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Expedition Sajama Volcano, 13 Days

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Nevado Sajama is an extinct stratovolcano and the highest peak in Bolivia.

Embrace the thrill of Sajama in just 13 days! This concise program seamlessly integrates acclimatization with summit attempts, ideal for adventurers seeking a focused yet rewarding experience.

What's included

  • Hotel in La Paz and Sajama
  • Transfer IN/OUT La paz
  • Entrance fees to all attractions indicated in the program.
  • Acclimatization Tours
  • Camping: Good quality mountain tents (2 people per tent), mattresses, dining tent, kitchen tent, tables, chairs, dishes and kitchen utensils.
  • Meals: Breakfast, lunch and dinner (option for vegetarians or vegans).
  • Guide: Certified mountain guide (English or Spanish) for another language by request.
  • Cook: Trained cook to prepare varied and healthy dishes.
  • First aid kit.

Not included

  • International Flight.
  • Single room or tent supplement.
  • Required personal equipment.
  • Rescue costs or other costs due to the abandonment of the expedition. (Riding mule, pack mule, individual transfers, extra nights, meals, extra costs for changes in your flight ticket, personal porter service, etc.) – It is recommended to take a Travel Insurance to cover these expenses.
  • Personal expenses (tips, laundry, phone, drinks, satellite phone, internet access, showers and porters)
  • Extra nights in a hotel in case of early return to the city/ in case you don’t use the “spare days” and decide to descend to La Paz.
  • Meals and Drinks not specified in the itinerary. E.g.: Lunches and Dinners in La Paz.
  • Any other service not specifically mentioned as included in this document.


Sajama Normal Route

Upon arrival at the airport, you will be received and transferred to the Hotel.
Overnight Hotel.

H | | |

Full day tour Lake Tticaca.
Overnight Hotel.

H | B | |

Full Day Hike.
Overnight Hotel

H | B | L |

Hiking Time 2 hours.
Overnight Shelter

H | B | L | D

Hiking Time 8 hours
Overnight Shelter

| B | L | D

Hiking Time 12 hours.
Overnight Hotel

H | B | L |

Overnight Hotel

H | B | |

We’ve included this climbing in order to acclimatize better, and give you more chances to summit.
Overnight hotel

H | B | L | D

Overnight Campsite

| B | L | D

Overnight Hotel

H | B | L | D

Overnight Hotel

H | B | L | D

After breakfast at your hotel, one of our representatives will meet you at your hotel and take you to the airport for your journey home or on to your next destination.

– | B | – | –

The proposed itinerary can be changed due to weather conditions or other forced situations that put in risk the group security. The guides have the authority to change the program according to their criteria. These are to maximize the security and the summit chances. And they are based on our guides knowledge and experience.

B Breakfast | L Lunch | D Dinner | Tent | H Hotel


Good to Know

A deposit of 40% is required when booking this tour. The remaining balance will be charged 60 days prior departure. For any bookings within 60 days of departure, the full tour amount will be charged upon booking.

If you have payment problems or want to pay with other method please contact us.

Price estimation based on people in a double/triple room.

The hotels mentioned in the program are in the 3 * standard category. As your tour is custom-made, you may upgrade your hotel category contact us.

We advise to take out Travel Insurance to cover for any unforeseen circumstances. Peru Adventure Travel recommends World Nomads’ travel insurance.

Whether it’s a family retreat or a girls trip, you can surround yourself with a hand-picked crew and customize a tour that fits you all perfectly.

Departure dates: you or your group choose the best date according to convenience.

Quote this tour as private service

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  • PERU ADVENTURES TRAVEL, does not assume total responsibility in case of canceled trips as a result of acts of vandalism, strikes, wars, government actions, natural disasters or any other type of factor that prevents your trip.
  • PERU ADVENTURES TRAVEL, is not responsible for adverse situations that may happen to our clients, such as: loss of personal belongings, illnesses, accidents, physical or mental disabilities that may endanger the health or integrity of him or third parties during the expedition. Therefore, the Company will NOT recognize any expenses, claims or refunds for the aforementioned concepts.
  • PERU ADVENTURES TRAVEL does not assume additional expenses for changes in the itinerary due to health problems, mechanical problems, external conditions such as roads under maintenance, climatic problems or bad weather before and/or during the expedition.


  • Free cancellation up to 60 days prior departure, but the 40% deposit paid is non-refundable.
  • Loss of 100%, when the cancellation is made less than 60 days in advance.
  • In case of not attending or arriving late at the agreed time, there will be no refund of the deposit.
  • Lenses with solar filter.
  • Fresh and light clothing for the walk, warm for the cold parts and at night.
  • Waterproof clothing in case of rain.
  • Sun protection: Sunscreen, hat, etc.
  • Camera/Cellphone.
  • Personal documents.
  • Extra money for personal expenses.


