The O Circuit Trek in Torres del Paine, Patagonia is likely among the most well-known treks in the world. The O Trek is challenging, but with a little preparation, it’s quite possible to hike on your own, self-guided. Read on for our complete guide to hiking the O Circuit in Patagonia.
One of the most popular tours from Arequipa is the Colca Canyon trek. The Colca Canyon hike can be done quite easily unguided or guided with a tour group. It’s quite popular to visit as a day trip, a 2 day tour, or a 3 day trek. The Colca Canyon in Peru is a beautiful natural wonder that needs to be on your bucket list and this post is a complete guide with everything you need to know about trekking the Colca Canyon from Arequipa. Read on for more information!
It’s been a while since our last RTW update about travelling through Peru so here is our post about what to do in Bolivia. The country blew us away with its diversity, amazing natural scenery, and super fun adventurous pursuits. We made friends with parrots and coatis at a wildlife sanctuary, hiked to our highest height yet, played with perspective on the world’s largest salt flats, and survived the famous death road among other exciting things. Bolivia is an incredible place to visit and somewhere we would love to explore again.
Bolivia’s Cordillera Real (or royal range) is an unrivalled destination for trekking in South America and exploring this mountain range is one of the best things to do in Bolivia. We spent 8 days hiking in Bolivia and finished our trek by climbing Huayna Potosi
The 125km Andean mountain range rises to the southeast of Lake Titicaca and some of its glaciated peaks can be seen from Bolivia’s exciting capital La Paz. If you’re looking for some high altitude fun without the crowds seen in other parts of South America, the Cordillera Real are for you.
La Paz, Bolivia’s administrative capital is a fascinating place. Many people use it as the starting point for a trip to the world-reknowned Uyuni Salt Flats or a thrilling trip down the famous “death road”. The city has a way of doing everything it’s own way and with it’s own unique character. Whether watching the ladies at Cholita’s wrestling fly, getting a bird’s eye view of the city from its one of a kind network of cable cars that soar above, or losing yourself in Mercado Lanza’s winding halls, La Paz is a delight to discover. Read on for our recommendations on the best things to do in La Paz, Bolivia.
When travelling in Peru you will undoubtedly come across a Peru Hop bus. They are one of the biggest names in the tourist transportation game and one of the most popular ways for travellers to get around the country. Lesser known is Bolivia Hop which is operated by the same group and offers a link between Peru and Bolivia by providing transportation between Arequipa, Puno, Copacabana, and La Paz.
Many people blast past Arequipa while travelling from Cusco to Lake Titicaca and miss out on the White City’s immeasurable charms. Indeed there are lots of great things to do in Arequipa and visiting Arequipa should be on your Peru itinerary. We’ve put together a guide listing some of our favourite day trips from Arequipa and things to do in the city that will hopefully help you to plan an itinerary in the Arequipa region!