Bolivia & Argentina Highland Adventure

  • Explore La Paz, both ancient and modern, from the Church of San Francisco, circa 1549, one of the finest examples of colonial religious architecture in South America, to the Indian Market and the Witch Market
  • Discover Lake Titicaca beyond the tourism spots to take in the villages along the shore such as Copacabana, once an outpost of Inca occupation,  and Isla del Sol, with its Temple Pilkokaina Holy Steps
  • Engage with the Salar de Uyuni, the world’s largest salt flats with vast, flat expanses of glistening white salt
  • Investigate the city of Salta, one of the oldest cities in Argentina founded in 1582 by the Spanish, who intended the settlement to be an outpost between Lima, Peru and Buenos Aires
  • Travel the amazing landscapes of the Calchaqui Valleys to Cafayate, an unexpected treasure for wine lovers with some of the world’s highest vineyards that produce Malbec, Cabernet Sauvignon and, of course, Torrontes, the only wine grape variety produced solely in Argentina