Atractivos turísticos en Tarija, Bolivia

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Los lugares turísticos más populares en Bolivia

  • Salar de Uyuni

    El Salar de Uyuni en Bolivia se formó por la desaparición de un océano interior que cubría la mayor parte del Altiplano y se extendía hasta el lago Titicaca. Es una experiencia extraordinaria cruzar este lago de sal en automóvil.

  • Lago Titicaca

    El Lago Titicaca es el lago navegable más alto del mundo con una altura promedio de 3,810 metros sobre el nivel del mar. El Lago Titicaca es una gran atracción turística para los amantes de la naturaleza.

  • La ciudad de La Paz

    La Paz es la capital administrativa de Bolivia. La altitud de la ciudad varía desde aproximadamente 4058 metros (13,313 pies) sobre el nivel del mar en El Alto (donde se encuentra el aeropuerto) hasta 3100 metros (10,170 pies) en la zona residencial más baja. Es la capital nacional más alta del mundo.

  • Camino de la Muerte

    Conoce el Camino de la Muerte, una carretera que conecta La Paz, capital de Bolivia, con la región de los Yungas, un sendero que, en las últimas décadas, se ha ganado la fama del camino más mortal del planeta.

  • Carnaval de Oruro

    El Carnaval de Oruro se celebra como un signo de devoción a la Virgen de Socavon. El Carnaval de Oruro es uno de los mayores eventos culturales y festividades en Bolivia y América Latina.

  • Rurrenabaque

    Rurrenabaque (o simplemente Rurre) es un pueblo pequeño (población 15,000) a orillas del Río Beni en la cuenca amazónica boliviana. Los viajes a la jungla en el cercano Parque Nacional Madidi son las principales atracciones.

  • Tiwanaku

    Las ruinas de Tiwanaku se encuentran cerca de la orilla sureste del lago Titicaca, a unos 72 km (44 millas) al oeste de La Paz, Bolivia. Tiwanaku es un sitio reconocido como Patrimonio de la Humanidad.

  • Minas de Plata

    Una de las principales atracciones turísticas de Potosí en Bolivia es el Cerro Rico. Desde las profundidades de esta increíble montaña, se han extraído grandes cantidades de plata desde 1545.

  • Copacabana

    Copacabana es un pequeño pueblo ubicado en la costa boliviana del lago Titicaca. Este es el Copacabana original y un popular destino turístico para viajeros.

  • Parque Nacional Apolobamba

    El Parque Nacional Apolobamba se encuentra al oeste de La Paz, Bolivia y tiene una belleza escénica fantástica debido a las altas montañas cubiertas de nieve: Akamani, Presidente y Katantika.

  • Parque Nacional Cotapata

    El Parque Nacional Cotapata se encuentra al noreste de La Paz, Bolivia. Una de sus mayores atracciones es la ruta precolombina de Chucura o Choro o Camino Inca.

  • Parque Nacional Madidi

    El Parque Nacional Madidi se encuentra al noreste de La Paz, Bolivia. Madidi es el área protegida con la mayor diversidad de flora: de 5,000 a 6,000 especies.

  • Parque Nacional Noel Kempf Mercado

    El Parque Nacional Noel Kempf Mercado en Santa Cruz, Bolivia ha sido declarado Patrimonio Natural de la Humanidad por la UNESCO. El parque Noel Kempf Mercado presenta una belleza escénica excepcional gracias a grandes farallones y cascadas de la meseta de Caparu.

  • Isla del Sol

    La Isla del Sol se encuentra en el extremo noroeste de la península de Copacabana, Bolivia. La Isla del Sol tiene varios monumentos antiguos: el Palacio Pilkokaina y el Chinkana o Laberinto, La Escalera de los Incas, la Fuente Sagrada de la Juventud y las Terrazas de los Incas.

  • Parque Nacional Sajama

    El Parque Nacional Sajama se encuentra al noroeste de Oruro, Bolivia. Cuenta con la imponente montaña nevada de Sajama, lagunas altoandinas, aguas termales y rutas de andinismo.

  • Yungas

    La región de Yungas se encuentra a casi tres horas de La Paz, Bolivia. El paisaje es una combinación de laderas verdes, precipicios, ríos, cascadas y vegetación moderada.

  • Pueblo de Uyuni

    Uyuni en Bolivia es una pequeña ciudad situada en el medio de la nada. El turismo es su principal fuente de prosperidad gracias al Salar de Uyuni, el mayor del mundo.

  • Cementerio de Trenes

    La primera línea férrea en Bolivia fue Uyuni-Antofagasta e inicio trabajos el año 1899 y construida por ingenieros británicos quienes arribaron a Uyuni cerca del final del siglo XIX formando la pequeña comunidad de Uyuni.

