Reasons to Visit
Without a doubt one of the most stunning areas of South America- surreal rock formations, the vast salt flats, jewel coloured lakes, and you can have it almost to yourself!
Although not as famous as neighbouring Peru, Bolivia has some interesting Inca and pre-Inca ruins. Sucre is a must to visit for the beautiful white washed architecture, and Potosi to learn about Bolivia's colourful history.
Indigenous people are in the majority in Bolivia, unlike in many other countries, so it's a good place to learn more about traditional cultures and you will see many people dressed in traditional clothing.
A short flight from La Paz will take you into the steamy Amazon basin to spot monkeys, birds, sloth and even pink river dolphin, and also to interact with the local communities.
Spanning both Peru and Bolivia, Lake Titicaca is one of the continent's most iconic locations, believed to be the birthplace of the Incas. Enjoy the myths, views, sunsets and traditional cultures from the relaxed Sun Island.
Bolivia is a great place to buy traditional handicrafts. Textiles in Sucre are particularly good or browse the stalls of the Witches' Market in La Paz for souvenirs ranging from jewellery to a llama foetus!
Bolivia remains one of the lesser visited countries in South America, and tourism infrastructure is a lot more limited than in neighbouring countries, but this only adds to the appeal for an authentic taster of Latin America.
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Sun Island is believed to be the birthplace of the Inca Empire.
On the windswept altiplano a short distance from La Paz, Lake Titicaca stretches out in a vast shimmer of fathomless blue.
Far off the beaten track, the stark and surreal landscape of the Southern Altiplano makes for a bumpy, windy yet completely captivating few days.
Tiwanacu was, during its splendor period, the largest city in the World and it is considered to be "the Cradle of the American Civilizations".
On this tour you have the opportunity to visit sights as diverse as the Witches Market, where bowler-hatted local ladies sell everything from medicinal herbs to dried llama foetuses.
From the deep waters of Lake Titicaca to the multi-coloured lakes and salt flats of the plateau, from the steamy jungles of the Amazon basin to pretty colonial towns in stunning landscapes, our Bolivia specialists know all about this colourful, diverse land and its welcoming peoples. They will carefully plan your itinerary to make sure you enjoy a truly memorable tailor-made trip.
11 Days from £3,000pp
Explore three very contrasting areas of Bolivia, ending with time on exploring the vast salt flats near Uyuni.
14 Days from £3,960pp
An itinerary designed to take you through the highlights the Bolivian altiplano without having to travel through other countries to get there.
20 Days from £4,675pp
A comprehensive tour of Bolivia including La Paz, the Amazon basin, Lake Titicaca, the colonial cities of Sucre and Potosi and the vast southwest including Salar de Uyuni.
16 hours (via Madrid or the USA)
Air Europa & American Airlines
The best time to travel.
A good time to travel, but there may be some factors to be aware of.
Travel is possible, but this is not the best time of year.
Travel is not recommended.
Snow or ski season.
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