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Thinking about a Bolivia trip? Here’s a list of frequently asked questions we often hear from our guests. Visit our Bolivia Vacation Planning page for in-depth Bolivia travel tips.

When is the best time to visit Bolivia?

The best time to visit Bolivia is during Bolivia’s dry season between May and October, especially if you’re looking to experience the Uyuni Salt Flats. While it might be a bit cooler in temperature, the dry weather conditions mean you can travel deep into the salt flats. During the dry season, the days are clear and hiking trails are in their best form. It is also during June – August where plenty of cultural festivities occur, making it a lively time to visit. On the other hand, the wet season or summer (November – March) has some of the best views of the Andes, with green fjords and flowers in bloom, and travelers can experience the mirrored effect of the salt flats.

In regards to visiting Bolivia, it’s important to look at the climate and weather of the region you wish to visit. Bolivia has three distinct regions: the Altiplano (highlands) in the west, the central highlands in the south-central region just beyond the Andes, and the tropical lowlands in the east, including the Amazon Basin. Like the rest of the Amazon Rainforest, this region of Bolivia maintains a humid climate all year around. Whereas the other regions experience varying temperature and weather depending on the season.

Is it safe to travel in Bolivia?

Yes, traveling to Bolivia, by and large, is safe! Exception being parts of Santa Cruz and La Paz, where you might run into a pick-pocket. Just be careful! In addition to that, you are mostly with our guides and they know where to go and where not to go! And going to the Salt flats or to the Rainforest, there would be nobody around to harm you, anyway! Talk to you MD, you might need a vaccination for the lowlands.

Is Bolivia worth visiting?

Bolivia is so worth visiting. For once it really is undiscovered! But for sights like the salt flats, there are no equivalents around. They are unique in size and beauty! Also, the unique Baroque Music festival in the missions is worth mentioning!

How big is the Bolivia Rainforest? What countries are the Bolivia Rainforest in?

The Amazon Rainforest is ⅔ the size of Brazil or the continental US. However, the Rainforest is also shared by other countries as well. It stretches into the Guyanas, Venezuela, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, and Bolivia.

Is all of the Bolivia Rainforest the same?

No – There are different areas with different flora and fauna. The main difference is caused by the altitude. Most of the Brazilian part is at sea-level or only slightly above it, whereas in Peru, Ecuador, and Bolivia, the rainforest sits on higher ground. The higher, the less dense the fauna is. Therefore, for example, if you are interested in birding, you would prefer the Peruvian Rainforest, as, due to the fauna being less dense, it is easier to spot birds. The Peruvian Amazon also offers some of the most luxurious river cruise ships such as the Aria.

The Brazilian Amazon Rainforest offers travelers a wide range of lodges and cruises. Embark on a large cruise ship such as Hurtigruten or Iberostar, or a small, intimate cruise such as the Tucano. The Ecuadorian Amazon boasts Yasuni National Park, home to millions of species of plants, birds, insects, and mammals.

What can I do in the Bolivia Rainforest?

All Amazon lodges and cruises offer jungle walks guided by local professionals to get to know the vegetation. Discover the importance of medicinal plants, spot vibrant macaws and parrots, and learn to identify the calls of rare animals. While listening to the sounds of the animals in the jungle is a common experience, actually spotting the fauna can be difficult. Travelers may consider the Pantanal wetlands for wildlife spotting, as it is less dense than the Amazon.

Piranha fishing is also very popular, but not for the meat. The piranha fish is known to be so nervous that not much meat survives. However, it makes for a great stew! Local guides can also take you to different areas where other animal species can be seen, such as the pink river dolphins or macaws. Alligator (jacare) spotting at night is one of the most fascinating activities.

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