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Bolivia

Bolivia tours are often overlooked by travelers seeking a South American holiday, Bolivia is a landlocked country (once known as Upper Peru) that boasts some of the highest levels of biodiversity on Earth.

In fact, with its four types of biomes, 32 ecological regions, almost 200 distinct ecosystems and famed Law of the Rights of Mother Earth policy granting nature the same rights as humans, this large and highly varied destination packs a big punch!

Bolivia is considered among the absolute best ecological destinations on the planet. From some of the wettest regions in the Amazon Basin to some of the driest in the Atacama Desert (and everything in between), eco- and adventure-seekers will fall in love not only with the country’s bionomic wonders but also its rich folklore, ancient history and delectable culture and cuisine. with an extensive skilled artisan collective and endemic foods such as peppers, peanuts, beans and more.

Previously a part of the vast Inca empire before Spanish Colonial rule, a full one-third of Bolivia is situated in the Andean mountain range. Here, travelers will find not only incredible wildlife and amazing eco-adventures set amidst some of the highest peaks in the Americas but also more than 30 officially-recognized indigenous tribes.

In the eastern lowlands, lies the Amazon Basin. In between, you’ll find the altiplano– AKA the high plains. All in all, these areas are home to almost 3,000 animal species, including 14 percent of the world’s known birds (the sixth highest concentration of birds on Earth).

Don’t miss the world’s largest salt flats (Uyuni), Lake Titicaca, the world’s most dangerous road (dubbed “Death Road”), the Amazon and Pampas, the Valley of the Moon, the Carnaval de Oruro (one of the first UNESCO Masterpieces of Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity), or unique cities like the more traditional La Paz or the modern and international Santa Cruz.

No matter the type of vacation you’re after, Bolivia is sure to provide a unique experience like no other!

Call our trip designers at 800.772.9188 to explore our suggested Bolivia tours today, and begin personalizing your extraordinary journey to Bolivia with our private guides in private cars.

Good Things to Know If You Are Touring Bolivia

Country
Bolivia
Visa Requirements
Yes
Passport Validity
Six months
Languages Spoken
Spanish, Quechua and Aymara
Currency Used
Boliviano (BOB)
Vaccinations Required
Yellow Fever

Regions to Visit When Going on a VIP tour of Bolivia

  • Beni
  • Chuquisaca
  • Cochabamba
  • La Paz
  • Oruro
  • Pando
  • Potosi
  • Santa Cruz
  • Tarija

Call our trip designers at 800.772.9188 to explore our suggested Bolivia tours today, and begin personalizing your extraordinary journey to Bolivia with our private guides in private cars.

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