While HighLives thinks Bolivia has ample attractions to stir any visitor’s imagination for many months, if you have limited time and would like to experience the highlights of this country, we can offer you the option to take part in a 13-day adventure.
This best-of-Bolivia journey offers a mix of cultural and scenic attractions. Visit the centres of colonial and indigenous traditions, experience the bustling street life of a city perched on the roof of the world and journey through the lunar-like landscapes of the rugged southwest.
Fly in to Santa Cruz, Bolivia’s most modern city growing rapidly out of the tropical eastern plains.
Sucre, the best preserved colonial city of Bolivia.
Potosi, once the centre of Spain’s empire due to its massive sources of silver.
Uyuni- once a remote railway outpost, now the gateway to the country’s rugged and spectacular salt flats and volcanic lakes region. The awesome scenery is explored to the full.
La Paz, modern meets ancient on the streets of the world’s highest capital.
Copacabana, a spiritual heartland on the shores of Lake Titicaca.
Island of the Sun, the cradle of the Inca civilisation.Bolivian Odyssey in pictures, click here.
Price: from £3160 per person Single supplement: from £250
Itinerary at a glance
Day 1: Arrival Santa Cruz
Day 2: Santa Cruz – Sucre (flight)
Day 3: Sucre – Tarabuco – Sucre (colonial town and indigenous market)
Day 4: Sucre – Potosì (by tour bus)
Day 5: Potosí (colonial and mining town)
Day 6: Potosí – Uyuni
Day 7: Uyuni – Colchani -Hotel Luna Salada (Salt flats)>
Day 8: Colchani – Ojo de Perdiz (Tayka del Desierto- Desert Hotel)
Day 9: Ojo de Perdiz – Uyuni
Day 10: Uyuni - La Paz (flight back to La Paz)
Day 11: La Paz – Copacabana (Lake Titicaca)>
Day 12: Copacabana – Sun Island –-La Paz (Lake Titicaca)
Day 13: La Paz -London