There are a full range of tour operators in La Paz, offering budget to luxury trips. If you have a few days in the city, you could choose to take a day trip in La Pazâ€™s valleys, to the glacier at Chacaltaya, out to Lake Titicaca or take a tour of the city. As the countryâ€™s main transport hub, you can also book tours for anywhere in the country, which will sometimes include transfers to and from La Paz â€“ to Sucre, the Jesuit Mission Circuit, or pampas and jungle tours in the Amazon. These will normally be a little more expensive than booking at the destination, but are very convenient if time is off the essence or you want a hassle free trip.
There are literally dozens of operators in the city, unfortunately not all of them are reputable - ask around for recommendations before committing to a tour. For booking flights, Copacabana Tours (Tel: 2-212-4632, next to Hotel Copacabana) and Summa Ltd (Tel: 2-212-5414, next to Gravity Assisted Mountain Biking Office), both on the Prado, are really helpful.