For a unique and different experience there is no better destination than Bolivia, whose jungles, savannahs, mountains, deserts and lakes are some of the world’s most unique places. You can have an other worldly experience at Salar de Uyuni, the world’s largest salt flat or see flamingos bathing at the Laguna Colorada . Mountain bike 43 miles downhill on the world’s most dangerous road or travel back in time by visiting The Tiwanaku Ruins. Whatever you decide to do, you can be sure two or three things will get checked off your bucket list.
Country Code: +591
Do I need a Visa? If you are not from South America, Mexico or The European Union you will need a Visa. Best to consult Visa Policy to check your country of origin
How will I charge my devices? Bolivia’s electrical current is 230 V, 50 Hz
How do I get there? Well, if you’re flying to Sucre (SRE) from…
New York: 8.5 hours
Los Angeles: 10.25 hours
Toronto: 9 hours
Sao Paulo: 3 hours
London: 12 hours
Most flights require at least 1 connection
Geography: One of two landlocked countries, Bolivia’s beautiful mountains and lakes make up for the missing beaches.
Time Zones: GMT -4
How's the weather? Because of Bolivia’s diverse landscape the weather depends on where your travels take you. Snow and cold temperatures are common in the mountains. Eastern and lowlands have more tropical weather.
Overland across the high desert in Pampas de Dali, visit the Green Lagoon, hot springs of Polques and bubbling geysers at Sol de Mañana
Observe locals producing salt at the Uyuni flats, a natural wonder of the world- a veritable habitat of volcanic rocks and giant cactus.
Take the mysterious night train to Villazon, onward to Salinas Grandes, cradle to the legendary barracan, thick llama wool fabric characterized by bright colors
Get to understand the locals’ incredible attachment to the land and ancestral grounds through an immersion in the Andean Puna culture- spend the day in the community and mingle with the residents for an authentic slice of life in Salta
Spot thousands of nesting flamingos at Red Lagoon en route and picnic alongside the lake
Special Bolivian pre-departure gift delivered to your door before you embark upon your journey.