Duration: 2 Days
Transportation: Private
Group size: 2-12 max
Difficulty: 4 – Moderate walking, Climbing
Departure Place: La Paz City
Destiny: Parinacota
Altitude: 6332 m.a.s.l.
Availability: Year Round



PARINACOTA 6332 m.a.s.l.

The Parinacota (6332 m.a.s.l.) is a volcano with a crater in its summit. From the top you can enjoy the elegant landscapes and see immense volcanic pyramids within the Sajama National Park.

Is located northwest at the department of Oruro, in the Sajama province. The area adjoins with the department of La Paz and the border of Chile, its heights go from 4.000 and 6.542 meters.

You will be able to experience a diversified flora and fauna: The queñuas Woods (trees that grow in the highest altitude in the world), elegant vicuñas, llamas, alpacas, suris, and with some luck andean wild cats, pumas and condor.

Besides all this, there is a geyser chain (boling slopes), place where you’ll can watch boiling water coming out of the ground and termal waters in open air, both product of the volcanic activity underground.

Day 1 ■LA PAZ – SAJAMA VILLAGE (4200 m.a.s.l.)

Departure from the hotel to cross the Altiplano (the high plateau) early in the morning.

On our way we will make a stop in Curahuara de Carangas village, where we will visit the colonial church known as “Capilla Sixtina del Altiplano” (Chapell sixteen of the high plateau). We will arrive at Sajama village around the afternoon.

Night at the hostel.

Day 2 ■SAJAMA VILLAGE – PARINACOTA SUMMIT (6332 m.a.s.l.) – SAJAMA VILLAGE (4200 m.a.s.l.) – LA PAZ (3600 m.a.s.l.)

We will leave Sajama village early in the morning to go to Parinacota’s high camp. The climb will begin from the gap that divides the Payachatas. We will gain height through a zig-zag trail.

The mountain arises as a continuous slope until the summit. The descent will be through the same way or a more direct trail (depending on the conditions) to the base camp where the car will be waiting for us to go back to Sajama village and Return to La Paz city.

What type of shoe i need?

you need comfortable walking shoes. Your feet will appreciate.

Is this tour for me?

Of course if you want to travel. The perfect match if you’re planning to visit Bolivia’s most popular destination.

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Private transportation to and from the climb
Qualified mountain guide, Spanish-speaking
Equipment – climbing boots, crampons, ice axe, mountain jacket and trousers, harness, rope etc.
Meals and accommodation in refuges – both low camp and high camp in refuges
Souvenir poster (collect from out office quoting your booking number)

Not Included

Head torch (one can be provided if you supply batteries though)
Sleeping bag (quality mountain sleeping bags can be rented from us – a basic one can be provided free upon request, whereas a -18c mountain sleeping bag can be rented from us for 10$ plus deposit for value of bag)
Thermal under trousers (optional), fleece jacket and thermal upper body wear
Water (2 to 4 liters – refills available in refuges), chocolate or high calorie sweets /snacks
Warm gloves for wearing inside mountain gloves, warm hat


Sunglasses, sun cream and lip balm – essential
*Travel insurance –recommended

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