From the ice-capped peaks of the Andes to vast savannahs, and the lush Amazon rainforest, luxury Bolivia holidays are destined to captivate. From its rugged mountainous landscape and fascinating culture, Bolivia holidays are ideal for visitors seeking a true and authentic adventure. The country is dominated by the great Altiplano from north to south and the further east you travel, you find yourself in steaming jungles and vast wetlands that run along the Brazilian border.
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POCKET GUIDE TO BOLIVIA
Bolivia holidays must include Uyuni. Standing in stark contrast to its arid surroundings, the flats act as the gateway to the world’s largest salt flats, Salar de Uyuni. One of the most remarkable vistas in Bolivia, these flats sit in the windswept Altiplano plateau of the Andes mountains, thousands of metres above sea level and covering over 12,000 square kilometres. Expansive and otherworldly, the salt pans are set against a backdrop of lagoons, flamingos, and boundless skies. Their far-reaching landscapes invite exhilarating 4×4 and biking explorations.
Bolivia’s largest city, located in the Andean foothills and intersected by the Pirai River, differentiates itself with a tropical savannah climate, beautiful wildlife, a buzzing nightlife, and unique culture. The bustling metropolis is a city of contrasts. High-end restaurants operate alongside local street vendors, colonial architecture blends with native art and traditional outfits stand proud amongst the latest fashions. Spot monkeys and sloths as you stroll through Jardin Botanico or rent a boat on the lagoon at Parque El Arenal.
Declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1991 and recognised in the constitution as Bolivia’s capital, Sucre is set in a mountain-enveloped valley and is characterised by its colonial-style, whitewashed buildings. With an abundance of churches and museums, there is plenty to see and do. For stunning views of the city and surrounding valleys, climb up to La Recoleta. A trip to Sucre wouldn’t be complete without a visit to its colourful, lively markets: Mercado Central and Mercado Campesino.
The seat of Bolivia’s government and treasury, La Paz is the country’s third most populous city. With a striking backdrop of snow-capped mountains, the cosmopolitan metropolis is brimming with cafes, museums, galleries, churches and cathedrals, inviting you to explore its rich culture and captivating history. Cultural hotspots include Iglesia de San Francisco, Calle Jaén, Valle de la Luna and Salar Galería de Arte. For a spectacular, bird’s-eye view of the city, ride on the world’s highest cable car: Mi Teleferico.