Condor Trekkers is a nonprofit organization based in Sucre, Bolivia that offers trekking and city tours as a way to combat poverty in one of the world’s poorest nations.
Tour revenue will be invested in the communities through which visitors hike, as well as in several established social projects within Sucre.
Any day by appointment
Adults, Families, Professionals
English, Spanish, French
Tour will be cancelled or postponed in case of inclement weather
1 to 8
Easy (short walking distances, low or no physical effort)
Clothing & Equipment
Camera, Comfortable shoes for walking, Water
Let Condor Trekkers’ local guides give you a unique introduction to the beautiful city of Sucre! Discover the rich history of this charming UNESCO World Heritage City, considered the proud heart of the nation. Learn about the cultural and economic background of its inhabitants as you walk around the whitewashed colonial architecture. Get an authentic feel for daily life in Sucre with a trip to the Mercado Campesino, the city’s largest marketplace and most highly visited location. Visit Sucre’s most picturesque places, including the historic town center and the charming La Recoleta neighborhood, and take the perfect pictures to bring home. Knowledgeable guides will give you advice about which sites and activities not to miss and tell you stories you won’t find on the internet. Get to know the tastes, sounds, and faces of Sucre and fall in love with the city!
Calle Calvo #102, corner of Bolívar, Sucre, CQ, Bolivia (Plurinational State of)
To break the cycle of poverty in Bolivia by providing an alternative to reliance on subsidies from abroad, using the strength of the local market economies to create and share profits among communities.
Construction of a library.
Provision of a pump and water pipe.
Provision of ovens, stoves, and educational materials to 15 schools.
Infrastructure projects in communities.