Bolivia is blessed with surreal landscapes, vibrant festivals, bustling cities, colorful markets, adventurous opportunities, and fascinating tourist attractions. Soak in the staggering views of Lake Titicaca that laps at the sandy shores of Copacabana and explore the majestic ruins of the Inca Empire too. Hit the contemporary clubs and cafes at La Paz and take part in the defy the Lord of Death with the dangerous and exhilarating bike ride at Yungas Road.
  • Oruro is like a languorous cow, easy and mild, throughout the year. But just before Ash Wednesday, the weekend whispers some magic Mantra and the whole Oruro come alive. Starting from overgenerous and vibrant costumes, to lively folk dances and various aromatic platters, Oruro Carnival is the gem of the whole Bolivia Tour.

    Enjoy The Colors of Oruro Carnival
  • Natural phenomena are beyond explanations and Salar de Uyuni is one of such wonders. The thin water layer works like a gigantic mirror and reflects the whole sky. This salt flat can be considered an extraordinary vista in Bolivia. It stretches for almost 4050 squares in Altiplano, Bolivia. Do not forget to visit the World First Salt Hotel while in Salar De Uyuni area.

    See Your Reflection in Salar de Uyuni
  • Only an adventurous and thrill lover can understand, what it is like to drive in the world’s most dangerous road- Yungas Road. People even call it the Death Road and consider it one of the most exhilarating experiences in the Bolivia Tour. Cascades, fog, and cliffs with 2000 feet drop make Yungas one of the treacherous roads of the World, and that’s why thrill seekers adore it.

    Yungas Road- Adrenaline Junkie’s favorite place

Bucket List Experience

La Paz | Bucket List Group Travel

La Paz

La Paz is the national administrative capital and one of the notable cities of Bolivia. The most interesting fact that makes La Paz different from many other capital cities of the world is, it is the highest capital city. The whole city lies in Choqueyapu River. The crazy urban life, honking, and jostling, La Paz is the piece of urban Bolivia that a traveler can never ignore.

Tiwanaku | Bucket List Group Travel


To experience the spiritual vibration of Bolivia and feel its soul, Tiwanaku needs to be there in the Bolivia Tour itinerary. The exceptional Kalasasaya’s Temple, Pumapumku’s Pyramid, and Akapana’s Pyramid are the signs of Bolivia’s rich history and lineage. According to historians, Tiwanaku’s ancient settlement date back to the pre-Incan era. This UNESCO World Heritage site is the pride of the Titicaca basin and whole Bolivia.

Oruro | Bucket List Group Travel


Oruro was formerly known for its Silver mining regions and now mostly for Oruro Carnival. The pre-Lenten carnival of Oruro where dancers don masks and costumes caricatures devils, Inca rulers, animals, and slave drivers and honor the Virgen del Socavón. Apart from the vibrant carnivals, Sajama National Park, Las Made de San Jose, Cathedral de Oruro, and Sanctuary of El Socavon must be in the Oruro bucket list.           

Sucre | Bucket List Group Travel


The Judicial hub of Bolivia, Sucre, is just the opposite of dizzying La Paz. The colonial past and its remnants are still to be explored in Sucre and that made it another UNESCO World Heritage Site. During the Bolivia Tour, Sucre is a single place that can make someone feel rejuvenated and alive. The milky white buildings, a placid layout, and the serene patios make it an ideal place for a slow dusk walk. La Recoleta allows the traveler to enjoy the beauty of Sucre surrounded by mountains and valleys. The good wine available in the adjacent bars is like the best ending note of a day.

Potosi | Bucket List Group Travel


Bolivian cities have earned their places in the UNESCO World Heritage Sites list because of the interesting and worth knowing history, and Potosi is already there in that list from 1987. Potosi’s silver mines made it World’s first colonial capital. Located in the Plateau of Potosi Mountains, Potosi held on to its Colonial vibe even after numerous floods, epidemic toll, and earthquakes. Church of San Lorenzo and the Convent of Santa Teresa are notable buildings of the city.

Copacabana | Bucket List Group Travel


This famed town, situated beside Lake Titicaca, should be in top priority during the Bolivia tour. The stunning red-roofed houses, Incan sites, and religious vibrations make Copacabana worth visiting. If Isla del Sol and Isla de la Luna, is there in Bolivia Tour bucket list, then Copacabana is the base city for that trip. 

When to Visit

Peak Season

As per many travelers, May-Oct is the ideal time to visit Bolivia, because the dry weather makes the sky sapphire skies and its Bolivian winter, so the high ground will be chilly – and well below sub-zero in the barren region at night, mainly in June-July.

Travel Guide


Located in Central South America, Bolivia is surrounded by Paraguay, Argentina, Brazil, Peru, and Chile.

Capital City

Sucre is the capital of Bolivia

Main Airport

There are three International Airports in Bolivia- El Alto International Airport (La Paz), Jorge Wilsterman International Airport (Cochabamba), and Viru Viru International Airport (Santa Cruz).

Language Spoken

Apart from the indigenous languages like Quechua, Aymara, and Chiquitano, etc, most people use Spanish to communicate.


The currency of Bolivia is Boliviano (Bs). 1 Boliviano is equivalent to 0.15 US dollars.


A visa with six-month validity must be there with every International Traveler for Bolivia Tour.


Bolivia operates between 220-230-volt outlets so normal electrical/electronic devices can be used.


The WHO and PHAC recommend the following vaccinations: hepatitis A, hepatitis B, polio, yellow fever, typhoid, measles, mumps, and rubella, Tdap, meningitis, rabies, chickenpox, shingles, pneumonia, and influenza.

Emergency Calls

The general emergency number to dial is 110.

FAQs about Bolivia

What is internet access like in Bolivia?

The wireless broadband is available in Bolivia.

How are the toilets like in Bolivia?

Though the standard flush toilets are available, its bets carry toilet paper.

Can I use my mobile while in Bolivia?

Bolivia uses the GSM 1900 frequency. You can purchase a cell phone in Bolivia for  Bs 200.

Can I drink the water in Bolivia?

Tap water in a few cities and towns is highly chlorinated, so avoiding drinking it fully while in Bolivia is best. Bottled water, is sold throughout the country

Are credit cards accepted widely in Bolivia?

Using Credit Cards is not a very common practice in Bolivia. 5-star hotels and big stores accept Credit cards.

What is the convenience of ATM access in Bolivia?

ATMs in Bolivia do not usually cause any trouble for travelers

What to wear in Bolivia?

If the Bolivia Tour is planned during freezing months, then woollen socks and winter wears are a must. Hiking shoes, rain jackets, and a few casuals wear will suffice to carry.

Is Bolivia safe for women to travel solo?

Yes, Bolivia is safe for women travelers even if they are traveling solo.