Located at 13,000 feet over sea level, on the southern shores of Lake Titicaca, Tiwanaku is Bolivia’s premier archaeological site.  in Bolivia is a UNESCO world heritage site and is , Tiwanaku is by far the most influential society in pre-hispanic world, and their customs shaped the Inca and Wari civilizations. The site has over 1,600 years of history, and features a number of plazas, monumental statues, courtyards, and temples.

Background
At the heart of the Inca empire, the site's architecture, sculpture, roads, and empire management of Tiwanaku would exert a significant influence on the later Inca civilization. The Museo del Sitio de Tiwanaku displays artifacts excavated from the site.
Travel Season
year around
Duration
The site is about an hour and a half from central La Paz, so a day trip from the city is a common way to visit.
Booking info
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