We'll pick you up at your hotel or hostel in La Paz (11,975 feet above sea level) at the agreed-upon time and then set off in our private vehicle for Tuni Condoriri Lagoon. Mt Condoriri's name means Head of the Condor in Aymara, and this high-altitude lake is the principal source of water for La Paz. It will take us about two and a half hours to arrive at Tuni Condoriri, which is located at an altitude of 13,779 ft. Here, we'll meet up with our porters, whose llamas will be in charge of carrying the camping equipment. Beginning our trek, we'll ascend to an altitude to 15,157 ft and set up our first camp on the shores of breathtaking Chiara Khota Lagoon. We'll rest at the camp where we'll spend the night, having trekked for approximately 3 hours.011
The altitude can make the going difficult, which is why it's essential that before attempting this trek you spend a couple of days acclimating in La Paz.