Epic landscapes and ancient cultures with your own private guide

Bolivia sits smack bang in the middle of some of South America’s giants – both in terms of size and popularity. However, it more than holds it own thanks to its incredible diversity. This is where you’ll find Andean highlands, Amazon jungle, expansive plains and thousands of square miles of salt flats.

It is a special place where one can travel from the world’s highest navigable lake (Lake Titicaca) to the world’s highest capital city, perhaps stopping off for lunch at ancient ruins that pre-date the Incas (Tiwanaku) and fall asleep to the sound of spider monkeys in the Amazon rainforest.

  • Explore the vibrant markets and lofty city of La Paz.
  • Learn about the fascinating lifestyle of the sacred Lake Titicaca’s indigenous communities.
  • Traverse the surreal and magical Uyuni Salt Flats of the south west.
  • Visit the high plains and colonial splendour of Sucre.

Our amazing, hand-picked local guides will help you make sure that you enjoy the very best of Bolivia. It is a hugely exciting country to travel in and visitors will be rewarded with a true adventure and some of the most profound and
spectacular landscapes on the continent.

Whether it’s a short stopover, flying visit or fully-fledged grand tour of Bolivia, we can put together an itinerary to your exact tastes and preferences. A holiday to Bolivia is often best combined with its neighbouring countries of Peru or Chile (or both) for breadth of lodgings, culture and terrain. We can plan every step of your trip so you can enjoy the tremendous adventure and fantastic sights of Bolivia knowing that Jacada Travel are taking care of all the details.

 

Bolivia has some of the most epic scenery in South America. Visiting Salar de Uyuni is like being on another planet with a never ending blanket of white interspersed with beautiful volcanoes and bright multi-coloured lakes. In the wet season it’s hard to distinguish where the sky and land meet.  

Lily Bunker
Travel Designer

Inspiring destinations in Bolivia

Need to Know

  • is the local time
  • Boliviano is the local currency
  • Sucre is the capital city
  • Salteñas is Bolivia's national dish
  • Santa Cruz de la Sierra is the country's largest city

When to go

May to October is the best time to visit Bolivia, as dry weather and warmer temperatures are the norm. The Bolivian winter and the highlands are usually very cold, with temperatures dropping below freezing in the desert at night, particularly in June and July.

 
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Where will you venture?

Whatever you want your luxury tour or safari itinerary to include, we’ll create something fully bespoke for you… and only you.