Death Road Bolivia (Full Day)

Death Road Bolivia (Full Day)
Pasion Andina
Pasion Andina
Pasion Andina
Pasion Andina
Pasion Andina
Pasion Andina
Death Road Bolivia

Death Road Bolivia (Full Day)


1 day – Breathtaking landscapes – Day on the mythical Ruta de la Muerte – Day of mountain biking accompanied by professional guides


Feel your adrenaline rushing as you experience mountain biking down the world’s most dangerous road, the death road in Bolivia. 

Locally known as the north Yungas road, the road was built by Paraguayan prisoners. They were 1930s deadly Chaco war prisoners. It was built to connect La Paz Bolivia to Amazon and Las Yungas. 

In 1995, Death Road Bolivia was declared as the most dangerous road in the world. Around 300 people died every year. The government then built a new road in 20016 between La Paz and the town of Coroico. 

Due to this the dirt road has gained an infamous popularity. It has been featured in Top Gear, the history channel among other notable magazines and TV channels. 

There are many tour operators who offer this downhill ride extreme sport. At Pasion Andina, we are dedicated to offering a memorable experience. We service our bikes frequently. Our guides are locals with an excellent knowledge about first aid and local culture.

What to wear for Death Road Bolivia Biking Experience?

The experience begins high up in the Anden and you will be descending down through thick tropical jungle. We highly recommend you to wear shorts. This would be easier while biking. However, do carry extra pair of clothes. You will be able to take shower towards the end of the experience.

The trip as described in the itinerary Transports
Entries Professional Guide
1 lunch Mountain bike equipment
Anything not mentioned under “Included.”

Additional information


Profitez de nos rabais pour les dates suivantes (groupes de max 10 personnes)


11/05 – 25/05 – 15/06 – 6/07 – 20/07- 10/08 – 24/08


30.03 / 27.04 / 8.06 / 6.07 / 3.08 / 14.09

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