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The perfect trip for lovers of nature and culture. Uncover the Inca heritage of Peru at Machu Picchu and Lake Titicaca before heading to Bolivia to experience the otherworldly landscapes of Uyuni!

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Extraordinary Bolivia Tours & Holiday Packages

Looking for an unforgettable adventure in South America? Look no further than Exoticca’s Bolivia tours! 

From the stunning landscapes of the Andes to the bustling markets of La Paz, Bolivia has something for everyone. Our tours provide the perfect opportunity to explore this beautiful country with ease and comfort.

We offer options tailored to your interests and budget. Almost all of our packages contain flights, hotels, tours, and transfers, making your journey comfortable and stress-free.

Experience the magic of this fascinating country for yourself. With knowledgeable local guides and comfortable accommodations, you can sit back, relax, and let us take care of the details. 

Trips to Bolivia from the UK


Our Bolivia tours offer a unique opportunity to explore one of South America’s most culturally diverse countries. Nestled in the continent’s heart, it’s home to breathtaking landscapes, ancient ruins, vibrant markets, and colorful festivals

This landlocked country borders Peru, Brazil, Paraguay, Argentina, and Chile. It’s known for its high altitude, with much of its terrain above 9,800 feet (3,000 meters). 

Bolivia boasts some of the most stunning natural wonders in the world. Attractions include taking a Salar de Uyuni salt flats tour or visiting Lake Titicaca, the world’s highest navigable lake.

Our holidays departing from the UK offer a hassle-free way to explore this fascinating country. We provide comprehensive travel packages that include flights, hotels, tours, and transfers, so you can enjoy your trip without worrying about the logistics.

If you’re in the UK, our Bolivia tours from London are an excellent choice. Our packages offer an authentic experience with some of the most significant cultural landmarks in the country. 

Top points of interest in Bolivia

Whether you’re interested in exploring vibrant La Paz or hiking in the Andes, our tours have something for everyone. Join us on an adventure to Bolivia and discover the magic of this fascinating country.

La Paz

The capital is a must-visit destination for anyone interested in South American culture and history. With our La Paz Bolivia tour, you can explore this vibrant city’s unique blend of indigenous and colonial influences.

One of the top attractions in La Paz is the Witches Market. Here you can find traditional remedies and artifacts used in Andean spiritual practices. You’ll also want to visit the historic Plaza Murillo, surrounded by colonial buildings and the presidential palace.

La Paz isn’t just about history and culture; it’s also a hub for outdoor activities. Take a cable car to El Alto for stunning city views and surrounding mountains. Visit the Valle de la Luna for otherworldly landscapes.

Salar de Uyuni

The world’s most extensive salt flat in southwest Bolivia is one of the most surreal places on earth. The flat stretches for miles, and the vast crystalline salt bed looks stunning against the clear blue sky.

Visiting Salar de Uyuni is a unique and unforgettable experience. You’ll feel like you’re walking on clouds as you explore the seemingly endless expanse of white salt. 

Take perspective-defying photos that play tricks on the eye. Creative photography can make it appear like you’re levitating or tiny compared to the surrounding landscape.

A Bolivia Salt Flats tour will also take you to colorful lagoons, hot springs, geysers, and unique rock formations

It’s an excellent opportunity to learn about the local culture and traditions. Spend time with friendly locals in remote Andean villages for an authentic cultural experience.

Lake Titicaca

This stunning lake, shared with Peru, is the world’s highest navigable lake at 12,500 feet (3.81km). 

Lake Titicaca is renowned for its beauty and tranquility. Experience the breathtaking view of its crystal-clear waters, surrounded by snow-capped mountains.

Take some time for an authentic look at the rich cultural heritage of the indigenous communities. Visit the island of Taquile for a behind-the-scenes peek at their traditional weaving techniques. 

The lake is also home to the ancient ruins of Tiwanaku, a pre-Columbian archaeological site dating back to 400 BC. This historic site offers a glimpse into the fascinating history of the indigenous people who once inhabited the area.


Sucre, also known as the White City, is a charming and historic town in Bolivia that is worth a visit on your tour. This beautiful city is a UNESCO World Heritage Site famous for its colonial architecture, museums, and cultural events.

During your stay in Sucre, you can explore the charming streets and visit the Casa de la Libertad, where Bolivia’s Declaration of Independence was signed. You can also visit the Museum of Indigenous Art or relax in the Parque Bolivar.

Sucre is also a popular destination for foodies, with its vibrant markets and local cuisine. You can try some delicious street food or visit one of the many restaurants serving traditional Bolivian dishes.

Bolivia: Off the beaten track

While popular tourist destinations are worth exploring, many lesser known locales are also worth the visit. Our Bolivia tours offer the perfect balance of guided excursions and free time to explore independently.

