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Indigenous culture, Lake Titicaca

Things to do in Bolivia

From the blinding white salt pans of Salar de Uyuni to the glittering blue waters of Lake Titicaca, Bolivia's shifting landscapes are a traveller's playground.

Our suggestions for things to see and do include taking a guided tour of the country's capital, La Paz, where you can visit the witches' market, the open-air Tiwanaku Museum and the other-worldly landscape of the Moon Valley. Leave La Paz to take a panoramic trip through sub-tropical jungle to the town of Coroico, or explore Sun Island's traditional villages on foot while looking down on Lake Titicaca.

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Ideas for experiencing Bolivia

Experiences you have as you travel often hold the longest memories. As part of their research trips, our specialists seek out authentic ways to get to know Bolivia, and the best local guides. These activities reflect some of their best-loved experiences.

  • Tihuanaco Ruins

    Tiahuanaco Ruins Excursion

    La Paz

    Tiwanacu was, during its splendor period, the largest city in the World and it is considered to be "the Cradle of the American Civilizations".

  • The World's Most Dangerous Road , near La Paz

    Tour to Coroico

    La Paz

    A thrillingly panoramic trip that sees you descend from jagged mountain tops and iced streams to lush sub-tropical jungle complete with tropical birds and plants.

  • Witches Market, La Paz

    La Paz City Tour

    La Paz

    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.

  • Sun Island, Bolivia

    Sun Island Trekking

    Sun Island is perfect place to unwind and enjoy breathtaking views of Lake Titicaca. There are a number small ruins and tiny traditional villages on the island but with no vehicles, getting about is restricted to walking some of the lovely trails or taking a boat.