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Jesuit Missions extended

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3 Days 2 Nights

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Daily Tour

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20 people



The Santa Cruz Jesuit Missions sightseeing tour provides the opportunity to explore these ancient constructions, which include churches, plazas, and community buildings. In addition to architectural beauty, these missions are known for their wood carvings, paintings and other artistic manifestations that reflect the fusion of European and native traditions.


  • - San Ignacio de Velasco church
  • - San José church
  • - San Rafael church
  • - Santa Ana de Velasco church

Jesuit Mission of San Javier

Its baroque style church was built between 1749 and 1752, and restored between 1987 and 1993, it belongs to the first Jesuit mission of Chiquitos founded in 1691 with the name of San Francisco Xavier de los Piñocas. This building invites you to tour it to enjoy the artistic beauty of its architecture with ornamental carvings of columns and wooden drawings in yellow-brown and black tones.

Jesuit Mission of Concepción

It has a baroque-style Jesuit church (built between 1752 and 1753, restored and inaugurated again in 1982) built with a three-section nave, rows of columns carved in wood, altars and paintings made by locals. This church is considered a JEWEL IN THE REGION, contemplating it at sunset is an unforgettable sight.

Jesuit Mission of San Ignacio

San Ignacio was founded in 1748. San Ignacio, along with Concepción and San José de Chiquitos, is considered one of the three main Jesuit Missions. Today it is the largest town in the entire missionary circuit.

Jesuit Mission of Santa Ana

Santa Ana de Velasco, founded in 1755, by the Jesuit missionary P. Julián Nogler. It is also the settlement that has its completely original church still intact. This church was built after the expulsion of the Jesuits in 1767.

Jesuit Mission of San Miguel

San Miguel was founded in 1721 and is a small town, its church is considered the most historically accurate of all the restored Jesuit churches.

Jesuit Mission of San Rafael

San Rafael, the second oldest mission, shares many of the same characteristics as the rest of the missions.

Jesuit Mission of San José

San José de Chiquitos, the third of the oldest missions in Chiquitania, is similar to the town of Santa Cruz of many years ago: wide, dusty streets straight out of a Wild West movie, complete with cowboys, ranchers, and a dusty plaza. but charming.

  • - Private transportation
  • - Full meals
  • - Private bi-linbual tour guide
  • - Double or triple room accommodation
  • - All excursions described on the itinerary
  • - Souvenirs
  • - Beverages
  • - Tips
  • - Other excursions or visits not described on the itinerary

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