The quiet town of Tupiza is located in the Potosí district of southern Bolivia. The surrounding area is characterized by a desert landscape with huge cacti and erratic eroded colored rock formations.

Tupiza and her surroundings breathe the atmosphere of the Wild West.

Beginning 1900, the two outlawed bandits Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid descended here.

You can go horseback riding around Tupiza, or do a day trip to explore the area.

You can also book a tour from Tupiza through N.P. Avaroa and over the famous salt plateau of the Salar de Uyuni, ending in Uyuni, or ending in San Pedro de Atacama in Chile.

Important notes:
Due to climate and road conditions, for all tours through the Salar de Uyuni routes may vary and can sometimes be changed without notice, reason for which details of the tours through the Salar de Uyuni are only for reference, and are not to be taken as an exact itinerary of what the tours implies.

For tours to and from San Pedro de Atacama, Chile, also is applicable: If due to climate and/or road conditions the border crossing between Bolivia/Chile at Hito Cajón is closed, the tour will be diverted to the border crossing at Ollagüe, if possible. This diversion brings extra costs with it that are not included in the tour and that have to be paid by the client on the spot.