Discover Bolivia 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 in the continent and you have an adventurous traveller's paradise. It's also a surprising food destination with a varied range of dishes from the mouthwatering with dark chocolate and chorizo sandwiches, to the somewhat unusual with llama tenderloin and pacay, a fruit that tastes like ice-cream.Read More
Visit La Paz, one of the world's highest capitals and spend time in world-class museums, haggle in traditional street markets, marvel at the stunning views over the city and meet up with the Ayamara Indian's as you pass through the Bolivian Highlands. Discover all this and more on our group tours departing in 2019 and 2020.
Upcoming Bolivia Trips in 2019 & 2020
|Amazon, Incas & Titicaca - 14 days||Lima, Peru||12 Oct 2019||USD $3,756 was $4,695 20% off|||
|Cusco to Santiago Overlander - 32 Days||Cusco, Peru||31 Aug 2019||USD $2,595|||
|Machu Picchu & Lake Titicaca - 12 Days||Cusco, Peru||31 Aug 2019||USD $1,080|||
|Peru Encompassed - 20 days||Lima, Peru||01 Sep 2019||USD $4,995|||
|Highlights of South America - 21 days||Rio de Janeiro, Brazil||09 Sep 2019||USD $6,595|||
Our Bolivia Tours
Our Bolivia Trip Types
Bolivia Group ToursView 6 Group Tours
Our small group tours in Bolivia have an average of 12 travellers and are accompanied by a tour leader throughout. Staying in comfortable hotels and travelling by private vehicle you'll experience some of the highlights of Bolivia.
Bolivia Overland AdventuresView 4 Overland Adventures
Discover the wild natural beauty of Bolivia on an Overland Adventure, from lofty La Paz and sacred Isla del Sol on Lake Titicaca, to the glimmering salt flats of Uyuni and the awe-inspiring landscapes of the high Altiplano.Read More
Travel in a purpose-built expedition truck on an off-the-beaten-track adventure along rugged roads, sometimes across vast distances. The maximum group size is 22 and accommodation varies from camping and multi-share hostels, to homestays and simple hotels. These are active tours, ideal for those with a great sense of adventure and a relaxed attitude, who don’t mind roughing it on occasions.
Bolivia Private ToursView 2 Private Tours
Staring in Peru and finishing at the Atacama in Chile, this classic holiday itinerary of Bolivia takes in the desolate salt flats in Uyuni, colonial Potosi and the Valley of the Giants.
Bolivia tour reviews
Scoring an average traveller rating of 4.8 out of 5 based on 5 recent reviews — See All Bolivia Reviews
All was great ”
An amazing trip. Far exceeded our expectations. Everything was so well organised and when there were small hitches they were dealt with speedily and efficiently . Our guide Alina was amazing, so relaxed but super efficient in a totally non threatening way. She held together a disparate group of people in a manner that I'm sure made everyone feel safe , valued, respected. She was also great fun. An exceptional young woman. The only small let down was the 2 nd hostel in Bolivia which I felt fell well under standards experienced on the rest of the tour. No real washing facilities other than when camping isn't really acceptable in this day and age. But a very minor point. Otherwise FANTASTIC..”
Our tour leader, Manny Salorio, was with us every step of the way. He was compassionate, knowledgeable, and enthusiastic in going above and beyond his duties as a leader. He always shared his expertise and accompanied us on his suggested places for dinners, shopping and other activists. He made the trip very successful.
The trip was excillerating and full of adventure. We experienced things that we didn't know were possible. ”
Recent Travel Articles on Bolivia
Where Bolivia truly excels is in the surreal landscapes of the Uyuni salt flats and the multi-hued Laguna Colorada. Measuring an area of over 10,000 sq km, the Salar de Uyuni is the world's largest salt flat with a harsh beauty that transforms with the sky and offers endless possibilities for perspective-bending photography. This region of Bolivia is also home to a number of dazzling mineral lakes, including the red Laguna Colorada that changes from a rusty brown to blood-red in the course of a day.
Recommended places to visit in Bolivia
The landlocked country of Bolivia is home to dramatic landscapes of high-altitude lakes, surprisingly coloured lagoons and expansive salt pans making it a particularly photogenic travel destination. Here are some of our favourite spots to get you started.
Breathtaking in every sense of the word, La Paz, which sits at a staggering altitude of around 3,500m, is a vibrant hub of activity and commerce with colourful markets and indigenous culture. Houses cling to impossibly steep cliff faces while old colonial buildings and churches stand majestically in plazas across the city, giving it a wonderful mix of culture and natural beauty. Make the most of your time here by strolling through the narrow alleys absorbing the atmosphere.
Uyuni Salt Flats
The Uyuni Salt Flats, or Salar de Uyuni as they're known locally, are the largest of their kind in the world. This natural phenomenon has occurred over thousands of year as prehistoric lakes have dried up to leave a thick salt crust. The flatness of the area alone is striking but what really makes it a place of wonder is how the ground reflects the sky when it is seasonally covered with rain water. This makes for some pretty outstanding photo opportunities.
The sparkling expanse of water that is Lake Titicaca is one of Bolivia’s most prized features. Sitting on the border with Peru, there is no shortage of activities here to keep travellers occupied, with boat trips to the lake’s islands, excursions to secret caves and coves and parties on the beach all readily available. Those seeking some adventure should hike up Isla del Sol, home of the Inca God Inti, according to local legend.
Also known as the Red Lagoon, the shallow salt lake of Laguna Colorada is filled with vivid red water, caused by red sediment and the pigmentation of some of its algae. It is regularly frequented by vast numbers of James’s flamingos as well as llamas, alpacas and Andean foxes and cats. Surrounded by rugged mountains and tiny villages, this natural wonder should definitely be on everyone’s bucket list.