Missoula, Montana (PRWEB) January 17, 2014
Adventure Life announced two new hiking tours in Bolivia. Leaders in private journeys worldwide, Adventure Life continues to design itineraries that appeal to both the active boomer travelers and the young hiking enthusiasts in culturally rich destinations worldwide.
“We've developed these trips as a result of the demand from our repeat travelers who have already hiked with us in Peru, Ecuador and Patagonia and now want something fresh,” said Jonathan Brunger, general manager at Adventure Life. “Bolivia is one of those lesser known gems in South America just waiting to be discovered.”
The Cordillera Real hikes in one of the most impressive parts of the Andes Mountains and offers hikers remarkable views of glacial peaks. The 5-day trek is combined with visits to Moon Valley near La Paz and the Tihuanaco ruins to give a full Bolivia tour experience. See more details here: http://www.adventure-life.com/tours/cordillera-real-trekking-3842/
On the 3-day Choro Trek, hikers walk on an ancient cobblestone Inca trail through a pristine landscape of glaciers and waterfalls. Hikers learn about the history of the Incan Empire and its presence in Bolivia on this challenging high-altitude Andean trek. See more details here: http://www.adventure-life.com/tours/choro-trek-3549/.
“We pride ourselves on creating new trekking tours in off-the-beaten-path destinations, like Bolivia, that also offer a rich cultural experience,” continued Brunger, “It’s what makes Adventure Life such a great resource to hikers looking for that extra Wow! experience.”
In addition to visits to the famous Tiahuanaco ruins, Brunger shared that many travelers also choose to include time in the Salar de Uyuni (or Uyuni Salt Desert) while traveling in Bolivia.