  • Misiones Jesuíticas

    Las misiones jesuíticas en Bolivia se han mantenido intactas e incluso después de cientos de años siguen maravillando a los visitantes. Están ubicados en las tierras bajas orientales de Santa Cruz, Bolivia, a unas 6 horas de la ciudad.

  • Chacaltaya

    En lo alto de los Andes, lejos del ajetreo y el bullicio de La Paz, se encuentra una estación de esquí hermosa pero misteriosa, una vez famosa por ser la pista de esquí de más alto rendimiento en el mundo.

Destinos por ciudad

Destinos Turísticos en Tarija

  1. Sama Mountain Range

    Sama Mountain Range
    Tarija

    The Sama Mountain Range reserve offers one of the best touristy experiences in Bolivia highlands, the area has lagoons, dunes, archeological remains, cave paintings, and one of the best preserved inca pre columbian trails of Southamerica.


  2. Tariquia Flora and Fauna Reserve

    Tariquia Flora and Fauna Reserve
    Tarija

    Tariquia Flora and Fauna Reserve is located to the Southeast of Tarija (South of Entre Rios town), and is close to the border with Argentina. Tariquia is the only area of Bolivia that protects well conserved examples of the Forest of the Tucumano - Bolivian Yungas.


  3. Casa Dorada

    Casa Dorada
    Tarija

    The Casa Dorada (Golden House) has as one of its main features its highly symmetrical design. The front resembles a single tile made of several columns. The top portion has window openings with a semicircular groined arch atop of each one


  4. The Observatory

    The Observatory
    Tarija

    The observatory has modern and powerful telescopes where the visitor can observe planets, constellations and appreciate different phenomena like eclipses, comets and others. It belongs to the Science Academy of Bolivia.


  5. El Molino

    El Molino
    Tarija

    Located in the neighborhood of the same name, the mill preserves its colonial aspects. Here the Virgen del Rosario Festivity is held.


  6. Las Americas Avenue

    Las Americas Avenue
    Tarija

    The Las Americas Avenue offers an extensive and beautiful stroll. Located at the side of the Guadalquivir River, it surrounds the southern part of the city.


  7. Paleantology Museum of Tarija

    Paleantology Museum of Tarija
    Tarija

    The museum is open since 1940. It presents 700 pieces in its exhibitions. 505 of these pieces belong to mammals whose fossils have been found in the Quaternary Cave of Tarija and 195 pieces belong to spineless fossils from the Paleozoic era. The archaeological section has 5,000 pieces which are conformed by lithic and ceramic pieces, arrows tips, mugs, darts and others.


  8. House of Eustaquio Mendez

    House of Eustaquio Mendez
    Tarija

    The House of Eustaquio Mendez works as a museum sice September 1966, exhibiting personal objects that belonged to the guerilla leader Jose Eustaquio Mendez and other relics of the War of Independence.


  9. San Francisco Church

    San Francisco Church
    Tarija

    Construction of the San Francisco Church began in the 17th century, although its current facade corresponds to the 18th century. In 1610, people responsible for the temple headed the foundation of La Cofradia de Nuestra Señora de la Visitacion, composed by the freed black slaves residing in the city.


  10. San Francisco Museum

    San Francisco Museum
    Tarija

    The San Francisco Museum is a repository that works since 1978 in San Francisco's Convent. It exhibits samples of colonial, religious and republican art.


  11. Metropolitan Cathedral of Tarija

    Metropolitan Cathedral of Tarija
    Tarija

    The Metropolitan Cathedral of Tarija was built in 1810 by the Jesuits and declared a cathedral in 1925. At present, it runs a public school and in its interiors it harbors the Cathedral Museum that displays valuable objects such as oil paintings, silver work and gold chalices with stone inlays.


  12. San Roque Church

    San Roque Church
    Tarija

    Iglesia de San Roque (the Church of San Roque) is built on wooden pitches, disposed in forms of columns. The temple has three wooden vessels in wooden and external eaves. The roof of tiles rests on a hurdle lattice. The church was remodeled in the second half of the nineteenth century by the Argentine architect Bustamante.


  13. San Juan Church

    San Juan Church
    Tarija

    The San Juan Church was founded in 1632. The surrender of the Spaniards was signed here, and so the victory of the National Liberation Army was enacted, after the battle of La Tablada in April 1817. It is located in the area of the same name from which visitors can appreciate a panoramic view of the city.


  14. Franciscan Library

    Franciscan Library
    Tarija

    With a total number of 17.000 books, the Library of the Franciscan Convent has become one of the most important academic reference centers for students and researches alike. Even though one of the oldest volumes was edited in 1501, the hard covers (most of which are made of goat skin) are still in good shape, and the actual art of the books themselves is just amazing.


  15. Tomatas

    Tomatas
    Tarija

    Tomatas is a natural bathing resort located 5 Km. from the city of Tarija. Its beaches are bathed by waters from the Guadalquivir and Erquis rivers. Tomatas has a suspension bridge over it and a small park with a forest in it, a perfect site for an unforgettable picnic.


