Bolivia Sightseeing Tours

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Bolivia Sightseeing Tours

Find your Bolivia sightseeing tour in minutes...

Bolivia Sightseeing Tours

One of the most secluded and underrated travel destinations in the world, Bolivia is a country like no other. Offering up surreal landscapes, unique cultures, fun-filled festivals, vibrant cities, bustling markets and adrenaline pumping activities, it’s not a question of what to see and do in Bolivia. Rather, it’s a question of knowing which sights and experiences simply cannot be missed.

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Small Group Adventures

Small group tours are a fantastic way to experience Bolivia, they will ensure that you get exactly what you are looking to get out of your Bolivia adventure while not having to worry about all the tedious bits like organising travel and finding the best places to stay.

There are a large amount of tour providers that operate in Bolivia and they will all offer a varied range of tours to suit the needs of all of their customers, but all tours will give you a more rounded experience than just moving from one attraction to the next.

During your trip you will be taken to all of the great sightseeing spots that Bolivia has to offer including the Salar de Uyuni, the Atacama Desert, Lake Titicaca along with city stops in cultural hotspots like La Paz.

One of the major benefits of group travel is that you will be travelling with people like minded and spirited people, it is not unusual for guests to make life long friends on a Bolivia sightseeing tour.

Favourite Sightseeing Destinations In Bolivia

Bolivia Salt Flats

Salar de Uyuni

Salar de Uyuni is the world’s largest salt flat and by far and away Bolivia’s main attraction. It is vast, an expanse of white salt stretches over 10,500km and is so large that it is one of the few things on earth that can be seen from space.

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Valle de la Luna

Valle de la Luna

The Valle de la Luna is located in the Atacama Desert and is an other worldly landscape with amazing geological formations that have been eroded by the passage of time.

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Lake Titicaca

Lake Titicaca

This is the highest navigable lake in the world, and the birthplace of the Inca religion. Spanning the border between Peru and Bolivia, Titicaca has been central to various ancient civilisations for centuries.

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How To Choose Your Perfect Bolivia Tour

Before you begin searching for your Bolivia sightseeing holiday, it may be wise to make a few bullet points to highlight what you want to get out of your trip, and what your constraints may be. Most tour providers will have a filter option that will enable you to narrow your search based on key criteria, so this is quite a useful exercise. Some key points to consider:

Duration - Small group tours to Bolivia can range from just a few days to a couple of weeks and even longer if you want to incorporate other countries along the way. If you are limited to a two weeks, there is little point researching trips that exceed this. Equally, if you are fortunate enough not to be constrained by time, keep your search criteria open ended as this may present you with choices that you have not considered.

Fitness Level - While sightseeing tours are generally suited to all levels of fitness, it may be worth paying a little attention to the operators fitness guide. All tours will require the most basic level of fitness but some destinations on the itinerary may require a little more. Most tour companies will have a simple activity rating so you can identify tours that suit you, but if you are unsure, take the time to read the detailed itinerary or speak with a tour advisor who will always be very happy to help.

Accommodation - Tour operators will offer a range of tours that may seem very similar but with varied budgets. The main reason for this is the level of comfort that will be afforded. If you are somebody who prefers life’s little luxuries, make sure that you spend five minutes reading the detailed itinerary in relation to transport methods and accommodation.

Bolivia Tour FAQ's

What Is Included On A Tour To Bolivia

Inclusions vary between tour providers but generally speaking all accommodation and travel during your trip, including internal flights, transfers and public transports are included. You will be responsible for arranging your flights and visa to Bolivia, but if you need help all reputable tour providers will be available to assist.

During your trip there will be some pre-arranged evening meals that will also be included along with dinners and lunches when you are visiting more remote destinations.

If you are booking a trip that involves visiting pay to enter attractions these will also be included as will all equipment needed to enjoy activities.

Should you be in doubt what is and may not be included your chosen tour operator will usually have a detailed itinerary of the trip in which inclusions & exclusions are detailed. If you need further clarification get in contact with the tour operator via their contact page and they will be happy to advise further.

How Fit Do I Need To Be

Obviously this depends very much on the tour style that you are booking. If you are booking a hiking and trekking tour there will be considerably more physical exertion than if you are booking a relaxing week at Lake Titicaca.

Bolivia tour operators are aware that this is a common concern for their customers and usually have some form of physical rating associated with the tour in question. That said, it may certainly be a good idea to clarify with the tour operator directly as concessions or adaptations can be made if you have particular concerns.

How Much Does A Bolivia Tour Cost

Trips to Bolivia come in many forms and all with different costs associated with them. Obviously duration forms the major part of the cost but also the activities included and your preferred travel style.

The larger tour operators will have very similar tours but with variances to accommodate all budgets, i.e. budget v luxury accommodation, public v private transport etc etc.

Generally speaking tours range between £1,500 to £8,000.

I'm Travelling Solo, Will I Be Welcome

Small group tours are generally open to everybody and are perfectly suited to solo travellers. You will always be welcome to join a small group and operators will offer to match you with another traveller of the same sex to share accommodation so that you don't suffer single supplement costs. This is only an option and if you prefer to have private accommodation it will be provided.

If you are a little worried about who will be on your tour please contact the tour provider directly and an advisor will be able to give you details of age ranges and sex of your potential travel partners. If you do not think you are well suited to a particular tour, the advisor will be able to match you with another that you will be more comfortable with.

How Big Are Group Sizes

This will vary depending on your destination and tour operator, but generally, tours will range from 6 to 16 persons and average 12.