Bolivian Mountain Guides
Discover the Bolivian Mountains with us!
Due to a lack of accurate and updated information on trekking and climbing, Eduardo Mamani Q., a mountain guide with international certification (UIAGM / IFMGA) created this site where you will find all the information and assistance you require.
We specialize in high altitude, mountaineering, climbing and trekking expeditions in the Cordillera Real de los Andes – the mountain range surrounding La Paz, Bolivia. Our services are second to none, we boast a team of some of the finest, most knowledgeable, most experienced guides in the country together with only the highest quality technical equipment.
Whether you are looking for a tailor-made package for your visit to Bolivia or merely wish to ensure that your time on the mountain is organised with quality and expertise, you should take time to study our range of options – to enjoy the photos and videos if nothing else – and contact us with any further questions or to make a reservation.
SAJAMA (6.542 m.) – Brandon Fischer
It was not easy at all, the ascent to our high camp at an altitude of 5,750 m. and the next day we started very
Acotango-Parinacota-Sajama (7 days)
Acotango – Parinacota – Sajama (7 days) Sajama (6.542 m.) ITINERARY: Day 1.- LA PAZ – SAJAMA We depart early in the morning towards Sajama
Apolobamba II (Curva – Pelechuco) (7 days)
The Apolobamba mountain range is a little traveled path despite its natural beauty that combines a high plateau, valleys and snowy mountains. It is a
Trek Apolobamba Norte – Circuito de los lagos (8 days)
This is a new route between the border of Peru (30%) and Bolivia (70%). It is a beautiful trekking route through lagoons of different colors
Trek Apolobamba (Pelechuco – Charazani) (6 days)
Trek Apolobamba (Pelechuco – Charazani) (6 days) The Apolobamba mountain range is a path that is little-traveled despite its natural beauty, which combines a high
Trek Transcordillera (14 days)
Trek Transcordillera (14 days) «One of the most beautiful and complete trekking circuits in Bolivia is the one that crosses the Cordillera Real longitudinally. Beginning