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Bolivia tours

If you decide to choose one of our Bolivia tours you certainly will not regret it! This colourful country in South America offers varied landscapes reaching huge heights and temperature differences and ancient, fascinating cultures. The Andes and Lake Titicaca are the most famous sights, but travel in Bolivia leaves you with the knowledge of so much more!

The influence of the Indian culture and its traditions for example, or the extensive vineyards, impressive salt flats and imposing volcanoes. A Bolivia tour provides many unforgettable moments!
As you travel through Bolivia you will notice how high this country sits. Bolivia is the highest country in South America and this makes for breathtaking views. The Andes have peaks of well over six kilometers in altitude! In addition, you will also find many lakes including the famous Lake Titicaca. This lake is the largest in South America and is located on the border of Peru and Bolivia. Indians inhabit the various islands that can be found on the lake.

Near the impressive Illimani volcano, lies the charming city of La Paz. While walking through the city you are suddenly hit by a magnificent vista including Illimani in all its glory. Unforgettable! The city of La Paz is also a great place for purchasing souvenirs. The colourful people offer you plenty of choice in ponchos, pan flutes and other typical South American collectables. The Aymara women, with their typical bowler hats also sell all kinds of 'miracle cures'. During the group tour to Bolivia your visit to Potosí will definitely be worthwhile. This city is 4090 meters high – making it the highest city in the world. Here you can also find the largest silver mine in the country. An absolute certain highlight of your group tour in Bolivia will be the vast salt plains of Salar de Uyuni. The landscape here seems alien! Bolivia travel appears to add a separate dimension! As you enter this wonderful setting you will also notice flamingos and alpacas (llamas) dotted against the background.
A journey through Bolivia means that you will therefore become acquainted with the many different facets of this incredible country. Beautiful views, the perceived differences in height and temperature and the colourful and friendly people make a Bolivia tour a really fantastic prospect!

Country info Bolivia

  • Background information
  • Culture Bolivia
    In Bolivia, it is customary to start with a greeting and to inquire about someone’s well being. You will often hear "Buenos dias, como esta?" . On meeting and
  • Food and drinks Bolivia
    Food: In Bolivia, the main meal of the day is lunch (almuerzo). Breakfast (desayuno) tends to be light, even though most hotels and restaurants serve desayuno Americano as wel
  • Tipping Bolivia
    The basic pay of hotel and restaurant staff is meagre at best. You may not have a ready solution for the poverty affecting these countries, but the least you can do is to prov
  • Weather and climate Bolivia
    Climate: In Bolivia, we will be travelling across the 3000 to 4000 metres high Altiplano. On this bare and dry plateau, temperatures can drop substantially, especially at nigh
  • Population Bolivia
    Bolivia has around 7,5 million inhabitants. The official language in Bolivia is Spanish, but there are communities, where the inhabitants still speak Quechua and Aymara. The l
  • Landscape Bolivia
    Bolivia has a huge variety of cultural and geographical possibilities for the traveller. Bolivia borders Paraguay and Argentina to the South East and is a little smaller than
  • Background Info Bolivia
    Bolivian architectures are characterized by two different styles: Spanish style and Inca style. A magnificent example is to be seen at Tiahuanacu, just outside La Paz. You wil
  • Practical information
  • Time differences Bolivia
    The time in Bolivia is GMT - 4 hours.
  • Money Bolivia
    The amount of spending money suggested, is the minimum required to pay for your meals, drinks, optional excursions, entrance fees, local airport taxes and tips. The amount you
  • Luggage and clothing Bolivia
    On this trip we will stay in high places. Bring along warm clothing, such as a fleece sweater or jacket. By day, it will be mostly sunny, so thin, cotton clothes and shorts ar
  • Electricity Bolivia
    In most places, 220 volts is customary. Power cuts occur now and then. In that case, hotels usually produce candles or oil lamps. A good torch is certainly useful, especially
  • Safety Bolivia
    Theft does occur in the cities. A simple method to avoid pickpockets is to store money and important documents close to your body, ideally in a money belt. Have some pocket mo
  • Health Bolivia
    The following health information is a general text that applies to all our travellers in South America. Those who pay some attention to hygiene and skincare do not usually run
  • Information for people at home Bolivia
    Make sure that those at home know which country you are in and how long you are planning to stay away. You may fix a date when you will contact them again. Provide those picki
  • Photographs Bolivia
    Bolivia is an extremely photogenic country. Unfortunately, not everyone likes to be photographed. The photographing or (video) filming visitor should realize that they cannot
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