Bolivia is a remarkably diverse country, a constantly changing landscape of snow-capped mountains, lush rainforest and parched desert. Dominated by the Andes, this is a real stronghold of indigenous highland culture, and it remains one of the least visited countries in South America. Those travellers who do find their way here usually need a few days to acclimatise to the altitude - Bolivia is home to the world’s highest capital city, the world’s highest lake and the world’s highest commercial airport!
Once you’ve caught your breath in La Paz you’ll find some cute colonial architecture and fascinating markets, although Bolivia’s UNESCO-listed official capital, Sucre, is a more attractive city. Strike out into the countryside and you’ll start to appreciate Bolivia’s spectacular scenery, from the eerie lunar landscape of the Salar de Uyuni salt flats to the serene expanse of Lake Titicaca. Everywhere you go you’ll see Quechua and Aymara women in bowler hats, one of Bolivia’s most enduring images. The varied terrain also supports an impressive array of flora and fauna, including condors, pink freshwater dolphins, alpacas and the infamous coca plant.
Explore adventure and beautiful landscapes on this tour Bolivia to Brazil: Highlands & Coastlines.
Discover colonial cities and historic cultures and Cross the salar de uyuni and surrounding desert.
From Bolivia's high Altiplano to the heart of Argentina's grasslands, this trip takes you through some of South America's most beautiful landscapes.
The wonders of Peru and Bolivia await as you walk beneath the Amazon Jungle's lush canopy, trek the llama-filled plains of the Sacred Valley and stroll the cobblestone streets of Cusco on this 15-day journey from Lima to La Paz
Explore the oasis of huacachina; Conquer the Inca trail to machu picchu; Spot condors at colca canyon
Explore history to life as you walk in the footsteps of the ancient Inca and mysteries surrounding the Machu Picchu ruins.
Welcome to Bolivia Explore its natural beauty.Bolivia is one of South America’s most diverse and intriguing nations.
Explore the sacred valley · Marvel at the views from the train to machu picchu ·Witness traditional life on lake titicaca.
South America rewards those willing to explore. Consider this epic adventure: beginning in Lima and ending in Buenos Aires, it's 35-full days of fun. You'll hike the Inca Trail, cross the Salt Flats of Bolivia by 4x4, and feel like a sophisticate sipping wine in Argentina. Along the way, you'll engage with local cultures with a small group of other young travellers to back you up. For those willing to invest their time, this trip offers big returns—in adventure.
If you have the time and can’t decide between Peru and Brazil, then see them both – and pretty much everything in between – on this 51-day extravaganza. Trek the legendary Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, cross the Bolivian Salt Flats, sip wine in Argentina, and hit the beach in Brazil. You’ll get plenty of energetic culture, the great outdoors, and the company of other young travellers to keep you moving. There’s time later to slow down, take the long road and have an adventure while you can.
Really discover what South America is all about on this epic five-week journey through Ecuador, Peru, and Bolivia. This adventure truly has it all – the Pacific coast, the awe-inspiring Amazon, and the archeological highlights and cultural treasures of the Andean highlands. Hike the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, tear it up on mountain bikes, raft wild rivers, catch big waves, and get your adrenaline pumping on exciting optional excursions. With local transportation and authentic accommodation, this adventure offers an intense blend of included activities and free time to explore on your own.
Discover the incomparable nature and rich, colourful culture of Bolivia on this 9-day trip through La Paz, Lake Titicaca, and the Uyuni Salt Flats.
Discover the world's largest Salt Flat and go back in time in this incredible 3-day trip! Explore the wonderful Uyuni Salt Flats and walk through natural Bolivian wonders. Marvel at the spectacular desert landscapes and learn more about the local culture and history of Bolivia. You'll even be spending one night in a cosy salt hostel!
There’s times when it’s appropriate to dip a toe in, and there’s times when it’s best to dive in head first