Sajama Walking


The Sajama Mountain
on the way to the Sajama Village
The Church in Sajama
and in front ins the main place
there are a lot in Sajama
The Sajama Mountain in the Sun
at the evening there is a beautiful sun set
The Parinacota and Pomerape Volcanos
at the observe of the Sajama Mountain
The Pomerape with a Lama Herdin the front
we are walking through wide open landscapes
Hot Pots
maybe we boil eggs in it for the demosntation
And hot Fountains
at the sun rise they are very active
The Sajama Vulcan
in hole bright
another camel kind like the Lamas
More Lamas
this is here natural hibtat
The hot Pots
from far away
Sun Rise in the Desert
without any words

Sajama National Park is situated in the southwestern part of Oruro  Departamento in the Province of Sajama. It borders on the departamento of La Paz important volcanic cones, like Mount Sajama and the Payachatas are located in the park, together with several lagoons and high lying Andean marshes, where hardy and silicified grasses and a variety of roseta-shaped plantas are to be found. High lying Andean lagoons, thermal springs and coveted mountain climbing trails. The queñua forests are of particular scientific interest because of their unique location at this altitude.

Program 3 days / 2 nights
Available throughout the year

Day 1: La Paz – Sajama
Departure from the hotel at 8 a.m. by private transportation. Drive across the “Altiplano” to the entrance of Sajama National Park (5hrs drive) through the small town of Curahuara de Carangas with its colonial church and its rich colors (perfectly preserved frescoes). Along the way, we find “chullpas” (burial tombs), nowadays empty after steady pillaging. We enter the Park through a trail leading to the small village of Sajama. Abundant and varied fauna: alpacas, vicuñas, ñandus (animal close to the ostrich, also called rhea or American ostrich) if conditions allow. Accommodation at small lodge and dinner, later we’ll walk around the K’eñua forest, the highest tree-line in the world. (L, D)

Day 2: Sajama – Geysers – Hot Spring - Sajama
In the morning, we go by car to the geysers. This area is particularly active and offers a unique sight of boiling pools within a few hundred square meters. For the fun of it, we can look eggs in this slightly sulfuric water. Eventually pink flamingos as we go along Huaña Khota to look for birds such as Speckled Teal, Crested Duck,  Andean Coot, Andean Lapwing, Flamingos, Puna plover, Andean Negrito, Andean Flickers, Andean Gull, Puna Teal, Andean Ibis, some migratory plovers and sandpipers. To reach the hot spring at the foot of the Sajama Volcano. Lunch along the road. Accommodation at basic Lodge (B, L, D)

Day 3: Sajama – La Paz 
After breakfast return to La Paz enjoying the singular landscape of the area. There will also be opportunities to see populations of wild vicuñas, a relative of the llama which has been hunted to the verge of extinction due to is highly prized wool (B, L)


Here we are

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