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Bolivia is unlike any other destination on Earth, its otherworldly terrains and rich cultural heritage captivating all who visit.  

A destination where extreme landscapes collide, Bolivia's extraordinary natural wonders are ideal for those looking to venture off the beaten track, from the Salar de Uyuni salt flats to the biodiverse Amazon Basin. Our bespoke luxury Bolivia holidays could see you staying in a boutique hotel in a quaint village huddled beneath the dramatic peaks of the Andes, visiting historical monuments in Sucre, or encountering rare wildlife in the Madidi National Park. 

Bolivia is renowned for its rare and exotic plant and wildlife species; witness incredible biodiversity in Bolivia's Yungas, a subtropical region home to dozens of endemic species, as well as jaguars, tapirs, panthers, and spectacled bears; head to the cloud forests of the Zongo Valley and encounter a myriad of unique species; spot pink flamingoes, Andean foxes and vicunas on the Salar de Uyuni salt flat; explore the Madidi National Park and encounter countless species, from thousands of birds and mammals to fish, reptiles, and amphibians, as well as over 20,000 plant species. 

Discover Bolivia’s rich cultural heritage, from the infamous Witches' Market of La Paz to the well-preserved colonial architecture of Sucre. Witness living history in Lake Titicaca, one of South America's largest lakes and home to the Floating Islands of Uros, a collection of over 80 man-made islands that have remained continually inhabited for thousands of years. A visit to the islands, which are shared with Peru, demonstrates a way of life that few people have the opportunity to experience. Take a boat ride to the Sun and Moon Islands and explore the ancient pre-Inca ruins that dot the islands. 

Our Top Bolivia Experiences 

  • Visit the UNESCO-World Heritage Site city of Potosi and tour the notorious silver mines of Cerro Rico. 
  • Spend a day exploring the remarkable Salar de Uyuni salt flats, one of the world's most beautiful natural locations. 
  • Embark on a wildlife adventure through the Madidi National Park in Bolivia's Amazon Basin. 
  • Explore the fascinating Floating Islands of Uros on a boat tour across Lake Titicaca. 

Best Time to Visit   

Due to Bolivia's extreme variation of landscapes, the best time to visit largely depends on the region. Although temperatures across the country rarely dip below mid-teens, travelling between April and October offers the driest conditions with mild weather and sunny spells. Bolivia's Amazon enjoys warm temperatures throughout the year, making it an ideal all-year-round destination. 

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Bolivia
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Atix Hotel
South America, Bolivia
Atix Hotel is an architectural masterpiece, its strong focus on artwork and design drawing a wealth of cosmopolitan and well-cultured travellers to its captivating façade. Situated in the exclusive Zona Sur district of La Paz, this Design Hotels™ member embodies
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Hotel de Sal Luna Salada
South America, Bolivia
Situated amid the spectacular and otherworldly landscape of Bolivia’s Salar de Uyuni salt flats, the largest of their kind across the planet, Hotel de Sal Luna Salada is a stylish retreat constructed entirely of salt blocks from the surrounding salt
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Kachi Lodge
South America, Bolivia
Set amid the sprawling, otherworldly landscapes of Bolivia’s Salar de Uyuni salt flats, Kachi Lodge offers luxurious, eco-friendly lodge accommodation surrounded by some of the world’s most dramatic and inspiring scenery. Comprised of just six stylishly appointed domes, a stay
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Things to do in
Bolivia
The Valley of the Moon

Valle de la Luna, located about 10 kilometres from downtown La Paz, is one of Bolivia's most fascinating natural attractions. Formed by persistent erosion caused by rain and strong winds, its otherworldly landscape consists of rock-like formations shaped as pinnacles and piercing spires. Spend an afternoon exploring the park's hollow canyons, which will make you feel as if you've been transported to another planet.

Amboro National Park

The Amboro National Park, located in central Bolivia, is a haven for nature lovers, renowned for its incredible variety of flora and fauna. The park, which spans nearly 500,000 hectares at the confluence of the Amazon basin, the northern Chaco, and the Andes, is home to both highland and lowland animal and plant species, with over 2500 plant species, 120 mammals, 178 reptiles and amphibians, and 840 bird species, one of the highest concentrations of bird species per km 2 in the world.

Tiwanaku

Tiwanaku, located in the Titicaca Basin's sprawling golden landscape, is a pre-Colombian ancient city dating back to around 600 AD. The former city's site is revered for its cultural and religious significance, and includes a variety of extraordinary structures such as towering monoliths, walls carved with stone faces, precisely formed temples, and the expansive Kalasasaya courtyard.

Potosi

Once regarded as the world's largest industrial complex, the city of Potosi is best known as the former colonial-era supplier of silver to Spain, sourced from the mountain of Cerro Rico, one of the world's largest silver mines. A significant location of Bolivia's Spanish-colonial heritage, a visit to Potosi allows visitors to learn about the city's complex history as well as venture into the narrow mining tunnels that are still in use today.

Salar de Uyuni

The landscape of Salar de Uyuni, the world's largest salt flat, is nothing short of spectacular, with an expansive luminescent sheet of salt flats that creates an otherworldly illusion of a panoramic sky during the wet season and stunning crystallised salt patterns during the dry season.  A visit to the salt flats, which are best explored on a private car excursion, not only showcases the incredible terrain, but also the wildlife populations that live there, including the Andean fox and pink flamingoes.

Other Useful
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Language:

Spanish

Currency:

Bolivian boliviano

Timezone:

GMT-4

Best Time To Travel:

April - October

Flight Time:

12hr 40m

Direct Flights:

Country Combinations::

Chile

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