Located near the southern shore of Lake Titicaca in Bolivia, the city of Tiwanaku (also spelled Tiahuanaco) was the capital of a powerful pre-Inca civilization that dominated the Andean region between 500 and 900 AD. The monumental remains of this great culture include several temples, a pyramid, symbolic gates, monoliths and mysterious carvings of alien-like faces. Arriving later, the Incas regarded Tiahuanaco as the site of creation by their god Viracocha, who rose from the depths of Lake Titicaca.
Visit the Bolivian most important archeological site, the pre-Inca ruins of Tiwanaku culture (1600 BC), where the monolith Bennet can be appreciated, the famous Gate of the Sun, the Kalasasaya temple, the Akapana pyramid, the semi-subterranean Temple, the lithic and ceramic museums.
7 hours approximately. (7:30 a.m. pickup – 8:00 a.m. departure – 2:30 p.m. end of service)
* Shared tour transportation
* Bilingual guide (English-Spanish)
* Entrance fees to Archaeological site and museums
* Buffet lunch at designated hotel.
What to bring recommendations:
* Sun glasses
* Comfy shoes
* Windbreaker or any other kind of jacket