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Located just at just 30 minutes drive from the capital, the Moon Valley is a collection of clay and sandstone spires which create a mini canyon. They took form many years ago thanks the harsh winds and rain of the area eroding what were once mountains, leaving behind this bizarre formation to which a rich mineral content lends a varied colour pallet, interspersed with several types of cacti. Two walkways have been created to help visitors explore the area, taking around an hour to complete, though caution is to be exercised in some narrow areas and uneven paths. 

Some of our favourite places to visit and things to do in La Paz
What to do in La Paz

Witches Market

The bizarre Witches Market is an intriguing sight and one of the strangest markets in Latin America.

Cable Cars

Glide over La Paz for a birds-eye view from the city's sophisticated public cable car system,

Copacabana & Sun Island

Head to Lake Titicaca to visit the birthplace of the Inca Empire and one of the country's most important churches.