Welcome to the picture album of Chuquisaca department of Bolivia. Here you will find photographs of the main attractions in Chuquisaca that are visited by one or more Bolivian Experience tours. Some are not on a scheduled tour, but can be visited if you wish so. We can put together a tour just for you and your friends.
Chuquisaca department lies south-central Bolivia, lying partly on the central plateau, or Altiplano, and partly on the eastern slopes of the Andes; area 47,164 km² (18,210 sq mi); population (2000 est) 589,900. The capital is Sucre, which is also the constitutional capital of Bolivia. The western territory of Chuquisaca comprises of fertile valleys and lowlands. Agricultural products include wheat, maize, barley, groundnuts, grapes, peaches, apricots, and tobacco. On the western side of the department are mining areas, including the town of Uncia, Bolivia's principal producer of tin. The upper courses of the Pilcomayo and Pilaya rivers flow through the department. Chuquisacai borders upon Paraguay to the east, and the departments of Tarija to the south, Cochabamba to the north, Potosi to the west and Santa Cruz northwest.
If there is a site which you would like to visit and which is not listed here (or has no tour code associated with it), please do not hesitate to contact us, and we will let you know about the possible accessibility of the site with our tours.
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