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Embark on our most popular group tours of Bolivia and explore the country's key attractions and to many hidden gems throughout South America. Whether you’re captivated by the bustling energy of La Paz or the tranquil beauty of Lake Titicaca and its picturesque town of Copacabana, our tours promise unforgettable experiences for every traveller.

Join our extended expeditions to Bolivia, where you’ll benefit from fully escorted services and ample opportunities for guided sightseeing. Enjoy comfortable accommodations, with many tours also venturing into neighbouring countries like Brazil, Chile, Peru, Argentina, and more! Additionally, solo travellers can often join without extra charges by opting to share a room with another solo traveller of the same gender.

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Discover Bolivia with your friends and family on a private journey tailored just for you. Reach out to us today to find out more!

Immerse yourself in our tailored private itineraries in Bolivia, meticulously designed to showcase both renowned landmarks and off-the-beaten-path treasures. Our private tours also extend into neighbouring countries like Brazil, Argentina, Chile, and more! Experience all the benefits of our group tours - including expert-guided sightseeing, premium accommodations, and seamless transportation - while enjoying the flexibility and intimacy of a personalized adventure.

Why visit Bolivia with On The Go Tours?

La Paz to Potosi. Lake Titicaca and Copacabana to the Uyuni Salt Flats. Rich green landscapes, crystal salt flats, and historic cobbled streets. Book a guided Bolivia package tour with On The Go Tours.

Bolivia is a land of superlatives - it's South America's highest, most isolated, and rugged nation and boasts some of the world's driest, saltiest, and swampiest natural landscapes. Add to this one of the largest indigenous populations on the continent and you have an adventurous traveller's paradise. It's also a surprising food destination with a varied range of dishes. Delights of Bolivian cuisine include everything from mouth-watering dark chocolate and chorizo sandwiches, to the somewhat unusual llama tenderloin and pacay, a fruit that tastes like ice cream.

Visit La Paz on our Bolivia trips. It's one of the world's highest capitals, home to fabulous museums. Haggle in traditional street markets, marvel at the stunning views over the city, and meet up with the Aymara Indians as you pass through the Bolivian Highlands. Ride over La Paz in a cable car, cruise Lake Titicaca and admire the amazing scenery of the Andes mountain range. Bolivia is a land of contrast, waiting to be discovered. Book your tour package today!

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Lofty La Paz is the capital and one of the main highlights for travellers to Bolivia. The majority of our Bolivia tours take in the city on a half day tour, as well as Lake Titicaca. If you'd like to explore the vast Uyuni Salt Flats, then our 20-day Argentina, Atacama & Andes itinerary is the one for you! Uyuni is home to the world's largest salt flat, which stretches for more than 12,000 square kilometres!

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Highlights of Bolivia

Uyuni Salt Flats

The world's largest salt flats stretch for more than 12,000 square kilometres, a vast expanse of barren white nothingness. If you happen to visit after rainfall, you'll find yourself in a daze as the reflections from the salt make it difficult to determine where the sky ends and the land begins. The red lagoon of Laguna Colorada is also worth a visit.

La Paz

You won't want to over-exert yourself in the sprawling city of La Paz, the world's highest capital. It can take a few days to get used to the thin air, but when you do you will want to head out and explore. Ride a cable car over the city, browse the weird and wonderful wares at the La Paz witches market, and enjoy the city's surprisingly good restaurants and nightlife scene.

Lake Titicaca

Bolivia shares the world's highest navigable lake with Peru, and no visit to the two countries is complete without a boat trip. On the Peruvian side, the reed islands of the Uros are a must-visit, and on the Bolivian side of the lake, you can explore the whitewashed town of Copacabana and the Inca ruins of Isla del Sol.

Potosi

Colonial Potosi was founded by the Spanish in the 1540s, and much of its grand colonial architecture remains intact. This beautiful city is also known for its silver, and there are numerous cooperative silver mines still in operation, which are a must-visit for travellers.

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