Bolivia

Bolivia Travel Tours & Trips

La Paz - the world's highest 'unofficial' capital city
UNESCO World Heritage-listed colonial city of Sucre
Uyuni Salt Desert's caves and cacti
Tiahuanaco's 'Gateway of the Sun'
The potions of 'Witches’ Market'
Copacabana on the shores of Lake Titicaca
Eat llama in La Paz
Meet some colourful Bolivian babes
  • Trips & tours in Bolivia

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    Countries visited: Bolivia, Ecuador, Peru
    36 days
    Make ready for a no-stone-unturned road trip from Ecuador down through Peru and into Bolivia. Expect Quito quaintness, Amazonian antics, Banos bliss, Lima liveliness, Nazca’...
    Countries visited: Bolivia, Peru
    15 days
    Lima to La Paz. With a whole lot of jungly times, Pisco Sour times, Inca Trail times, Machu Picchu times, and Lake Titicaca times in between. Ie, 15 days of epic exploring,...
    Countries visited: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Ecuador
    83 days
    Unlucky in love? Out for revenge? Need a cure for hayfever? Get your coca leaves read, buy a spell or pick up a dried llama fetus (ideal for sacrificing) at the Witches'...
    Countries visited: Argentina, Bolivia, Ecuador, Peru
    67 days
    This trip is made for the following people: Unlucky lovers (hello La Paz Witches Market), wine snobs (hello Mendoza Valley) the sloth-like (hello Amazon Jungle) and people with...
    Countries visited: Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Ecuador, Peru
    55 days
    You won’t find Zorro in Zorritos but you will find a rad beach. There’s no salt in Salta but there is bungee jumping. Sometimes you just gotta roll with the travel...
    Countries visited: Bolivia, Peru
    21 days
    Lima to La Paz. What a guy. Pitter-patter about Lima’s historical centre, spot birds in the Ballestas Islands and swan about lovely Cuzco before taking on the Inca Trek....
    Countries visited: Argentina, Bolivia, Chile
    32 days
    Bolivia, Chile, Argentina – do South America in style. Touch down in lovely La Paz, rattle around in an old Potosi mine, do wheelies in the Uyuni salt flats and spend a...
    Countries visited: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Uruguay
    48 days
    From the Pacific to the Atlantic, this trip is designed for those with a truly adventurous spirit! By the time you arrive at the sandy beaches of Rio, you’ll have...
    Countries visited: Argentina, Bolivia, Chile
    20 days
    Bolivia, Argentina and Chile – a trip straight through the guts of South America. Forage through La Paz’s wack market stalls, journey into the underground in Potosi...
    Countries visited: Bolivia
    3 days
    “Mingling with the Bolivian people in their national dress and their little bowler hats is a real highlight. The colours are just beautiful. La Paz is the highest city in the world and the streets are almost at a 45-degree...
    Countries visited: Bolivia
    4 days
    Bolivia is a landlocked nation complete with towering mountain peaks, high altitude plains, colonial cities and lush farming lands. With nearly 65 percent of the population...
  • Why we love Bolivia

    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. 

    Safety information

    Everyone has the right to feel safe and secure on their trip. We don’t tolerate any form of sexual harassment at Peregrine and Geckos, either between passengers or involving our leaders or local operators. Sexual relationships (consensual or otherwise) between a leader and a passenger are unacceptable. If you ever feel another person is behaving inappropriately please inform us immediately by contacting the emergency contact number detailed in these trip notes.

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    It might look like a dream, but the Salar de Uyuni salt flat in Bolivia is real. And it’s spectacular.

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    Photography for a cause: An exhibition by Lilli Morgan

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