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Landlocked Bolivia is one of South America’s less-visited destinations. Mostly overlooked for its neighbours Peru and Chile (and less developed) it has a great deal to offer the adventurous traveller.

A Country of Contrasts

Bolivia offers a colourful and intriguing blend of religions, languages and festivals and a wide variety of landscapes from snow-topped mountain peaks to lush Amazon rainforest.


Lake Titicaca

A short distance from La Paz, you shouldn't leave Bolivia without spending time by the glittering blue waters of Lake Titicaca. It's an absolutely magical place. Visit the floating islands and the lively pilgrimage town of Copacabana. The night sky here is amazing due to the altitude - I promise you won't ever have seen so many stars!

Salar de Uyuni

No trip to Bolivia would be complete without a visit to the dazzling salt pans of Salar de Uyuni (where you can stay the night in a hotel constructed completely from salt).  It's guaranteed to be one of your most memorable travel experiences.


Vibrant Cities

Your trip to Bolivia will start in fascinating La Paz (the world's highest capital), where you'll see Aymara women dressed in voluminous skirts and bowler hats.  And the historic city of Sucre, with its colonial past and a UNESCO World Heritage site, is definitely worth including on any tailor-made itinerary.



What Bolivia lacks in polish (and development), it makes up for in scenic splendour. And with a largely indigenous culture, it’s an amazing destination if you’re looking to get under the skin of the real South America.


Spend a night at the Salt Hotel in the Salar de Uyuni where the building and furniture has all been built from blocks of salt. It’s a unique experience.

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