Tours to Bolivia and beyond. An experienced Holidays Please Travel Agent can help you plan your ideal holiday or choose from one of our pre-planned itineraries.
See animals in the wild or be a wild party animal. Peruse our featured highlights and see where your next adventure lies.
What to do in Bolivia
At 3,640m above sea level, La Paz could be the highlight of your Bolivian holiday. Make sure to see the Witches Market, stocked with colourful and unidentified powders, black magic paraphernalia and more. Take the Mi Teleferico cable car network for an unrivalled view of the city
Things to do in La Paz
Top Ten Hotels in La Paz, Bolivia
Budget Accommodation in La Paz, Bolivia
Madidi National Park
Home to over 1000 different species of birds, Madidi National Park is something of a mecca for twitchers from around the world. There are also 272 types of mammals, 204 reptiles, nearly 500 species of fish and over 120,000 types of insects. Add a network of jungle trails to hike and rivers to kayak.
Uyuni Salt Flats
Uyuni Salt Flats, the largest salt flats in the world. A number of hotels have been built in the area almost entirely built with salt blocks, including the walls, roof and even furniture. It’s worth considering a journey here when it’s wet when pools of water gather on the surface, reflecting the clouds so perfectly, that as you drive over it, it feels as though you are flying through the sky.
Need to know
Capital: Sucre (Judicial) / La Paz (Political)
Currency: Boliviano (Bs)
Languages: Spanish, Quechua, Aymara
Visa Requirement: Not required by UK nationals
Air Europa: LGW via MAD, 4 days per week
LATAM: LHR via GRU, 3 days per week