BOLIVIA, a Stunning Country Bursting With Surprises. Bolivia is a land of superlatives - it's South America's highest, most isolated and rugged nation and boasts some of the world's driest, saltiest and swampiest
natural landscapes. This landlocked country is home to indigenous women in bowler hats, charming colonial cities, and striking landscapes - including some of the
highest peaks in the Andes, the deep blue waters of Lake Titicaca, the vast and breathtaking salt flats of Salar de Uyuni and the wildlife-rich tropical jungles.
The stunning scenery and hospitable people more than compensate for the simpler accommodation outside the main cities and the unpaved roads in some remote areas.
If you like, a visit to Bolivia, embark on an escorted tour and discover the heart of this unique country on an unforgettable adventure combined with travel to Chile and Peru.
Our Bolivia specialists have thoroughly explored this dramatic country and will carefully plan your itinerary for a truly individual tailor-made trip. See our sample itineraries and find out which itinerary will suit you best.
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Bolivia is the land of towering mountain ranges, seemingly unending salt plains, and sweltering jungle. Abundant in charm, friendliness and awe-inspiring natural beauty, Bolivia also offers travellers a fascinating glimpse into its history through the numerous traditions and festivals upheld by its various indigenous groups. Whilst Bolivia may not have caught up with its South American rivals in terms of investment into tourist infrastructure, it is worth the occasional difficulty of navigating your way to discover one of the continent’s most interesting countries.
Although Bolivia is a country of climatic extremes, it is a destination that can be visited all year. The best time to visit the highland areas is April to October - this is the cooler winter period, but it should be dry with plenty of sunshine. In the southern Altiplano, the sky will be blue but it will be very cold, dropping to well below below freezing at night. The summer rainy season from November to March can cause some disruption on the roads, but travel is still possible, and the lower visitor numbers are a bonus of visiting at this time. The eastern lowlands, including Santa Cruz and the Amazon, enjoy warm temperatures year round.