Travel to Bolivia, the land-locked country swept with silver mines, salt flats, and vibrant deserts.
From the white desert of the Uyuni Salt Flats to the silver mines of Potosi and the crystal-clear shores of Lake Titicaca, the landscapes of Bolivia are breathtaking. Even the arid deserts are teeming with wildlife, hardy plants, and bubbling geysers. The towns and cities of Bolivia are enriched with modern, colonial, and indigenous influences. From the witches market to the world's most dangerous road, visit Bolivia to experience the unusual and spectacular. Our Bolivia tours and Bolivia hiking tours are completely customizable, so you can choose from any of the itineraries or create your own!Bolivia Info Create a Custom Bolivia Trip
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As one of the only landlocked countries in South America, Bolivia is a bit off the beaten path for many travelers. But its vibrant landscapes, traditional cultures, and friendly people make any excursion to Bolivia truly rewarding. Some of the must-see destinations include the Salt Flats of Uyuni, Lake Titicaca, La Paz and the adjacent Moon Valley. Other exciting destinations include the Yungas Valley, Potosi silver mines, colonial towns, and the Amazon rainforest basin.
Bolivia is a great destination in conjunction with Chile or Peru, or even on its own. If you have a sense of adventure and want to see a different part of the world, where many of the locals dress in traditional clothing, and the culture and customs seem to have been unchanged for years, then Bolivia will pique your interest.
Start checking off your Bolivia bucket list and start in La Paz. La Paz is known for being a beautiful city that sits at a high elevation. Take your time getting acclimated, as it can be surprisingly offsetting. Despite the dizzy feeling you may have when you first arrive, it will soon pass once you glance at the sights of the city. The city buildings in La Paz cling to the sides of the canyon and spill downwards. Spend the day at lively markets, exploring museums, and grabbing a cup of espresso at a local coffee shop.
Most people think of Brazil when you say Copacabana, but Bolivia has their own beautiful city on the water called Copacabana. Copacabana sits on the shores of Lake Titicaca; you can spend the day staring into the beautiful blue lake or opt for a cruise on the lake. Visit Islas del Sol and walk around the entire island in a day. Here you can enjoy panoramic views of the glistening blue lake.
Finish your time in Bolivia, marveling at the Uyuni Salt Flats. Salar de Uyuni is one of the most impressive world wonders in South America. It is the world's largest salt flats, as it seems to go on for miles. Tourists stare in awe at the vast size of the salt flats. Visit the brightly colored salt and mineral lakes near the Andes Mountains. The salt flats are quite the spectacle to end your vacation in Bolivia.
As one of the only landlocked countries in South America, Bolivia is a bit off the beaten path for many travelers. But its vibrant landscapes, traditional cultures, and friendly people make any excursion to Bolivia truly rewarding. Some of the must-see destinations include the Salt Flats of Uyuni, Lake Titicaca, La Paz and the adjacent Moon Valley. Other exciting destinations include the Yungas Valley, Potosi silver mines, colonial towns, and the Amazon rainforest basin.Bolivia is a great destin ... Show More
If you feel like Bolivia might be your next vacation destination, don't hesitate to contact one of our expert travel consultants. We'll be happy to help you narrow down what you want to do and see in Bolivia into a customized itinerary. We can combine and modify any of tours so that you have the dream vacation to Bolivia. Combine your trip to Bolivia with a Bolivia hiking tour or another one of our popular tours. Our Rio de Janeiro to Machu Picchu tour includes trips to both Lake Titicaca and La Paz, as well as other iconic sites such as Machu Picchu, Iguassu Falls, and Rio de Janeiro.