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Walking over the reflective surface of the Uyuni Salt Flats, Bolivia


Bolivia’s scenic diversity is hard to underestimate and impossible to forget

Bolivia Tours

Created politically only a century and a half ago, Bolivia is twice the size of France and has a population of only 7.5 million. Of these, 70% are indigenous Indians, most of them living between 3000m and 4000m in the Andean highlands of the country. The so-called social elite, European by descent and education, has little influence on the lives or the thinking of the indigenous population, for whom the pre-colonial past is woven into the present in a way very difficult for the casual visitor to understand.

Our Bolivia tours will readily be appreciated by anyone interested in incomparable mountain scenery, the wild beauty of the landscapes – whether they are of the Andes, Amazon or Altiplano – and the dignity and charm of the country's people. Bolivia has few comforts and fewer pretensions, but hardly any disappointments for the committed traveller. Exodus offers a superb range of Bolivia tours, packed with adventure and activities. 

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Bolivia Tours

Highlights of Bolivia

6 reviews

Discover Bolivia's immense landscapes, ancient history and colonial cities 

Activity level:
Leisurely / Moderate
Ages: 16+
15 Days from $4,799 USD
Guided (Incl. Taxes)
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Bolivia tours spotlight: Lake Titicaca

Exodus stays in an eco-lodge on Lake Titicaca's beautiful Isla del Sol, disembarking at Pillkokaina port where we ascend the steps to the 'Fountain of Eternal Youth'. It's about an hour's walk to our eco-lodge, which allows us to take in the stunning surroundings; the deep-blue water of Lake Titicaca is a striking contrast to the snow-capped peaks of the Cordillera Real.

On the north of the island we visit the Temple of the Sun, where you can explore the huge labyrinth complex of ruins. We also visit the Sacred Rock, carved in the shape of a puma, before enjoying a traditional apthapi lunch with a local family, with a selection of dishes that typically includes boiled potatoes, vegetables, eggs, local tortilla, chicken, trout and sauces.

This holiday provided a great introduction to a fascinating country. Wonderful landscapes , busy...

Paula Slater, 2018 Highlights of Bolivia
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