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Tours to Bolivia

From the indigenous culture at the local Tarabuco market to the vast, pure white salt flats, Bolivia is a country that is packed full of surprises. Take a Bolivian group tour with Explore to experience the highlights and more.

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Our small group tours to Bolivia will take you on a wild, once-in-a-lifetime adventure in this lesser-visited yet fascinating South American country. Feel as though you are the only soul on earth as you gaze across the glistening white desert of the ethereal Uyuni salt flats, uncover panoramic views of the azure-blue waters of Lake Titicaca, and take a cable car trip to the lofty heights of La Paz city on our Bolivia discovery tour.

In addition to the usual highlights, our local tour leaders will also show you some of Bolivia's unfrequented hidden treasures. Hike through the lush jungles of Amboro National Park, go in search of giant Condor in the Andean foothills and meet indigenous communities in the Andes mountains.

Considering a trip to Bolivia but new to Explore? We've answered some of the most-asked questions about our small group tours. 

Our most popular tours in Bolivia

Highlights of Bolivia

Bolivia Discovery Trip code BA
13 Days From US$3480 without flights

Machu Picchu and Titicaca

Bolivia, Peru Discovery Trip code PB
14 Days From US$2430 without flights
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Bolivia’s strange curiosities are not confined to La Paz. Only a few hours north is Lake Titicaca, the highest navigable lake in the world, which gave birth to the Inca empire. In the southwest of the country, near a train graveyard, is the Salar de Uyuni, the world’s highest and largest salt lake – 12,000 sq km of blinding white nothingness. South of the salt lake is a Salvador Dali landscape of deserts, volcanoes, bizarre rock formations, bubbling geysers, peculiar green plants and a blood-red lake filled with flamingos. East from here is a hollow silver mountain, dinosaur footprints, villages where annual festivities revolve around ritualized fights and national parks that are so isolated they’re almost impossible to get to.

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