Condor Trekkers Tours
Condor Trekkers Tours
4.5
Monday
9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Tuesday
9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Wednesday
9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Thursday
9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Friday
9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Saturday
9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
About
CondorTrekkers is an organisation working to break the cycle of poverty in one of the world's poorest country. We offer tours of Sucre's historic colonial centre and treks into the spectacular mountain ranges surrounding the city. All proceeds support development projects in the countryside where we hike as well as within Sucre. These projects provide food and accommodation as well as recreation, education and health services to local children and communities in need.
Sucre, Bolivia

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Julie P
Seattle, WA22 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2023 • Family
What a memorable experience! Our family - 45, 41, and 12 years old- did the 4 day/3 night tour with Edwin as our guide. The route was jawdrappingly beautiful with rock paintings, dinosaur footprints, a gorgeous canyon, and lots of views. They dropped us at the high point of the loop to reduce climbing and we hiked all but the first day from 7am to noon, the first day it was 10am to 3pm or so, to avoid the heat. Edwin showed us medicinal plants, taught us a handful of words in Quechua, helped me with my Spanish, and cooked amazing meals! Highly recommended- especially since we took many routes you'd never find without a guide
If you're doing this trip, bring a 50L pack, sturdy boots, and good sun protection.
Written 18 July 2023
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kye askins
London, UK1 contribution
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2023 • Couples
We did a 4 day trek in the Cordillera de los Frailes with Condor Trekkers Tours and it was fantastic! Our guide Hugo was very knowledgeable, friendly, helpful and a great cook 😀 We saw cave paintings, dinosaur footprints, waterfalls and stayed in 3 local villages, and the views were stunning the whole time! Best of all is that the company are not for profit, so you know that your money is going straight into the local economy.
Note that Condor Trekkers currently are without an office in Sucre while they recover from the fallout from covid - don't let that put you off! We emailed the address on their website, then communicated via WhatsApp to arrange the tour, which was excellent value. We can't recommend them highly enough, very professional while also lots of fun 😄
Written 28 February 2023
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Anna E
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2022 • Friends
An excellent tour. We saw some stunning views, the hike was the perfect level and the dinosaur footprints were very impressive to see. Our tour guide Henry was fantastic. He was able to help us with tricky parts of the hike and kept us laughing all day. Henry also provided some delicious food! The hostel we stayed in in the maragua crater was comfortable, homely and vibrant and we were welcomed with open arms.
Written 27 November 2022
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Owain G
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2022 • Couples
We did the 1 day Maragua crater tour with Condor Trekkers and this was great. Good information given beforehand and the day itself was as described. Hugo was a great guide and William a good driver. It was enjoyable to spend the day with them and Maragua and the Inca Trail are amazing!
Written 31 October 2022
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MarkyMAmsterdam
Amsterdam, The Netherlands164 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2022 • Couples
We did a two day hike from Chataquila to Chaunaca and Maragua, continuing the next day to Potolo.

**The hike and scenery**
The hike is very nice if you want to do a short hike in the Sucre area, but it was less impressive than I expected and there are probably better hikes in Bolivia. The "crater" is nice, but also somewhat disappointing. If you are in Maragua, you can so visit the Cuevas del Diabolo.

**Condor Trekkers**
Our guide Hugo was good company, informative and very friendly. He told us a lot about Bolivia and the surroundings and his English was good as well. The hostel we stayed at (Samary Wasi) is really nice and has shared rooms, a dining area and a nice garden. The only disadvantage was that there was only one shower for more than 10 guests and it was placed inside the ladies toilet (so the toilet seat gets wet when you shower and you keep the only ladies toilet occupied) but I did not feel that was an issue for a stay of one night. Also the food was good, given the circumstances it needs to be carried along. Only the bread was a bit old and we had quite a small portion for dinner, because a group of 5 backpackers showed up at the hostel without reservation and without guide. Because the hostel did not have enough food, they asked our guide, who was a bit too helpful and gave away a bit too much food (which we carried and had paid for!).

