On the feet of the volcano called Tunupa, at the doors of the Salar of Uyuni, in the North, there is a hamlet at 3400 m height. The visitors’ attract for this village stands in the cave housing mummies of six persons. They are sleeping here for more than 500 years and their preservation is incredible. It is not possible to spend much time there because it is necessary to avoid the long exposition with light and not to expose to the wind; otherwise, their degradation would be extremely fast. Their hairs, clothes’ status, everything is untouched; this is an overview of pre-Columbian inhabitants’ lifestyle, which we still have a lot to learn. Climbing the Tunupa is quite easy from the village of Coquesa, down to the volcano.