Planning a trip?

Our goal is to help you make the most of your time in Bolivia. To do so, we've created travel guides to some of the most popular destinations in Bolivia. In each guide, you will find our information on our favorite attractions as well as useful tips and tricks including getting there, making the most of your time and other necessary information to make your travels run smoothly. 

 

 

LaPazCTAv3a

La Paz 

La Paz is the bustling and colorful center of Bolivia, and a city that is likely to make it onto any Bolivia travel itinerary. From lively markets to reflective museums, La Paz is a city worthy of at least a few days. A geographically dramatic city, La Paz is well worth the visit even if not for the views alone. 


Click here or on the image to the right to download your guide! 


 

 

Copacabana + Lake Titicaca TiticacaCTAv3a

Only about 140 kilometers away from the frenzy of La Paz in distance, Copacabana and Lake Titicaca are a million miles away in characater. The sleepy town of Copacabana and the serene shores of Lake Titicaca will wow you with their magnetism and beckon you to return. 

Click here or on the image to the right to download your guide! 


  

Salar de Uyuni UyuniCTAv3a

The Salar de Uyuni is one of the most popular attractions in Bolivia and rightfully so. Nowhere else in the world will you find an expanse of salt this big, over 25 times the size of the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah and larger than Puerto Rico or the states of Delaware and Rhode Island combined. The intriguing Salar de Uyuni will play tricks on the mind, but the game is one you will be happy you played. 

Click here or on the image to the right to download your guide! 


 

Madidi National Park MadidiCTAv3a

Madidi National Park is one of the most biodiverse protected areas on the plant; a true nature lovers paradise. Thousands of species of unique flora and fauna call the area home, as do some of Bolivia's most unique native communities. No where else in the world do you have the opportunity to explore an untouched environment and mingle with indeginous locals in such an authentic way. A trip to Madidi National Park is not just a visit to the Amazon River Basin, it is a full immersion in jungle life.    

Click here or on the image to the right to download your guide! 


 

When to Visit Bolvia

WhenToVisitCTAv3aThe climate in Bolivia is as varied as the country's geography. In some areas it's best to visit during the summer, while in others it's just the opposite. No matter the season, Bolivia's climate changes drastically depending on where and how high you are. This guide helps you determine when to come to Bolvia depending upon where you want to go and what you want to do.

Click here or on the image to the right to download your guide!


 

 

Tarija + Wine Country

TarijaCTAv3aWith a Mediterranean climate and a relaxed atmosphere, it's easy to see why people are drawn to the southern city of Tarija. However, the palm tree lined boulevards and youthful population are not the only reasons Tarija is experiencing a well-deserved boom. What attracts most visitors and Bolivians to Tarija is wine.

Click here or on the image to the right to download your guide!