South America bears something truly magical. On the east, tropical jungle and infinite pampas and on the west, the longest continental mountain range in the world, the Andes. Right there, in the Altiplano plateau lies one of the few landlocked countries, the truly astonishing, Bolivia.

Ideal for those seeking less touristy destinations and unique eye-opening experiences, the country that owes its name to the Liberator, Simón Bolívar is unique in its own cultural diversity, perfectly combining the modern life with its pre-Colombian heritage.

Nature at its best

In Bolivia, you will be able to explore nature at its best whether this means exotic bird watching in the Amazon, jaguar spotting in the wild or flamingoes in the spectacular salt flat, Salar de Uyuni. At the same time, you will witness the ancient Andean customs, still evident in everyday life, the numerous cultural festivals -such as the Carnival of Oruro – and Aymara language, the second official language after Spanish.

Among the Incas...

Prepare to visit the world’s highest capital at an elevation of 3.650m, La Paz (or Chuqi Yapu in Aymara) an ancient Inca settlement on a major trading route, the colonial 16th-century city, Sucre, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and taste the unique flavors that this great country has to offer.

Whether on a budget or simply interested in something off the beaten track; Bolivia will definitely reward you. Check out our bespoke itineraries and get ready to explore one of the most enchanting places on earth.

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