Bolivia At A Glance

Bolivia is a land of high altitude, with both the world’s highest capital and the world’s highest lake. There are extremes aplenty, with exotic jungle, snowy mountains, and vast salt flats, as well as colonial and ancient histories to explore. Be good and do good as well: you can help children caught in a bizarre system lead semi-normal lives and help them reach their potential.

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Key Highlights in Bolivia

    • Be fulfilled as you help children forced to live in La Paz’s San Pedro prison
    • Explore the extraordinary salt flats of Uyuni
    • Encounter flamingos in the salt flats
    • Search for jaguar in the jungle
    • Cycle the “world’s most dangerous road”
    • Sightsee in La Paz – visit the Coca Museum and the Valley of the Moon
    • Discover more about the Mayan culture in Lake Titicaca
    • Enjoy breathtaking scenery on Sun Island
    • Visit the pre-Incan Tiwaniku ruins
    • Marvel at the colonial gems of Sucre and Potosi
    • Go deep into the Potosi silver mine and meet the miners

Sample Pricing

The price for a 10 day trip to Bolivia costs from $5,215 (£4,215, €4,945) per person, staying in 5* luxury accommodation. Flights are excluded, but we can arrange these for you.

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Useful Information

Flight Time from UK
16 hours via Madrid or USA
Flight Time from New York
11 hours via Miami
Flight Time from San Francisco
15.5 hours via Miami
Time Zone
GMT -6 hours
When to Visit
May Jun Jul Aug Sep

Eco-luxury Hotels

Hotel Tayka del Desierto - Uyuni

Hotel Tayka del Desierto

The setting for this hotel is arguably the most incredible in Bolivia and it is really this location, at altitude in the Uyuni salt desert, more than the property itself that is so inspiring.This remot...

Stone Hotel - Uyuni

Stone Hotel

Situated in the west of the Uyuni salt lake, the unique Stone Hotel is constructed of local stone and volcanic sand. The ceilings are made of traditional straw that is common to the local Andean communitie...

Madidi Jungle Ecolodge - Potosi

Madidi Jungle Ecolodge

The Madidi National Park is home to some of the country’s best, and certainly most diverse, wildlife. The lodge was started by some indigenous families in local Amazonian communities and as such is one o...

Chalalán Ecolodge - Rurrenabarque

Chalalán Ecolodge

Chalalán Ecolodge is Bolivia’s leading community-based ecotourism project. Built entirely from natural rainforest materials, the lodge’s simple and elegant huts surround the lovely oxbow lake, Laguna ...

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