"Walk along a section of the Choro Inca Trail, through an incredible variety of landforms, vegetation and altitude zones: from the Andean meadows to the 'Cloud forest' in the eastern Andes (home to the spectacled bear)"
Difficulty grade in TREK: MODERATE
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  Drive down to start of the trek (Juan Condori)  
  Riverside forest (J. Villarroel)  
  Cloudy forest in Yungas (J. Vilarroel)  
  Sandillani (J. Villarroel)  
  Traverse of pristine forest (J. Villarroel)  
  Walk down to humid forest in Coroico (J. Villarroel)  
Average daily trek: 6 hours

To join the many hamlets, towns and cities, the major pre-Columbian paved paths joining the key regions were supported by a network of hundreds of smaller tracks. The route of Sillutinkara is one of the myriad tracks that the Incas used to access the much larger Choro Trail, a major route which connects the glaciated mountains to the 'Cloud forest'.


DAY 1: TO SANDILLANI HILL. Car transfer and trek down to the 'Cloud forest' through incredible natural beauty. Lodge.

DAY 2: RETURN TO LA PAZ. Trek down to a humid forest and car transfer to Coroico and then on to La Paz.

BRING: Rain coat, light gloves, fleece jacket, sun glasses, head torch, sun block, sun hat, binoculars, vaccinations card, mosquito repellent, Malaria prophylaxis.