The world’s highest capital city. Astoundingly beautiful national parks. Ancient Indian monuments, colourful festivals and colonial towns founded on silver. Bolivia encompasses all of this and more, so the only real surprise is the lack of tourists.
Despite having much in common with its neighbour Peru, including a rich Inca heritage and spectacular mountain scenery, comparatively few visitors find their way to this rugged, isolated country high in the Andes.
Those who do are rewarding by a staggering display of natural beauty, from the dense Amazonian jungle in the north to the cracked, arid expanse of the Uyuni salt flats in the south. Not to mention countless Spanish colonial treasures and a wealth of indigenous culture – in fact, Bolivia is home to the largest percentage of indigenous people in Latin America.
Ask our expert consultants to design your tailor-made itinerary and they will introduce you to the baroque churches and fascinating silver mining history of Potosi, the prestigious Gold Museum of La Paz and the enchanting colonial architecture of Sucre.
You can also cruise to the floating islands of Lake Titicaca on the western border with Peru, or go white-water rafting and birdwatching amidst the verdant landscapes of Madidi National Park. But nothing quite compares with a trip to the timeless, wondrous landscapes of Salar de Uyuni where you can stay in a hotel constructed (almost) entirely from salt.
Speak to us today about creating your ultimate, tailormade Bolivian adventure.