On this tour, excursion you will see and discover the various stages of Bolivia’s past. From the Mesozoic era with the appearance of the dinosaurs and giant mammals until the Colonial Era.
Tarija is located in a beautiful and wide valley that has a pleasant climate, abundant fruit and delicious food all year round. Tarija is known as “The City of Flowers”, an ideal destination for visitors who seek to enjoy places with great vegetation, historical and cultural sites, and also to taste the delicious Wines and Singanis.
|Duration: 3 days
|Altitude: 3.399 m.o.s.l.
|Season: All year
Day 1: Arrival Tarija – Walk through the city – Peña Folklórica (A)
Reception by our representative at the Tarija airport, then transfer to the selected hotel, Is better the morning flight. Our representative will assist you, for take you to the hotel.
At the right time we will take you to a very good restaurant for lunch. In the afternoon we will get to know Tarija through its history and culture.
Then you will visit to the most relevant places in the city such as: “La Casa Dorada”, we will pass through the main square “Luis de Fuentes”, we will also take you a tour of the Mirador de los Sueños “La Copa del Vino or El mirador de los Héroes ̈ You will walk through green areas and viewpoints that characterize the city so much, which will allow us to discover its wide and elegant avenues that border the poetic Guadalquivir River. Then return to the hotel.
At night we will take you to visit a bohemian, authentic place with exceptional decoration and the best musicians, who will play cuecas, zambas, chacareras, to spend an unforgettable evening. Then you return to the Hotel.
* The visit to the peña foklorica , depending on the day the visit begins.
Overnight in Tarija.
Day 2: San Jacinto – Vineyards – Old House (D)
After Breakfast, you will visit the San Jacinto. An attraction of great importance for its high-tech infrastructure. You go to walk along the shores of the lagoon, to appreciate the beautiful panoramic view of the region in turn taste the fish varieties offered by the dam such as: Misquinchitos, Carpas, Doraditos, Churumas, Cangrejitos, etc.
Passengers will have time for lunch on their own. In the afternoon, we continue with the walk to the wineries and vineyards: The intoxicating beauty of the Wine Route in the Tarija Valley, sees the grapes grow with which the wines considered among the highest in the world are produced.
Then we go to visit the modern facilities of the “Campos de Solana” winery. There you we will know in detail the process of making the famous high altitude wines, caos t
Continuing with our route we go to visit 15:30 Hrs. the Singanis Winery “Casa Real”, Singanis of Grape Spirits of recognized national and international fame.
Then, later you go to visit one of our most impressive natural attractions, the narrow natural La Angostura Canyon that is located between rock formations and where it gives rise to the confluence of the Guadalquivir and Camacho Rivers.
Then we go to the Valley of La Concepción to visit “La Casa Vieja- old house”, a mysterious winery that keeps the detail of its wines that make Tarija proud.
Wine tasting with the music of Tarija. Then, return to the hotel.
Overnight in Tarija.
Day 3: San Lorenzo – Moto Mendez Monument – Coimata – Transfer to the Airport (D)
After breakfast, you begin the tours to the Chapaca Countryside: Visit to the Town of San Lorenzo, where the culture, folklore and tradition of the Chapaco Man are born.
Later we go to visit or observe from the outskirts the Eustaquio Méndez “El Moto” house, now converted into a National Museum, a tour of the church and the market for the typical blanched donuts and pies.
Continuing with the excursion tour, we will arrive at “Coimata”, a place of singular natural beauty, where you can enjoy the peaceful climate, of the Tarijeño Valley, enjoy its crystalline waters, walks along its trails to appreciate its different waterfalls that this beautiful attraction has. Then we will transfer you directly to the airport, for you take your flight back, for your next destination.
Important: The hours of the tours will be reconfirmed at the destination.
For the development, to do this program, a minimum of 2 Pax is required.
Group Transportation 4 × 4
Guide / Specialized Driver.
Meals mentioned in the Program.
THE TOUR DOES NOT INCLUDE
National or international air tickets.
Services not detailed in the program.
Tips and others.
All rates for our Packages to Bolivia are expressed in US dollars (optional for currency exchange) and are programmed per person.
The rates valid for Peruvians only include IGV
All our rates are subject to availability and changes.
Children under 02 years and 11 months are considered INF (babies), do not pay any service and do not have the right to food, bed or seat on the tours.
DCC (child) is considered a child from 03 to 10 years and 11 months, has a special rate and shares a room with parents.
Children over 11 years old considered adults.
Minors must travel with an identity document.
Rates do not apply to holidays, Easter, long weekends, national holidays, Christmas or New Years.
In the extreme south of Bolivia, between beautiful mountain ranges and crossed by rivers of crystalline waters, is the beautiful and peaceful Tarija.
This amazing region is characterized by its traditions, its music, its exquisite food and the simplicity of its inhabitants.
Where are the vineyards in Tarija?
In the valleys of Santa Ana in Concepción are the most important wineries of the Tarijeño Valley, among which we can mention Campos de Solana, the National Wine Center, Kohlberg, Casa Real and Concepción.
In these wineries you can visit, see the vineyards and the facilities in order to learn about the art of making the delicious wines and singanis that characterize this land.
What is the richest wine in Bolivia?
The Cepas de Altura Cabernet Sauvignon from the Bolivian Winery La Concepción (Tarija) obtained 92 points in the Decanter World Wine Awards, in London 2020, considered the largest and most prestigious wine competition in the world Casa Vinicola El Potro.
These places are best for wineries and vineyards in Tarija: La Casa Vieja. Campos de Solana Winery. Bodega Aranjuez 1976.
What wines are there in Tarija?
Juan Cruz de Aranjuez.
Tanat of Aranjuez.
Syrah of Kolberg.
Trivarietal of Campos de Solana.
Reserva Chardonnay 2015 from La Concepción.
What is the Tarija Wine Route?
The wine route is a fun walk, where the wine production process is known, the most famous wineries are known and you can have a good wine, on the walk you can see beautiful landscapes and inside the wineries you have a great time.
What is a wine strain?
The vine is the trunk of the vine (plant) from which the shoots or branches, the leaves and the fruits sprout. Now, it is common to hear about the Cabernet Sauvignon, Carmenere, Merlot, Etc. The truth of things is that wine varieties are also known as vinification strains.
Moto Méndez Monument
It corresponds to the house in which the famous guerrilla or hero of independence, Colonel Eustaquio Méndez Arenas, lived. Currently declared a National Monument, a historical museum is installed in its premises.
Why is it called Moto Méndez?
Méndez is a great Tarijeño hero. Nowadays, what was his house, in San Lorenzo, is a museum much visited by local tourists. He came from a Creole family of landowners. He lost his arm in an accident, which is why he was nicknamed “Moto”, which means one-armed.
When was Moto Méndez born?
Eustaquio Méndez Arenas, known as “Moto Méndez” for having only one arm, was born in Churquihuayco, San Lorenzo (Tarija), in September 1784.
We have price alternatives that accommodate all budgets, prices per person, expressed in US Dollars.
Make your quotes and reservations by email [email protected], you can also communicate with one of our sales executives at the telephones detailed below, we will be happy to assist you.
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HOW TO BOOK THE TOUR?
To start the reservation process, please send us the following information:
- Name and surname:
- Passport number:
- Date of Birth:
- Very important – We need the address and information about the hotel that you are staying at, in the city of Tarija, to be able to pick you up at the time when the tour starts.
To confirm reservations it is required to pay 50% in advance and the other 50% can be paid upon arrival at your destination.
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