Visit one of South America’s hidden gems, where stunning landscapes, colonial-era architecture and indigenous tradition come together.

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Bolivia Holidays

Landlocked between Peru, Brazil, Argentina and Chile, Bolivia doesn’t quite keep-up with its neighbours in terms of modernity and visitor numbers – but then that just adds to its charm!

Another successful Kilimanjaro climb!

My group of seven got along so well – we certainly supported each other. All seven of us summited!!


Bolivia By Region

La Paz

Situated 3,500m above sea level, La Paz is the world’s highest capital city – but it’s not just the lack of oxygen that will take your breath away.....

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Lake Titicaca (Bolivia)

At 3,856m above sea level, Lake Titicaca is the world’s highest navigable lake and home to the sacred Isla del Sol y Luna (Sun and Moon Islands).....

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Sucre & Potosi

The neighbouring cities of Sucre and Potosi are a repository of Bolivian history and culture. Dating back to the era of the 16th century silver boom and Spanish colonisation, both cities are rich in c....

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Uyuni and the Southern Altiplano

At over 10,500sq km, Uyuni feels like another world, its miles of stunning white salt flats, interspersed by strangely-hued lagoons and isolated cacti, creating an alien, Dali-esque environment.....

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Our Bolivia Itineraries

Highlights of Bolivia

Explore the scenic and cultural highlights of Bolvia on this 11-day overview. Starting in Santa Cruz, in Bolivia’s tropical lowlands, you’ll journey over the Andes to the altiplano and on to the world’s highest capital city, La Paz.


  • Bolivia


  • Cultural Holidays
  • Family Travel

Prices from £2650 pp

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Bolivia By Activity

Additional Information

Entry Requirements

UK and EU passport holders do not require a visa to enter Bolivia for periods of up to 30 days (this visa-free period can be further extended to 90 days in country). Please ensure that your passport is valid for at least six months from the date that you are due to enter Bolivia.

US passport holders require a visa to visit Bolivia. This can be obtained in advance or on arrival. Please contact the nearest Bolivian embassy or consulate for the latest guidelines.

Namibia Safari with Self Drive

We do not have enough superlatives that we can use to express how wonderful the last three weeks have been.

Ian and Susan