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Amboro National Park and Samaipata

Can be done at a 2 DAYS AND 1 NIGHT trip, on DAY 1 travel in the morning, it is a 2 hour trip, to the Mataracú Tent Camp, at arrival they welcome us and give us an orientation talk.

Our Suggestions for a La Paz Stopover

LA PAZ CITY has won the title of One of 7 the Wonder Cities of the World, its mos important attractions are the Witches Market, San Francisco Basilica, Murillo Square, the municipal museums at Jaen Street.

Santa Cruz and Tarija, City Stopovers

Two of the most promoted cities for new alternatives in tourism in Bolivia are definetly Santa Cruz and Tarija.

Trekking Bolivia – Inka Trails in Bolivia

Bolivia might be one of your best options for trekking activities since has villages and communities in the most isolated areas of the Andes, during the Inca and pre-Inca times locals...

Tourist Attractions in Sorata

Sorata is a nice colonial village on a hillside beneath the snow-capped peaks of Illampu and Ancohuma, the Valley is at 2,700 meters above sea level...

Rurrenabaque: Jungle or Pampas?

The Bolivian Amazon can be visited from the city of La Paz, there are daily connections to Rurrenabaque, which is called the “Gateway of the Amazon”.

San Francisco Church in La Paz – Bolivia

The most important historical building of La Paz is the San Francisco church, started in the mid-eighteenth century to replace an old church of the sixteenth century, as the first attempts to raise a temple dating back to 1549.

Salt Hotels in Uyuni

Image 40,000 years ago, a giant prehistoric lake eventually dried out and created two smaller lakes, Poopó Lake and Uru Uru Lake as well as two salt deserts, Salar de Coipasa and Uyuni; many adventurers are amazed by beauty of the endless white flats.

Some Additional Tips for your Travel to Bolivia

A valid passport with an expiration date 6 months after your return. Check the list of countries requiring visas. Before traveling check with the consulate of Bolivia in your country.