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TIWANAKU TOUR (PRE-INKA CULTURE)

The Tiwanaku archeological complex is one of the oldest known historical sites in South America.  The Tiwanaku civilization, 1500 years older than the Incan Empire, is filled with mystical beliefs and mind (and stone)-bending architecture that will transport you to days that have long been gone.  This tour is a MUST for any fan of history, archeology and legends from lost worlds Hotel pickup begins the tour between 08:00 – 08:45am dierctly from the travelers front door.  From there an asphalt road is taken to Tiawanaku, located 72km from the city of La Paz.  Included in the tour is a visit to the ‘Stone and Ceramic Museum’ where more than 3,500 archaeological pieces that have been found across excavation sites can be found.  A wide array of ceramics, metals and stones can be explored as well as bonework, leather and textiles. Also included in the Tiwanaku Archaeological site is the main ceremonial center ‘The Pyramid of Akapana which was designated for religious ceremonies and astrological exploration.  The Semi-Subterranean Temple is a rectangular wonder that enshrine head carvings with facial features from various ethnicities. The Temple of Kalasasaya or Temple of the Closed Stones is the largest of all the temples while the  Sun Door is the most recognizable and distinguishing monument as the image of the "Sun God or Lord of the staffs" stands out while surrounding this figure are 48 winged beings and kneeling men in low relief. The final site to be visited is Pumapunku.  It is highlighted by the impeccable handling of the lithic material, immense blocks of sculpted stone well. The guided tour of the ruins last for approximately 2 and a half hours.  After the tour of the ruins we will enjoy a typical Andean lunch and then return to La Paz, arriving at around 4:30 p.m.

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TIWANAKU TOUR (PRE-INKA CULTURE)

The Tiwanaku archeological complex is one of the oldest known historical sites in South America.  The Tiwanaku civilization, 1500 years older than the Incan Empire, is filled with mystical beliefs and mind (and stone)-bending architecture that will transport you to days that have long been gone.  This tour is a MUST for any fan of history, archeology and legends from lost worlds Hotel pickup begins the tour between 08:00 – 08:45am dierctly from the travelers front door.  From there an asphalt road is taken to Tiawanaku, located 72km from the city of La Paz.  Included in the tour is a visit to the ‘Stone and Ceramic Museum’ where more than 3,500 archaeological pieces that have been found across excavation sites can be found.  A wide array of ceramics, metals and stones can be explored as well as bonework, leather and textiles. Also included in the Tiwanaku Archaeological site is the main ceremonial center ‘The Pyramid of Akapana which was designated for religious ceremonies and astrological exploration.  The Semi-Subterranean Temple is a rectangular wonder that enshrine head carvings with facial features from various ethnicities. The Temple of Kalasasaya or Temple of the Closed Stones is the largest of all the temples while the  Sun Door is the most recognizable and distinguishing monument as the image of the "Sun God or Lord of the staffs" stands out while surrounding this figure are 48 winged beings and kneeling men in low relief. The final site to be visited is Pumapunku.  It is highlighted by the impeccable handling of the lithic material, immense blocks of sculpted stone well. The guided tour of the ruins last for approximately 2 and a half hours.  After the tour of the ruins we will enjoy a typical Andean lunch and then return to La Paz, arriving at around 4:30 p.m.

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5.5hours
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5days
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TIWANAKU TOUR (PRE-INKA CULTURE)

The Tiwanaku archeological complex is one of the oldest known historical sites in South America.  The Tiwanaku civilization, 1500 years older than the Incan Empire, is filled with mystical beliefs and mind (and stone)-bending architecture that will transport you to days that have long been gone.  This tour is a MUST for any fan of history, archeology and legends from lost worlds Hotel pickup begins the tour between 08:00 – 08:45am dierctly from the travelers front door.  From there an asphalt road is taken to Tiawanaku, located 72km from the city of La Paz.  Included in the tour is a visit to the ‘Stone and Ceramic Museum’ where more than 3,500 archaeological pieces that have been found across excavation sites can be found.  A wide array of ceramics, metals and stones can be explored as well as bonework, leather and textiles. Also included in the Tiwanaku Archaeological site is the main ceremonial center ‘The Pyramid of Akapana which was designated for religious ceremonies and astrological exploration.  The Semi-Subterranean Temple is a rectangular wonder that enshrine head carvings with facial features from various ethnicities. The Temple of Kalasasaya or Temple of the Closed Stones is the largest of all the temples while the  Sun Door is the most recognizable and distinguishing monument as the image of the "Sun God or Lord of the staffs" stands out while surrounding this figure are 48 winged beings and kneeling men in low relief. The final site to be visited is Pumapunku.  It is highlighted by the impeccable handling of the lithic material, immense blocks of sculpted stone well. The guided tour of the ruins last for approximately 2 and a half hours.  After the tour of the ruins we will enjoy a typical Andean lunch and then return to La Paz, arriving at around 4:30 p.m.

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