Highlights of my Peru Bolivia Chile tour

By Marisol
The highlights of my trip across Chile, Bolivia and Peru in July/August 2012.

Favourite Hotel | Tierra Atacama

Best Service | Titilaka

Cosiest Hotel | Posada del Inca, Isla del Sol

Funkiest Hotel | Luna Salada

Most personalised Hotel | La Lune, Cusco

Loveliest Room | Awasi

Best food | This wasn’t exactly a foodie trip, but the best ice creams were at Alto Atacama (white chocolate and Chaniar) and Rosas Ice cream at Rinascimento Ice Cream Parlour in La Paz.

Most stunning views | 1) Lake Chalalan from highest Mirador, 2) Lake Titicaca from boat on the way to Isla del Sol

Best view from room | Titilaka

Most Memorable Moments | 1) View of Sucre from rooftop of San Felipe Neri; 2) Sunset in Uyuni; 3) Laguna Hedionda.

Best Experience | Fly fishing

Best guides| 1) Elias Alaka (Lagoons, Uyuni, Sucre and Potosi); 2) Alvaro Ibanez (fly fishing); 3) Paul Cripps (biking)

Best family guide | Mario from the Chalalan Lodge

Most Inspiring Person I met | Sonia Newhouse from Living Heart

Marisol has now completed her Peru Bolivia Chile tour. You can read all of her reports and see her photos: Sand, Salt, Sierra & Selva.

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