Bolivia

Landlocked in the heart of South America, Bolivia is one of the continent's least developed nations, yet it is home to impressive, varied landscapes and a thriving indigenous culture, lending the country an authentic charm sometimes lacking from neighbouring countries.

Bolivia

Landlocked in the heart of South America, Bolivia is one of the continent's least developed nations, yet it is home to impressive, varied landscapes and a thriving indigenous culture, lending the country an authentic charm sometimes lacking from neighbouring countries.

Intro

Bolivia boasts some of the world's most remarkable, remote and sometimes inhospitable terrains - from dizzying Andean peaks and endless deserts to impenetrable Amazonian rainforests. Add to that the largest and most diverse indigenous population in Latin America, and Bolivia promises a remarkable experience unlike anywhere else on the continent. Pre-Columbian Tiahuanaco, a UNESCO World Heritage site, provides a fascinating look into this region's impressive past and the bustling streets and vibrant markets of the capital, La Paz, offer plenty of colour. The colonial cities of Sucre and Potosi betray a faded grandeur with echoes of the Spanish crown and the authentic highland culture of Lake Titicaca pervades the surrounding indigenous settlements and patchwork fields - all set against a stunning backdrop of Andean peaks. 

Archaeological remains of dinosaur tracks and fossils can be found within the deep canyons and stalactite-coated caves of Toro Toro National Park. A little-visited pocket of the Amazon rainforest, where new species are still being discovered today, is also possible to visit. Bolivia's final jewel is the surreal landscape of Salar de Uyuni, the largest salt flats in the world, where cactus encrusted mounds rise from the flats and dazzling hexagons of salt extend as far as the eye can see. Bolivia can be complex and a little rough around the edges, but its unique charm and energy make for an unparalleled exploration into the unknown.

Why travel with us ?

Bolivia is one of the most off-the-beaten-track destinations in South America, and we pride ourselves on our expertise in one of the regions's most exciting and enigmatic countries. Whether you want to experience the awe-inspiring scale of Bolivia's jewel, the Salar de Uyuni, visit Bolivia's historic archaeological sites or explore Jesuit ruins and high-altitude vineyards far from the tourist trail, we have a tour to suit you.Our Classic tour covers the highlights of the country, whereas our Hidden tour encompasses the lesser-known sites, enabling a more immersive and interactive experience.

We also offer a wide range of extensions and private tours in Bolivia, and we can easily create combination tours throughout Latin America. So if you would like a customised itinerary designed to suit your tastes and budget, please contact one of our travel specialists and start planning your journey to Bolivia with the experts.
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Quick Facts

Capital: Sucre
Population: Around 10.9 million
Languages: Spanish (dominant) and Aymara (Andes region)

Culinary

  • Take a street food tour of La Paz & sample local delicacies & markets
  • Take a cooking class to learn the secrets of Andean cuisine
  • Food tours of Santa Cruz & Potosi
  • Join the Singiari Trail to learn about Bolivia’s most famous tipple

Walking, Trekking, Climbing

Wide range of walking options from gentle village-to-village walks to tackling the highest Andean summits.

Meet The Locals

Our community-based options include homestays and learning about daily life in rural areas first-hand.

Adventure

Biking, rafting, paragliding and more in sublime natural destinations.

Archaeology

Learn about Bolivia’s ancient heritage - in Tiahuanaco, Incallajita, ancient Copacabana, Samaipata and Los llanos de Moxos - from our specialist guides.

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