  16. Rincon de la Victoria

    Rincon de la Victoria
    Tarija

    The Rincon de la Victoria is a paradisiacal vegetation spot located at 18 Km from the city. Being one of the main tourist attractions, it offers a close encounter with nature and its wonderful scenic views. Ideal for weekend trips and to spend a lovely weekend.


  17. San Lorenzo

    San Lorenzo
    Tarija

    Located at 16 Km from the city of Tarija, the town of San Lorenzo displays Spanish colonial styles, wood-carved balconies and stone-layered streets. In this town is the house of Eustaquio "Moto" Mendez, hero of Bolivia's fight for independence from the Spanish rule and a beautiful church with an archaeological style from 1709. The house is currently a museum.


  18. Villamontes

    Villamontes
    Tarija

    Villamontes is a Jungle town, its main attraction is sport fishing that is practiced in the Pilcomayo River during the whole year. Fishing is authorized only with fishhooks.


  19. Yacuiba

    Yacuiba
    Tarija

    Yacuiba is a border town with Argentina and it is an important urban center. Its vegetation and fauna are diverse. A large highway links Bolivia to Argentina. Every year the FESTIFRONT event is held in Yacuiba.


  20. Chorros de Jurina

    Chorros de Jurina
    Tarija

    At 40 meters of height, this natural beauty astonishes local residents and visitors alike. The water fall itself has a kind of mist formed from the water hitting the ground that is simply spectacular. Also, because of the particular angle of the mountains and the water fall, the water changes colors beautifully with the sunlight.


  21. La Tablada

    La Tablada
    Tarija

    La Tablada is a historical compound about 4 Km. from the city of Tarija. Here the last battle against the Spaniards was fought. It is considered to be a historical place where the valiant Montoneros, lead by commander "Moto Mendez", took part in an epic day contributing to the cause of freedom.The Rodeo Chapaco is celebrated on the fields of La Tablada.


  22. Padcaya

    Padcaya
    Tarija

    For those visitors who love archaeological investigations and adventure, we recommend visiting the town of Padcaya, located at 55 kilometers from Tarija. There visitors can find significant quantities of fossils and many other pieces that are worth examining and studying.


  23. Chaguaya

    Chaguaya
    Tarija

    Chaguaya is located 60 kilometers from the city of Tarija. Its main attraction is the Sanctuary of the Virgin of Chaguaya, a site which is visited by thousands of pilgrims between August 15 and September 15.


  24. Bermejo

    Bermejo
    Tarija

    Bermejo is a border town adjoining Aguas Blancas, Argentina.It is relaxing place in which it is possible to practice fishing. The "Festival Internacional del Lapacho" is held here. The main tourist attractions of the region are: El Chorro: A natural spa and El Cajon: Those who prefer adventure will find in "El Cajon" the best place for sport fishing.


  25. Entre Rios

    Entre Rios
    Tarija

    One of the main attractions of Entre Rios is its abundant and varied flora. It is the scenario for one of the most famous folkloric festivities in the department: the festivity of "La Virgen de Guadalupe".


  26. Coimata

    Coimata
    Tarija

    Located at 15 kilometers from the city of Tarija, Coimata is a natural attraction that has a water fall of crystalline water, which descends from two mountains. At the bottom of the fall, there is a pool that was formed naturally, and is a favorite among most visitors who enjoy its warm temperature.


  27. San Andres

    San Andres
    Tarija

    In addition to the many natural bathing resorts, there is the one from San Andres, at about 25 kilometers from Tarija. Surrounded by two rivers, this beautiful place welcomes more than five thousand visitors every year for its Annual Potato Fair.


  28. San Luis

    San Luis
    Tarija

    This is a trail located on the outskirts of the city of Tarija, at exactly seven kilometers from the center of Tarija. Thousands of visitors flock to San Luis, lured by the abundant and ornamental vegetation and the plantations filled with fruits and vegetables.


  29. San Jacinto Dam

    San Jacinto Dam
    Tarija

    San Jacinto dam is located at 7 kilometers from the city. There is an asphalted road leading to this site, which is perfect for long, relaxing walks, marathons and other competitions. The dam is also one of the main tourist attractions of Tarija and it is the perfect spot to practice a series of water sports, such as swimming, kayaking and fishing.


  30. Chaco Region

    Chaco Region
    Tarija

    Great part of the Chaco Region is conformed by immense plains that extend towards the south. It has rich wood forests and possesses important navigable rivers, such as the Pilcomayo River. Its fishing resources feed many human settlements, such as the Tobas and Matacos communities.


  31. Tolomosita Bathing Resort

    Tolomosita Bathing Resort
    Tarija

    The attractive geological formations contrast with the sun-baked beaches of the opposite shores of the Tolomosita and San Jacinto rivers, and it is only at seven kilometers from the city.



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