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Bolivian Inca Trails - Takesi, Choro, Yunga Cruz

Hello!

We are going to Bolivia in June, and I just found out there are some (apparently wonderful) trails there - The Choro Trail, the Takesi Trail, the Yunga Cruz Trail, and maybe others. I was wondering which one is more spectacular, whether you have had any positive / negative experiences with travel agencies, and whether we could do the trails alone, without a guide?

How much do they cost, with an agency?

Also, is it possible to rent a tent and the sleeping bags, stove etc in La Paz?

Any other advice and impressions on these trail would be very - very helpful for our huge travel plan! (it's like we were building an atomic reactor or something like this... :o)

Thank you!
Cosima

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