Bolivia Tours & Holidays

Bold and brash, Bolivia lifts travellers to its dizzying heights with stunning scenery, legendary landmarks and a rich, indigenous heritage.

Bolivia is an energetic, enigmatic piece of South American sorcery – alive with passion, awash with colour, connected to the past but living very much in the present. Soak in thermal baths surrounded by erupting geysers and desert; marvel at ruins on Lake Titicaca’s Island of the Sun (the mythical birthplace of Inca civilization); saddle up and tour Old Sucre’s monastic buildings and, of course, check out the mega salt-lick of the Salar de Uyuni – it’s like being on a snowfield…but with flamingos!

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4.9 out of 5 based on 114 reviews submitted.
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Li · Traveled May 2024
Our leader Daniel is very knowledgeable and a good communicating ,. The whole trip is very good organized , we really enjoyed
Review submitted 06 Jun 2024

Bolivia Highlights

Kathleen · Traveled May 2024
Bolivia blew me away on the beauty scale! It’s so rich in culture and landscape.
Review submitted 18 May 2024

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Phillippa · Traveled May 2024
Bolivia is more than just Salt Flats. It has so much more beauty to discover.
Review submitted 18 May 2024

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Alan · Traveled May 2024
The Intrepid Best of Bolivia trip is a great introduction to Bolivia. The salt flats and desert portions are basic but outstanding, and the introduction to Potisi and Sucre opened our eyes to colonial greed and exploitation that we had no ideas of.
Review submitted 19 May 2024

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Alan · Traveled May 2024
The Best of Bolivia tour is a great way to explore the cities, salt flats and desert areas of Bolivia if you're time constrained. It opened our eyes to the monumental exploitation and greed of the Spaniards (particularly in Potosi). The salt flat and desert sections were some of the most dramatic landscapes we've seen.
Review submitted 19 May 2024

Bolivia at a glance

  • CAPITAL CITY

    Sucre (constitutional, population 290,891); La Paz (administrative, population 1,908,000)

  • POPULATION

    12.08 million

  • CURRENCY

    Bolivian boliviano (BOB)

  • LANGUAGE

    Spanish, Quechua, Aymara, Guarani

  • TIME ZONE

    (GMT-04:00) La Paz

  • CALLING CODE

    +591

  • ELECTRICITY

    Type A (North American/Japanese 2-pin) Type C (European 2-pin)

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