**Organised hike or do-it-yourself?**
If you have a decent map, you could do the walk by yourself, but the advantage of a organised trip is:
- We took some tracks which are not on the map. Honestly, I don't think we saw very different scenery than other taking the road and / or mapped tracks, but this way we walked less beside the road, which we liked.
- We had private transport to bring us to the start of the track. You can get here by bus from Sucre, but as they leave when full, you might get to the start of the track quite late. We started at 9am at Chataquila. We spoke other travellers who got there by bus at 11am (it's a 7-8 hour walk to Maragua including breaks).
- It's more informative and you support the local economy.
- There are no restaurants in Maragua and there is not always sufficient food in the hostel. With an organised tour, the food is taken care of.

Looking back at the experience, I am not sure if I would do this track as an organised tour again, if I would have know what I know now, given the ease of doing this independently.

However, if you want to do it organised, look no further: Condor Trekkers is 100% recommended. The price is reasonable, the guide is very good and it is a non-profit organisation which support projects in the communities you visit, so tour trip can make a positive impact on the villager's life's.

You can contact them by phone or WhatsApp on the number on their Facebook page. Brian is currently managing the company and you can so speak to him face-to-face in his hamburger restaurant at Nicolas Ortiz Nº132, Sucre.
Written 3 September 2022
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Twelvestring
12 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2022
I did their day tour, hiking a short stretch of the Inca Trail from Chataqla to Chaunaca and then visiting the Maragua Crater. The whole day was great -- a very punctual pick-up from my B&B, Daniel was a very informative and fun guide, the lunch was simple but absolutely delicious, the scenery was amazing, and they got me back in good time for my night bus in the evening. I highly recommend Condor Trekkers.
Written 22 July 2022
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Kathryn T
5 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2022 • Couples
We had a great 2 day trekking tour to the Inca trail, overnight in Maragua and dinosaur footprints. The scenery is stunning and our guide Hugo was brilliant. Particularly enjoyed hearing about how Condor support the local communities which is why makes them stand out. Highly recommend taking a tour with Condor. They don’t have an office however you can contact them easily on Facebook or WhatsApp and they are very responsive.
Written 9 June 2022
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Anna
4 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2022 • Couples
We had such a nice tour with Carla. The tour costs a little bit but you try chocolate and different fruits and meat on the food market. Also you get to know a tipical Bolivian game and drink chicha. The tour takes around 3-3,5 hours. We had a lot of fun, thank you Carla :-)
Written 26 April 2022
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Alber
5 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2020
On Jan. 27th 2020 we went to the Dino tracks. It was unforgettable. Pure magic. We had a nice personal guide and an excellant driver.
Written 10 July 2020
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Rachael Fox
Takaka, New Zealand244 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2020 • Couples
My husband and I did three tours with Condor Trekkers and couldn't recommend them more highly. The owner Randall is an incredible human being and doesn't take a cent from the business. All the money feeds directly back into the communities and you see this happening on all the tours.

For all of our tours we were incredibly blessed to have Patricia as our tour guide. She is a beautiful human inside and out, full of happiness, energy and care. She clearly loves what she does and it radiates into the experiences she provides.

Local farm: You all take public transport to a small village NW of Sucre and visit a number of small homes with greenhouses, learning about their work and organic growing techniques. We got to plant seeds and seedlings along with eating fresh peaches whilst getting explanations of the gardens. We returned to the first house where we were fed a delicious, organic, plentiful lunch. An incredible, cultural, touching experience.

4 day trek: this was our first ever pack-carrying multi-day hike. You trek about 20km each day give or take. There are steep climbs, steep descents and nice flat sections on all days. It is certainly a work out but we found every step to be incredibly rewarding with some of the best views and trails we have ever experienced. The food is incredible - always plentiful, always healthy. Breakfast included tea, coffee, crackers, fruits and a hot dish (quinoa porridge, rice pudding). Lunches were varied and included hearty salads, sandwiches, fritters. Dinners were the same with hearty soups to start, pastas, lentil and vege dishes. The hostals were basic but totally sufficient and the hosts all beautifully welcoming. A must do and highly recommend the full 4 days!

Local village experience & Trabuco market: a significantly shorter trek, completing just under 10km but still on beautiful terrain with climbs and descents..great views. The culture in the village of Pisili is one of a kind. We felt so welcomed and experienced real raw culture like we never have before. The photos don't do it justice.

Please support this wonderful cause, you won't regret it. If you don't have time to do all the tours, we highly recommend the 4 day trek as an absolute must do! Enjoy!
Written 10 March 2020
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