Itinerary: 2 weeks Peru and Bolivia

Another trip, another continent. This time, we discovered South America for the first time and we were not disappointed. During our two week trip, we saw so many different landscapes: from colonial cities to beautiful mountain and volcano chains. It was not always easy as we had to fight against altitude sickness and cold nights but we were soon compensated by breathtaking landscapes, a special fauna with llamas and alpacas as well as unique places such as Machu Picchu and the Uyuni Salt Desert. Interesting in such a trip? This is our 2 week itinerary with the best of Peru and Bolivia.

Day 1: Flight to Lima

Day 2: Flight to Arequipa, visit of Arequipa

Day 3: From Arequipa to Chivay via Altiplano and Colca Valley

Day 4: Colca Canyon and its Condors, Puno

Day 5: Lake Titicaca, Socca and Uros islands

If you want to know more about how to best discover Lake Titicaca, also read our article Lake Titicaca: How to best visit the peruvian side

Day 6: Car transfer from Puno to La Paz (Bolivia), visit of La Paz, Flight to Uyuni in the evening.

Bolivia Salar de Uyuni
Salar Uyuni

Day 7: Jeep Expedition – Salar Uyuni

Day 8: Jeep Expedition – South Lipez

Day 9: Jeep Expedition – South Lipez, Flight to La Paz in the evening

If you are interested to know more about the Jeep Expedition to Salar de Uyuni, this is our article Salar de Uyuni: Jeep Expedition to Bolivia’s No Man’s land

Day 10: Flight to Cusco, visit of Cusco

Day 11: Rainbow Mountain hike

Day 12: Sacred Valley, Pisa and Ollantaytambo inca sites, train to Agua Calientes

Day 13: Machu Picchu including Machu Picchu Mountain hike

Peru Machu Picchu
Machu Picchu

Machu Picchu: Worth a visit or too crowded to enjoy?

Day 14: Salt fields, Moray inca site, Cusco

Day 15: Flight back home


You might also be interested in following blog posts:

Machu Picchu: Worth a visit or too crowded to enjoy?

Jeep Expedition in Bolivia’s No Man’s Land

Lake Titicaca: How to best enjoy the peruvian side

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