La Paz, Sucre
Spanish, Aymara, Quechua, Castilian, Aymara, Araona
Bolivian Boliviano
Flight time
15 hours and 30 minutes from the UK
time difference
UTC/GMT -4 hours
best time to go
Apr-May / Oct

Introducing Bolivia

Unspoiled by the trappings of modernity, Bolivia is a tranquil destination that will offer you an authentic and cultural experience of South America.

This landlocked country offers breath-taking vistas and landscapes including the salt flats of Salar de Uyuni and the wildlife-abundant tropical jungles of the Amazon, as well as the highest peaks in the Andes Mountains and the mighty blue waters of Lake Titicaca. This South American beauty is incredibly warm and friendly, despite its poor economic background. Its capital La Paz offers impressive and contrasting scenery with its adobe houses framed against the majestic mountains that surround it, whilst the city of Sucre is equally beautiful and worth exploring during your South American adventure.

Top Locations in Bolivia

Salar de Uyuni
A vacation to Bolivia would be incomplete without a stop at the world's biggest salt flat. Salar de Uyuni is a region of vast skies and infinite panoramas, with remarkable mirror-like surfaces, granite formations, and cactus filled islands.
Lake Titicaca
Lake Titicaca, which spans the border between Bolivia and Peru, is abundant in historic Inca villages and submerged ruins, as well as over 530 marine species, including the uncommon giant frog.
Amazon Basin
Be excited to see sloths and squirrel monkeys, and many other biodiversity present in Bolivia's northern area, making it one of the planet's most diversified environments. The Amazon basin spreads into northern Bolivia and is easily accessible by public transportation from large cities to its main town, Rurrenabaque. On one of the boats explore the river's piranha, anaconda, and enjoy swimming with pink river dolphins.
The Andes Mountains
The Andean mountainous region is home to some of the world's most impressive peaks, including Mount Aconcagua, the tallest peak in the Southern Hemisphere and one of the Seven Summits. The mountain range has a selection of areas to explore no matter your physical ability, whether you are an experienced hiker or amateur explorer.
Witches Market, La Paz
Unlike the name suggests, the Witches Market is a bustling market with merchants selling a variety of unique products and leather goods. Beautiful leather products, such as backpacks and handbags, can be found in the market for amazingly cheap prices, and if you master your haggling skills, you can grab a bargain with the souvenirs you take home.

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