Bolivia should really be called Bold-ivia, because its natural wonders are brazen and its architecture sure as hell shows off.
Bolivia. Not just an excellent (and perhaps the only) rhyme for Olivia. You can do heaps of things here.
Like watch people dig for silver at Potosi, prune up in thermal baths, sing camp songs at Lake Titicaca, gawk at the Island of the Sun (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 at the snow (with flamingos).
Ski lovers can find real snow at Chacaltaya, the world’s highest ski resort. Comes with bonus llamas. Speaking of world’s highest things, La Paz is the highest capital on all of Google Maps. Altitude with attitude.
Back down at normal altitude levels, you can take some deep breaths, chow down on spicy choripan and toast to your trip with gourds full of chicha de colla.
Our Bolivia trips
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Bolivia tour reviews
Our Bolivia trips score an average of 4.62 out of 5 based on 21 reviews in the last year.
Bolivia to Argentina Adventure, March 2017
My overall experience was amazing! The tour guides are both insightful and managed to share knowledge about there little part of the world! They had gone above and beyond to ensure my travel experience was memorable. For the conditions that we were in, I was happy with the transportation and accomodation with lots of included activities to keep you busy and gain an understanding of how the locals live
Review submitted 30 Mar 2017
Bolivia to Argentina Adventure, February 2017
FYI - there is a chance you'll be the only ones on the tour so expect that. Theres not a whole lot of included activities considering what you pay, and while there is optionals, they always seem to be more expensive than what you might be able to find on your own. Tour leaders are local which is a big plus.
Review submitted 16 Mar 2017