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Bolivia Tours & Vacations

Bold and brash, Bolivia lifts travelers 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 color, 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!

Bolivia tour reviews

4.9 out of 5 based on 82 reviews submitted.
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Bolivia Highlights

Jennifer · Traveled January 2024
Travelling to Bolivia was an absolute highlight for us. Its a land relatively untouched by tourism, with a deep culture, amazing people, wildlife and scenery. Our trip was very professionally run (by the lovely Marisol). Its not a trip for the feint-hearted, with rocky roads, and dry deserts, but it will be an adventure you won't forget.
Review submitted 31 Jan 2024

Bolivia Highlights

Daniel · Traveled January 2024
Excellent trip. Bolivia may not have the biggest reputation as a travel destination but it is very much worth the visit. Plenty to do and see, it's a great trip.
Review submitted 30 Jan 2024

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Joyce · Traveled January 2024
I did not expect to fall in love with Bolivia, but I did. Flying into La Paz at night, with its amber lights and aerial trams and down to earth people - was magical. Mountain biking and a charmingly elegant cooking class in Sucre. Scampering along the vast brick landscape that is the rooftop of the church in Potosi. These were just the warm up for the adventure to Salar de Uyuni, where our guide and the drivers set up a series of photo shoots in the other worldly terrain that were great fun. We periodically stopped to view the magical wildlife and volcanic geysers along the way. We sang together in good spirits as we drove through the desert and enjoyed our stay at a charming dormitory constructed of salt bricks. The description of this trip does not do justice to the many hidden gems that make up Bolivia. The magician behind it all was our extremely capable and charming tour leader, Henrry, who took care of us like a mother hen.
Review submitted 21 Jan 2024

Bolivia Highlights

Matthew · Traveled January 2024
An adventure into the desert with the reward of beautiful Sucre at the end. Transport and accommodation very basic and perhaps a tad uncomfortable in the desert. Food also basic. For this you get awe inspiring landscapes and a bit of wildlife. We had an excellent guide. Overall I would recommend this trip.
Review submitted 16 Jan 2024

Bolivia Highlights

Roxane · Traveled January 2024
I highly recommend this trip, Bolivia is an unknown gem. Our guide Marisol was very organized, everything went smoothly. I enjoyed the time with our group (diverse people but all world travelers). 5 stars.
Review submitted 16 Jan 2024

Bolivia at a glance


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


    12.08 million


    Bolivian boliviano (BOB)


    Spanish, Quechua, Aymara, Guarani


    (GMT-04:00) La Paz




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

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