Explore the highland colonial cities of Sucre and Potosi, famous for their architecture and heritage.
Take a 4wd tour across the vast salt flats and enjoy the lunar type coloured desert landscapes of southern Bolivia.
Watch the sunrise over the vast shimmering high altitude Lake Titicaca, the brave can enjoy a dip in the chilly waters, with ice-covered peaks of the Cordillera real beyond.
Explore the worlds's highest capital city, La Paz. The city has many colourful local markets and a new network of cable cars.
See the lowland city of Santa Cruz gateway to Bolivia's low lying pampas and remote national parks.
There are several options for ways to extend the tour by adding a trip to the wildlife-rich Amazon rainforest, or go high and tackle a 6,000 metre peak.
The whole trip was very interesting, and organisation was very good. Their guides were all very knowledgeable and helpful, and no complaints about any of the hotels.
We were glad we added the Sajama extension - that was one of the most interesting parts of the trip.
Overall it's a well-thought out trip, and you definitely get to see a lot of the country. The place is fascinating - I think any geologist visiting Bolivia would be in heaven - and certainly lived up to expectations, especially the salt flats.
P. Powell, Bolivia tour
Arrive Santa Cruz or La Paz. Arrival transfer to hotel (B)
City tour Santa Cruz or La Paz, free time in afternoon, hotel (B)
Fly to Sucre, transfer to hotel. City tour in afternoon (B)
Free day Sucre, hotel (B)
Bus to Potosi, transfer to hotel (B)
Bus to Uyuni, transfer on arrival to hotel (B)
4×4 tour of Salar de Uyuni, Tayka Salt Hotel (B,L,D)
4×4 tour of Salar de Uyuni, Tayka Desert Hotel (B,L,D)
4×4 tour of Salar de Uyuni. Return to Uyuni, hotel (B,L)
Fly to La Paz, arrival transfer to hotel. Afternoon walking city tour (B)
Lake Titicaca, visit Sun Island. Hotel in Copacabana (B)
Return to La Paz, hotel (B)
Transfer to airport, tour ends or extension (B)
Domestic flights listed, local English-speaking guides for local tours, all tours and excursions are shared, transport in public or private vehicle as mentioned, meals as mentioned (B=b’fast, L=lunch, D=dinner), entry fees for sights/ national parks included in programme.
International flights (we can arrange these), airport tax, travel insurance, drinks and personal belongings, tips, alcoholic or soft drinks
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Prices From $2,450 / £1,976 per person
Dates: From March 2019 to November 2019
Duration: 15 days
Capacity: 16 people
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Dates: From March 2019 to December 2019
Duration: 3 days
Capacity: 4 people
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Dates: From January 2019 to January 2020
Duration: 5 days
Capacity: 30 people
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Duration: 17 days
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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
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A. Brown, USA, 2010
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