Visit the charming colonial city of Sucre, known for its beautiful architecture and museums that showcase the country’s history. Head to the Yungas region to trek through lush jungle landscapes and discover hidden waterfalls.

Explore the remote and rugged Bolivian Amazon, where you can encounter exotic wildlife and learn about the customs of indigenous communities.

Our Bolivia tours showcase the country’s main tourist attractions and lesser-known treasures. Experience the freedom of exploring hidden gems while enjoying the comfort and convenience of a guided outing.

Book your trip to Bolivia with Exoticca


We take care of all the logistics and paperwork for Bolivia tours so you can focus on enjoying your trip. Our expertly crafted itineraries cater to all interests and budgets, ensuring a memorable journey.

All included: Flights, hotels, tours & transfers

At Exoticca, we believe holidays should be relaxing and hassle-free. Planning a voyage abroad can be overwhelming and take considerable time and effort. That’s why we care for everything when planning trips to Bolivia from the UK.

Our packages differ according to your travel wishes and budget. Most of our comprehensive travel solutions include flight bookings, accommodation, destination transfers, and tours

Please note that not all of our packages have meals. Remember to confirm your itinerary and all amenities included before confirming your booking.

Bolivia trips partially or fully guided

Bolivia offers a wealth of experiences, and our packages help you make the most of every destination. Choose the option that best suits your preferences, with options for guided, semi- or fully escorted, or independent group tours

Our local guides are experts in showcasing the best of Bolivia. Our partial and independent group tours are ideal if you prefer more flexibility. They allow you to explore each site at your own pace

Alternatively, opt for a private tour and work with our expert travel agents to create a personalized itinerary. Exoticca’s digital itinerary app provides 24/7 assistance during your trip if you have a compatible device with internet connectivity.

Crafted by our own travel experts

At Exoticca, we believe customer safety is as important as providing an exceptional travel experience. That’s why we work exclusively with local guides who know the area inside and out. 

Our team of experts hand-pick the top destinations and experiences, ensuring each itinerary is designed with your safety in mind.

Our local guides are passionate about their country and are committed to providing an authentic and immersive travel experience. With in-depth knowledge of the local culture and traditions, they can recommend the best places to visit, eat, and explore.

Safety is a top priority for our customers, especially in uncertain times. That’s why we go above and beyond to ensure you can relax and enjoy your Bolivia holiday package worry-free

Frequently Asked Questions

When is the best month to visit Bolivia?


Bolivia is a year-round destination. The rainy season makes for good birdwatching and wildlife spotting in the Amazon rainforests and lowlands. Visit from May to October to enjoy trekking and hiking in dryer weather. 

How many days are enough for Bolivia?


The number of days needed to visit Bolivia depends on your travel wishlist. A week to ten days would be enough to cover the main attractions. Plan a more extended trip if you want a more in-depth cultural experience.

Do you need a visa to visit Bolivia?


US, UK, and Canadian citizens need a visa to visit Bolivia. Obtain your copy before or on arrival.

Is Bolivia tourist friendly?


Yes, it’s generally a tourist-friendly country. As always, taking precautions and being aware of your surroundings is essential, particularly in crowded areas and cities.

What is Bolivia famous for?


Bolivia is famous for its diverse landscapes, including the Andes, the Amazon rainforest, and the Salar de Uyuni salt flats. It’s also known for its rich cultural heritage, traditional crafts, and textiles.

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A country of extremes, ranging from rainforested lowlands to snow-capped Andean peaks, Bolivia is a favourite of adventure travellers. This high-altitude destination is known for its natural wonders and its gravity-defying metropolis of La Paz. A landlocked nation, surrounded by Brazil, Peru, Chile, Argentina and Paraguay, Bolivia is home to one of the largest indigenous populations in South America, allowing visitors on a tour of Bolivia, to experience unrivalled cultural insights, surrounded by pristine and unique landscapes. 

Although La Paz is Bolivia’s most widely known and largest city, it is, in fact, Sucre, in the south of the country, which claims the title of capital. Whether your idea of the perfect trip involves scaling heady Andean peaks, trekking through the rainforested Amazon basin or soaking up the local culture in one of Santa Cruz’s eminent museums, a holiday to Bolivia is sure to be a high-energy, yet rewarding, venture. 

Foodies enthusiastic to tantalise their tastebuds can feast on a variety of traditional delicacies in La Paz, home to a thriving food scene, whilst those who fancy a tipple can explore the wineries of the fertile region of Tarija, known for its wine production. A true gem of South America, Bolivia invites you to get in touch with your sense of adventure. 