  • 2 sinthetic/thermic t-shirts
  • 2 expedition Long Underwear, tops and bottoms. Polypropylene or Capilene, cotton blends are not acceptable.
  • 2 Fleece Jacket: Power strech and Primalof.
  • 2 Fleece Trousers: Light-weight pile. Could be an extra mid long underwear bottom. We suggested one primalof and other waterproof.
  • 1 Parka: Down parka with good hood. Expedition type; needs to fit over all insulation layers.
  • Expedition Jacket: Waterproof/ breathable. Good storm-proof mountain jacket with attached hood. We suggested: Gore-Tex.
  • Wind Expedition Pants: Waterproof/ breathable. We suggest: Gore-Tex. Full separating side zips required to allow for easy accessibility and effective ventilation.


  • First Layer Gloves: 2 pair light weight, pile or polypropylene.
  • Fleece and Waterproof Gloves: 1 pair for cold weather
  • Duvet Mittens: 1 pair.
  • Gore-Tex’s over mitts: Recommend “tough-tek” shell palms for better grip. Suggested: Outdoor Research Alti Mitts.Could be down or synthetic big mittens for extremely low temperatures.
  • Hand warmers: for summit push (no direct contact with skin)


  • Sun hat: with good visor and white bandana for protecting neck.
  • Climbing Helmet. Certified.
  • Wool or pile ski hat.(Keep in mind that you must wear a helmet on it.)
  • Head lamp (LED). We suggest 800 lumens: Petzl / Black Diamond
  • Glacier glasses: Must have side covers. If you wear contacts or glasses, we recommend packing a spare pair of glasses; as well extra mountain sunglasses. We suggested: Category 4 or more (Julbo or Bolle).
  • Goggles: High mountain (Not Ski) We recommend it for snow storms.
  • Buff or similar.


  • Mountaineering Axe: General mountaineering tool (Not Technical Ice tool).
  • Crampons: Step-in bindings. We suggested: Charlet Moser Super 12 or Griven Air Tech (With protection bag). No Footfangs or Simond Scorpions or Grivel Rambo (because these are for technical icefall climbing)
  • Climbing Harness, 60cm Sling and two (2) Locking Carabiner. To use in case the guide requires it in places where it is necessary to reinforce security.
  • Trekking poles: 1 pair collapsible. Not for mountain running.


  • Backpack: Internal frame pack for at least 80lts. You must have ice axe haul loops
  • Daypack 45 lts. Optional but highly recommended. (No Quechua or Simmond)
  • Sleeping bag: Expedition quality. 1 kg. of down preferred. (0 to 20 F or -18 to -30 C°)
  • Ridge Rest sleeping pad. 1 full length foam.
  • Therma rest pad: 1 3/4 length with repair kit. Optional. We suggested reflective.
  • Dish, bowl, glass, knife, spoon and fork: Unbreakable set for high camps. (Suggested Plastic or else titanium)
  • Pocketknife: Swiss Army knife.
  • Water bottles: 1 one-liter wide-mouth water bottle, 1 one-liter stainless steel thermos.
  • Pee bottle: 1litre wide mouth water bottle. We recommend: Nalgene.
  • Pee Funnel (for women). Suggested: Freshets.
  • Sun screen: SPF 50 minimum.
  • Lip screen: SPF 50, at least 2 sticks.
  • Personal first aid kit. Simple and light. (Compeed, analgesic, disinfectant)


  • Mountain boots. Sinthetic boots suggested (less weight) Ex: La Sportiva Boulder X Mid, Scarpa, Millet, Bestard (NOT The North Face)
  • Climbing Boots:Double or triple plastic boots. With removable liner.It is very important have a warm and good boots able to fix crampons. We suggested: Scarpa phantom 8000, La Sportiva G2.
  • Lightweight Hiking Shoes for rest days at base camps. Ex: Salomon RX Slide 3.0 or similar.
  • Gaiters: Gore-Tex + Cordura. We suggested: Outdoor Research Crocodiles.
  • Wool socks. (3 pair) Cold weather socks. Expedition-weight wool or woolen blend.
  • Liner socks. 2 pair of smooth wool, nylon or polypropylene to be worn next to the skin. This reduces the incidence of blisters and hot-spots.
  • Sandals (During Aconcagua 360º Route you will be crossing shallow portions of streams, for which you can wear trekking shoes or sandals).


  • Large duffel bag with lock (120). For transporting gear by freight mules. Should be large enough to hold your fully packed internal frame pack inside as well as other equipment.
  • Smaller duffel with lock. (To store excess gear at Inka’s deposit in Penitentes.)
  • Plastic bags. To line stuff sacks to keep gear dry.
  • Travel clothes and extra clothes to use in a warm Mendoza
  • Toiletry bag.
  • Camera gear. Optional.

Need help or have a question about this tour?

Wil Bravo

Our travel expert, who specializes in Expeditions in South America, will personally tailor a high-end itinerary for you.
This will include guided tours designed to provide a fulfilling and enriching experience.

Languages: Espanish | English

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