Hola! Welcome To Bolivian Life
Celebrated for its colourful history, fascinating customs, unique foodie experiences, diverse wildlife, adventure activities and jaw-dropping landscapes, it’s easy to see why Bolivia and travel are a match made in heaven. Join us as we share essential tips for discovering the heart of South America.
Juxtaposed with the colorful lifestyle and traditions of the Aymara people, La Paz is a cosmopolitan city with many sights to discover, free events to join, and adrenaline pumping activities to experience.
One of the most beautiful cities in all of South America, Sucre is the ideal place for travelers to recharge their batteries, study Spanish, enjoy the foodie scene and immerse themselves in the local culture.
Once an inland ocean covering most of the Altiplano and reaching all the way to Lake Titicaca, the endless white desert is now home to some of the most unique and breathtaking scenery on earth.
Differentiating itself from other parts of the country, Santa Cruz shines due to its tropical savanna climate, low-lying altitude, gorgeous wildlife, vibrant night-life and unique culture.
From incredible treks and cascading waterfalls, to towering jungle forests and rare wildlife encounters, Bolivia is one of the few places left in the world where travellers can experience Mother Nature at her finest.
Boasting thousands of species of birds, animals, fish, reptiles and amphibians, Bolivia is one of the most bio-diverse countries on the planet. The country is a magical place to experience our planet’s awe-inspiring animal kingdom.
Bolivia is a mecca for adventure seeking travelers. Whether you’re looking to conquer a fear, fulfill a life-long ambition or simply try something new, the following list of activities will leave you grinning from ear to ear!
Offering up surreal landscapes, unique cultures and fun-filled activities, it’s not a question of what to see and do in Bolivia. Rather, it’s a question of knowing which sights and experiences simply cannot be missed.
Plan Your Trip
A country of contrasts, trying to decide what to pack for Bolivia in terms of weather, leisure and security can be confusing.Here are our top tips of what to bring on your trip.
To help travellers experience the best Bolivia has to offer, we have put together the following itinerary outlining the most popular sights and attractions on route from Peru to Chile.
When it comes to cheap and cheerful travel, it’s hard to find a better destination than Bolivia. In this post we list the types of travel expenses you can expect to incur during your trip.
Where To Stay
If your travel style is more up-scale than budget backpacker, or you just fancy splashing out for a couple of nights during your South America trip, consider staying at one of the following luxury hotels in Bolivia.
There’s no denying that traveling through a developing country on a budget has its ups and downs. To help ensure you get a good nights rest, we have listed some of the best places to stay in Bolivia on a budget.
An alternative to hostels, homestays are a true insider experience enabling travelers to experience the customs, traditions and cuisines of the country as well as play an active part in the local community.
After 2 years backpacking through Latin America, including an amazing 6 months living in Bolivia, I can say hand on heart that Airbnb has been one of my favorite ways to search for accommodation online.