Bolivia travel

Tailor-made Bolivia trips - a natural spectacle paired with originality

Begin your adventurous journey in the highest capital city in the world, La Paz.

Let yourself be enchanted by its mystical flair, its culture and the bizarre witches' market. Bike through the Bolivian Altiplano and discover the spectacular nature of Lake Titicaca against the impressive backdrop of the snow-capped Andes.

Meet the original people of the Uros and other of the 36 indigenous peoples and let yourself be carried away by their traditions and customs. Venture into the fascination of the Amazon and its rainforest by boat.

The highlight of every Bolivia trip awaits with the Salar de Uyuni, the largest salt lake in the world, located at 3,700 m with its surreal landscape: cacti rich in contrast and active geysers.

Experience the magical sunrise during a spectacular hot air balloon flight and climb the nearby Tunupa Volcano. Live exceptionally: fantastic salt hotel, glamping or futuristic dome camp at the Salar de Uyuni.


Explore the driest desert in the world with your camera. Enjoy sunset dinner prepared by one of Bolivia's finest chefs with a private show of local dance and music. Go to a high location with a recognized astrologer to understand the ancient cosmic vision and philosophy of the Andes.

Take a private lesson with a professional photographer or have your family photos taken while the sun goes down. Enjoy a private show with fireworks reflected in the salt flats.

Explore the southwest of the country - the "Wild West" at its best, with great horseback riding, hiking and 4x4 excursions.

Visit Rurrenabaque in the Amazon and delve deep into the rainforest. Soak up local traditions at markets in the eastern lowlands.

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The largest salt lake in the world is calling and waiting for you with breathtaking colors.

From bright red to bright green lagoons, pink flamingos and a gleaming white expanse of salt that never seems to end.

Get here via the colorful Bolivian Altiplano, be amazed at such a spectacular sight and feel - with your gaze directed into the distance - an indescribable feeling of freedom and boundlessness.

A very special place that makes you believe in magic!


Conquer La Paz from the air:

Instead of taking a taxi from the airport to your accommodation through the winding streets - climb the unique cable car and approach your temporary home from the air.

La Paz combines originality, mysticism and culture. Witch markets, steep streets, bell towers, red-tiled roofs and ornate balconies will take you back in time and get you in the mood for the days to come that you will spend in this captivating country.


Lake Titicaca - the highest navigable lake in the world and the cradle of the Inca culture - is a hidden pearl between Bolivia and Peru.

Once here, you will realize that you have landed in another world: the Uros - the indigenous people living there - live mainly from alpaca, llama and sheep breeding, in addition there is a backdrop of clay and reed houses and the deep blue Lake reflecting the snow-capped peaks of the Andes.

This authenticity, coupled with such spectacular nature, will inspire you and give you unforgettable memories.


Dome Camp is a Mad Max Adventure. From a distance, the white pods look like a space station designed by Buckminsterfuller.

Its metallic structure, composed of repeated equilateral triangles, is the essence of mathematical elegance. In front of or on top of the dome, a transparent panel offers a wide view of the salar and its star-studded sky.

Illuminated at night, with solar panels between the domes, they are one of the coolest and most surreal observation stations in the Arid Region.


The high air is thin, the wind sometimes strong, the legs get tired - but the spirit is euphoric from the incredible feelings of happiness that the surreal landscapes of the Altiplano between Chile and Bolivia, coupled with the physical exertion, can trigger in some of us.

A dream for connoisseurs.


Experience unforgettable nights in a hotel made entirely of salt, on the edge of Bolivia's incredibly bright white salt flats.

On the banks of the Salar de Uyuni, the salt hotel nestles into the landscape and offers you a unique place to rest and enjoy in perfect balance with the environment.


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Bolivia weather

Bolivia is generally tropical, but there are strong fluctuations within the country, which are determined by the different altitude ranges.

Bolivia best travel time

In general, Bolivia can be visited all year round. The best time to travel to La Paz and the Salt Flats is from April to October due to the dry season.

The best time to travel to the Altiplano is between May and October. At this time it is cool, but also dry and clear.

The time difference compared to Central European Time (CET) is +5 hours. During summer time, the time difference from Germany to Bolivia is +6 hours.

language in Bolivia

The official language in Bolivia is Spanish. In addition to Spanish, the indigenous languages Aymara and Quechua are also spoken in the highlands.

Furthermore, there are many different ethnic groups that speak their own language.

Eating and drinking in Bolivia

"Papa" (the potato) - There are several hundred types (!) of this kind, so that they are actually always part of a meal.

Saltenas and empanadas are particularly popular as a snack between meals. On the shore of Lake Titicaca you can get delicious and fresh trout. The national drink is "Singani", a liquor made from grapes.

people in Bolivia

Bolivia has the highest Indian population in South America. The indigenous cultures are still unadulterated here and the traditions are deeply rooted in society.

Material values are not important for the Bolivians, the people live in the here and now.

Entry requirements for Bolivia

When entering Bolivia, your passport must be valid for at least six months. If you are coming as a tourist (and staying in the country for no more than 90 days) you do not need a visa.

Upon entry, a residence permit of 30 days is issued, which can be extended twice by a further 30 days, but only by the Bolivian migration authorities.

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