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An absolute must. Visitors to South America, and specifically the Andean Region, must pay a visit to this awesomely impressive archaeological site. It both stimulates the mind and fills the soul with wonder.
We had been very much interested in Tiwanaku and Pumapunku ruins in the past. In the past four visits our schedule did not allow us to come this far, but we finally had a chance to stop by, on Feb. 13, 2019 to see the...More
We took a taxi from La Paz to do a private tour. Not a lot of tourist come here so the site is not over run. Sit on the little ruin hill after a stroll and let the vista sink in as how this site...More
I loved Tiwanaku after reading about it for years. We were among only a few people there and the place is well worth the considerable effort, including hours of hassle at the border if you are from the USA.
It costs 100 bolivianos per person which is expensive in Bolivia and there's not a lot of things to see.... I'm really wondering where the money is going because the explanations are very short and don't really bring a plus, the place is bad maintained...More
Though not much is left standing, there's still enough to fire the imagination about the grandeur this site had. Huge, carved stele, interesting blocks with holes carved into them that were used as ancient megaphones, the temple with many faces carved into the walls and...More