Welcome to Bolivia !
Visit Bolivia, and explore elegant colonial architecture, imposing mountains (the Andes cover a third of the country’s landmass) and otherworldly desert landscapes. And with 36 distinct ethnic groups, Bolivia’s population is as diverse as its scenery. Some 62% of Bolivians hail from indigenous groups, the highest percentage in South America. This deep link with the pre-Colombian past manifests itself in the architecture, the music and the prevalence of the Quechua and Aymara languages.
Our Bolivia travel packages encompass the country’s rich pre-Columbian and colonial history. You can’t fail to be charmed by this unique, rugged, superlatively beautiful mixture of a country.Take a look to our La Paz Bolivia tours too.
When to Visit Bolivia
May – October is high season, and an excellent time to visit Bolivia. Sunny days and minimal rainfall make for excellent conditions for outdoor-bound Bolivia tours!
November – April brings the rainy season. Avoid the lowlands, which suffer the brunt of the bad weather, but take advantage of the rain by taking a luxury Bolivia tour to Salar de Uyuni. Rainy season is the only time of year that you can witness the ethereal “mirror effect”, when the land and the sky seem to blend into one!
Choose from our list of tours below or Contact Us to discuss your interests. Pie Experiences is your go to travel expert for vacations to South America. We guarantee quality vacations that will exceed your expectations.Top Bolivia travel destinations.
The world’s highest capital city will leave you breathless in more ways than one! Visit Bolivia ‘s mountain-top metropolis, where sharp-suited businessmen brush shoulders with Cholita women wearing traditional bowler hats and long braids. Take a cable car to the top of El Alto, the city’s highest point, and observe how the architecture changes as you climb further up the mountain. Browse for spells and have your fortune told in the infamous Mercado de Brujas (witch market). For the brave, our tailor made holidays in Bolivia can include a vertiginous mountain bike ride down the infamous Death Road! Finally, history buffs will love the awesome pre-Inca site of Tiahuanaco, located just over an hour from La Paz. Take a look to our La Paz tours.
Uyuni Salt Flat – Salar de Uyuni
The unique landscape of the legendary Salar de Uyuni will make you question whether the salt flats are truly of this Earth. In the dry season (May – October), the dazzling whiteness as far as the eye can see offers ample opportunities to get creative with perspective to take unique and surreal photographs. In contrast, the rainy season (November – April) creates the ethereal “mirror effect”, where the sea and sky seem to become one. Our custom Bolivia travel packages can include one, two or three days in the salt flats!
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Sajama National Park
The ultimate in “off the beaten track”, Bolivia’s oldest national park offers some of the best trekking that the Andes have to offer. With our Bolivia holiday packages, you can visit snowcapped volcanoes, bubbling geysers and some of the highest forest in the world. The Aymara people have lived in the park for thousands of years, and their influence is clearly visible in the ancient burial sites and mysterious artifacts that dot the landscape. You can also enjoy meeting Andean wildlife: the Sajama National Park is home to thousands of llamas, vicuñas and alpacas, as well as numerous species unique to the region.Join us in our 5 day trip from La Paz to Uyuni through Sajama National Park.
Why not include the country’s most beautiful city in your tailor made holiday to Bolivia? Admire the whitewashed houses with traditional red roof tiles and beautiful bright white churches that have earned Sucre the nickname of the “white city”, and catch glimpses of the surrounding mountains whose natural beauty complements the breathtaking architecture. Don’t miss the well-preserved colonial city centre and the Tarabuco Market on Sundays, which was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1991.
- A Walking Tour of Sucre’s greatest Colonial Architecture
- The Top Ten to See & Do in Sucre
- Experience Bolivia’s colourful Tarabuco Market
- Great Sucre Video drone by Champagne roads
During your Visit Bolivia , you should do not forget to visito one of the fastest-growing cities in the world, Santa Cruz is sometimes referred to as Bolivia’s “other capital”. Santa Cruz boasts its own unique culture, perhaps due to its low altitude and tropical climate, so different to other Bolivian cities. Santa Cruz is also Bolivia’s most modern city, boasting smart shopping malls and carefully landscaped parks. It’s therefore a great place to start your Bolivia luxury tour, in order to ease yourself into the Bolivian way of life!
Charming Potosi is the highest city in the world! It was also once the height of the economy of the Spanish Empire, after the conquistadores discovered the rich silver deposits in Cerro Rico mountain. Although most of the silver has long since gone, the mines remain in operation and most Bolivia travel packages will include a visit to this fascinating site of living history. The architecture of the city shines as brightly as its precious metals; the colonial architecture is so exquisite that the entire city was declared a World Heritage Site in 1987!
- Potosi Mines
- Mercury & Silver mining in the Colonial Atlantic
- How silver turned Potosí into ‘the first city of capitalism
Visit Bolivia with us!
Choose from our list of tours below or Contact Us to discuss your interests. Pie Experiences is your go to travel expert for vacations to South America. We guarantee quality vacations that will exceed your expectations.
Good to Know
Visa in not needed for South America and Occidental Europe. North American needs visa
Spanish, Quechua, Aymara, Guarani
Visit Bolivia, and explore elegant colonial architecture, imposing mountains (the Andes cover a third of the country’s landmass) and otherworldly desert landscapes. And with 36 distinct ethnic groups, Bolivia’s population is as diverse as its scenery.