Bolivia as a destination is already off-the-beaten-track, and our holidays take you to its most remote corners.
Bolivia satisfies the most adventurous of travel appetites, with huge and sparsely populated mountains and rainforests.
You’ll find our Apolobamba Circuit trek is as far from the crowds as you can get.
Head into deep Amazon, onto the stunning Uyuni Salt Flats are let us make your own, bespoke route into the wilds.
Will raise a glass to you, by way of thanks for a fantastic trip. Everything worked perfectly.
L. Cowie, Tailor Made Bolivia
What's a tailor made trip?
We put together a bespoke tour to fit your requirements.
Prices From $1,902 / £1,613 per person
Capacity: 16 people
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Prices From $1,120 / £950 per person
What's a group trip?
Join a small group of like-minded travellers on a guided trip.
Prices From $3,500 / £2,968 per person
Prices From $1,435 / £1,217 per person
Prices From $525 / £445 per person
Dates: From January 2023 to December 2023
Prices From $834 / £707 per person
Capacity: 4 people
Prices From $4,087 / £3,466 per person
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The Lares Trek! This was the most physically challenging thing I've ever done but also one of the most rewarding! The scenery was incredible, the guide was excellent, the food was comparable to a nice restaurant at every meal and the other trekkers will be long-time friends! I liked the small group size, the knowledge and professionalism of the guide and the very hard-working horsemen and cooks.
Julie Hewitt, USA, 2016
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The overall organisation was brilliant. I would say the best guides for me were in La Paz and the local guide in Uyuni. Also Oswaldo our trek guide and the whole organisation there were brilliant. The accommodation was fine – a little cold in Uyuni, but not much can be done about that! The food was very good all along and I had no troubles there at all.
Dorothee Duvaux, UK, 2016
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