If Bolivia isn’t on your radar, it should be! With diversity in abundance and natural wonders galore, you’ll have plenty to keep you busy.
You’ll have heard of the vast salt flats and no doubt seen incredible photos, but Bolivia has a lot more to offer. It’s the small town of Copacabana with its traditional culture and epic trout dishes and the crazy nature of La Paz that will surprise you and leave you with the best kinds of memories, the ones you weren’t expecting.
Check out some of the top destinations below …
Location: Southwest Bolivia
Highlights: The Salt Flats, the train graveyard, indigenous community of Colchani
Best time to visit: Year-round, rainy season (Dec-Mar) creates a mirror effect on the salt flats but July - Oct sees the most pleasant climate
Best way to see it: Guided tour, 4wd tour
2. La Paz
Location: West Bolivia, the de facto national capital
Highlights: Cable cars, the witches market, death road
Best time to visit: May-Oct are the driest months but you can visit year round
Best way to see it: Cable car, on foot, guided tour
Location: West Bolivia, on the shores of Lake Titicaca
Highlights: Lake Titicaca, sunsets, scenic walkways
Best time to visit: May-Oct for drier months but can visit year round
Best way to see it: On foot, by boat, guided tour
Titicaca and Bolivia Adventure - Chinchilla
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What's The Rush?
I’m not a triathlete, but I’m in decent shape and I’m not looking to experience a place just through a bus window. I’m happy to slow down on the trail, soak it in and breathe in the fresh air.
Sure, I own some hiking boots, they’re even worn in, but they don’t go on long trips. I like my creature comforts and I like to give a range of activities a go.
Earn Your Lunch
I stay active on vacation so that I can eat and drink what I like without feeling guilty. I season my trips with a little fresh exercise.
I’ll let my trusty guides sweat the small things, so I can focus on my goal. Getting to the top, reaching the end, achieving my dreams! Sure, it’ll be tough, but the views will be worth it.
I’ve put in the hard yards and now I get to reap the rewards. I’m a seasoned adventurer, not afraid to get my boots wet.
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There's so much more to Peru than Machu Picchu - the Chinchilla is our multi-activity, cultural immersion of Peru and its beautiful neighbour - Bolivia.