Challenge yourself to an active holiday in Bolivia, an adventure playground for all.
These tours takes you to some of the most remote and stunning parts of Bolivia,
Bolivia’s Andean mountains offer climbing challenges open to everyone, from beginners to more advanced climbers.
These same ranges are home to some of the most spectacular and isolated high altitude trekking in all South America.
Perhaps pushing yourself means learning a new language, Spanish, Quechua or Aymara.
Visit Bolivia – there is a challenge for everyone in this fabulous high Andean country.
All in all - a trip of a lifetime.
We both extend our very sincere thanks to you for all your help. Your patience was admirable. Your knowledge invaluable.
L. Cowie, Tailor Made Bolivia
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Dates: From March 2023 to November 2023
Capacity: 16 people
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Communication through email was excellent. Questions were always answered right away. Great service! Wonderful tour and excellent tour guide. Lots of highlights, Uyuni and trek were probably our favourite.
M Blunschi, UK, 2017
» Bolivia Highlights two week tour
Thanks to Osvaldo, Sergio and Maria we got to the top of Huayna Potosi safely and felt that our needs were the highest priority at all times. It was clear that this is not the case with other guides. Some were rude to their guests in front of us.
Highlight - Summiting Huyana as the sun broke across the Cordillera Real. Casting a triangular shadow to the west stretching out to Lake Titicaca. The descent was also magical, seeing the terrain we'd hiked in the dark in all is spectacular icy glory. In particular stopping to peer deep into a 40m deep crevasse.
T Foster ,UK, 2016
» Climb Huayna Potosi in Bolivia
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