Custom Journeys to Bolivia

Bolivia is all about altitude, with La Paz, the capital, sprawled up in the skies at nearly 12000 feet. Check out the Salar de Uyuni high up in the Andes, dubbed the ‘largest mirror on Earth’, saltpans of indescribable beauty with weird geological outcroppings, sparse vegetation and lots of flamingos! Visit the Bolivian side of the lofty Lake Titicaca, home to 80 different Inca-ruins, for a dose of vivid greens and blues. Bolivia also has the world’s largest butterfly sanctuary, and you will love its eccentric folk who unabashedly worship ‘satan’ and ‘mother earth’ equally, not to mention a clock tower in La Paz that runs backwards, encouraging its citizens to ‘think differently’.

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BOLIVIA

BOLIVIA Highlights

Bolivia travel highlights for families, couples and other travelers.

Bolivia - Explore the Exotic National Park of Madidi in Bolivia
Explore the Exotic National Park of Madidi in Bolivia
A part of the largest protected areas in the world, Madidi National Park has exotic rainforests, as well as glacier covered peaks of the Andes. It is considered to be one of the most biologically diverse regions in th world. See More >
Bolivia - Discover the Enchanting Moon Valley
Discover the Enchanting Moon Valley
Valle de la Lune is an area where erosion has worn down most of the mountains, and the various minerals shine in the sunlight, reflecting colorful rays all over and creating mesmerising optical illusions. See More >
Bolivia - Explore the Vibrant Central Plaza in La Paz
Explore the Vibrant Central Plaza in La Paz
Plaza Murillo is the central plaza in the city of La Paz. Vibrant and bubbling with life, this plaza includes prominent buildings that include the Presidential Palace and the Cathedral of La Paz. See More >
Bolivia - The Green Lagoon
The Green Lagoon
Laguna Verde is a green colored high-altitude salt lake. Sitting at the foot of the mountains Licancabur and Juriques, it is separated by Laguna Blanca by a narrow isthmus. Visit this breathtaking site and watch the sunlight glint over the mesmerising green waters. See More >
Bolivia - Explore the Exotic National Park of Madidi in Bolivia
Explore the Exotic National Park of Madidi in Bolivia
A part of the largest protected areas in the world, Madidi National Park has exotic rainforests, as well as glacier covered peaks of the Andes. It is considered to be one of the most biologically diverse regions in th world. See More >
Bolivia - Travel on the World's Most Dangerous Road
Travel on the World's Most Dangerous Road
Running from La Paz to Bolivia's Amazon rainforest, the Yungas Road has been dubbed 'The World's Most Dangerous Road' as it is highly dangerous for people traveling in vehicles, however, this road has proved popular with the daredevil mountain bikers that seek thrill. See More >
Bolivia - Explore The Ruins of Tiwanaku
Explore The Ruins of Tiwanaku
This ancient city of ruins was once the seat of the pre-Colombian Tiwanaku culture. Tiwanaku lies near Lake Titicaca in Western Bolivia. It consist of ruins of ancient gates and temples. See More >
Bolivia - Discover the Largest Lake in South America
Discover the Largest Lake in South America
Lake Titicaca , the largest lake in South America, borders Bolivia and Peru, and is said to have been the origin of the Incan Empire and several other natives. See More >
Bolivia - The Carnival of Bolivia
The Carnival of Bolivia
The Oruro Carnival is held each year before Ash Wednesday. Always beginning with the iconic 'diablada' or devil dance, this carnival has a new theme each year. See More >
Bolivia - The City of Four Names
The City of Four Names
Sucre is a city in Bolivia, famous for its picturesque Spanish colonial architecture. It has several unique historical buildings that each have an interesting story to tell. See More >
Bolivia - Visit the World's Largest Salt Flats
Visit the World's Largest Salt Flats
Travel in a 4x4 across the marvellous expanse of the world's largest salt flat. Just after the rain, when the surface is wet, it acts as a mirror, perfectly reflecting the beautiful clear sky. See More >
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Highlights Of Bolivia In 12 Days