History of Bolivia

Bolivia was once part of the mighty Inca Empire, which Lake Titicaca, rich in Inca heritage and an unmissable stop on a tour of Bolivia, lays testament to. In earlier history, Bolivia was home to the great empire of Tiwanaku, one of the most influential civilisations in the Andes. On a tour of Bolivia today you can visit the ancient ruins of the city of Tiwanaku in the west of the country. In 1533, Spanish conquistadors conquered the Inca Empire and, after finding precious silver reserves in Bolivia, it became a valuable source of wealth for the Spanish Empire who founded cities such as La Paz, Cochabamba and Oruro

Due to the enforced labour imposed on the indigenous population a general feeling of unrest exploded into full-scale rebellions and uprisings against the conquistadors in the 18th-century. The Great Rebellion of Bolivia was ultimately unsuccessful and was crushed by 1782, but in 1809 there emerged a more organised rebellion, coinciding with the Napoleonic Wars in Europe

Following 16 years of war, a Bolivian Republic was declared in 1825, named in honour of the South American liberator, Simon Bolivar. The 20th-century saw an increase in tin mining, replacing the prominence of silver in Bolivia, but the conditions of the general population were poor, despite the relative prosperity of the country as a whole. In 1952 a revolution, led by the Revolutionary Nationalists Movement, introduced reformed to improve the quality of life of the masses, but this was not long-lived. The remainder of the century played host to many more coups and political instability. Democracy in Bolivia was finally restored in 1997. 


Nature in Bolivia

Bolivia is huge; in fact, it’s the fifth largest country in South America and boasts some of the most diverse landscapes imaginable. If you’re looking to step outside of your comfort zone and witness some of the world’s most unique natural wonders, then a trip to Bolivia is for you. Here, you can experience climatic zones ranging from humid and tropical to knee-knocking cold in just one day. A holiday to Bolivia is also a great eco-travel choice as the country famously protects its wildlife and pristine landscapes with the ‘Law of Rights of Mother Earth’

The breathtaking Salar de Uyuni is perhaps the most famous natural attraction in Bolivia. Exquisitely photogenic and simply otherworldly, these salt flats, which stretch for over 4000 square miles, are the largest in the world. Formed from ancient lakes, your experience when visiting Salar de Uyuni can vary depending on the time of year. During the seasonal rains, the flats transform into a mirror-like surface, reflecting the crisp Andean skies. 

At other times, you’ll encounter a salty, textured landscape, like something from another planet. Talking of out of space, the Valley of the Moon is another must-see sight on a package holiday to Bolivia.  A Mars-like landscape with strange rock formations, it is a popular hiking destination. You cannot visit Bolivia without making the journey to Lake Titicaca, the famous body of water that Bolivia shares with neighbouring Peru. The highest navigable lake in the world, situated at an amazing 12,500 feet above sea level in the Andes, most visit Lake Titicaca to unearth its fascinating Inca heritage. In the north of the country, you’ll find the Amazon basin, home to unique wildlife such as pink river dolphins. Other native wildlife includes the elusive jaguar, the spectacled bear and the iconic Guanaco, a llama-like animal found in the Altiplano. 


Culture in Bolivia

The indigenous peoples of the Andes and lowlands make up a large proportion of the country’s population, thus their traditions and ways of life are integral parts of Bolivian culture. Being such a multi-cultural country, Bolivia has an amazing 36 official languages, besides Spanish. Culture is proudly celebrated and if you stay in a city or town when you visit Bolivia you’re sure to feel as is street celebrations and parades are a constant feature of Bolivian life. It’s true that Bolivians love to celebrate, whether it be a religious ceremony, a commemoration of an important historical date or a festival in honour of a much-loved deity. If you travel to Bolivia you’re sure to notice the colourful nature of everyday life; from the vibrant clothing of the locals to the live music played in city plazas and the national arts and crafts scene. Santa Cruz is known as the centre of Bolivian art so be sure to visit if you’re interested in the artistic traditions of Bolivia’s indigenous cultures. 

A dream destination for those with a sense of adventure, a holiday to Bolivia is a chance to explore isolated Andean communities and witness the wildness of nature at first hand. Bolivia stands out amongst other South American countries for its remoteness, which is surely part of its appeal. 

  • Entry requirements

    Passport with at least six months validity.

  • Visa

    No visa is required to enter the country.

  • Time zone

    GMT - 04:00

  • Currency

    Bolivian Boliviano

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  • Electricity

    220V, 60 Hz

  • Health

    Please consult your doctor regarding the vaccination against yellow fever and malaria prophylaxis. Travellers over 60 years must consult their doctor as the Yellow Fever vaccine can have serious side effects.

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