Unforgettable Bolivian Journeys

This landlocked country is one of the countries in South America, and it’s surrounded by Paraguay, Chile, Brazil, and Argentina. Bolivia has come to know its shares of tourists and vacationers who want to experience what it has to offer. Vacations in Bolivia are often fast-moving adventures, requiring long bus trips and maybe even several sleepless nights, but if you are an ardent and enthusiastic traveler, this may be a fun and ultimately rewarding itinerary for you.

Samaipata

Swing in a hammock reading a good book in the heart of the mountains in this beautiful, quiet village. If you like to keep busy and on your feet, it offers a range of hikes, which are a not too expensive addition to your holidays in Bolivia. The walks take you to nearby temples, or bird watching, whatever gets you going. There are two ways to choose from to get to Samaipata on your holidays. You can either embark on an overnight bus journey – which is the cheaper option, or you can go back to Santa Cruz and fly. Although a rough ride, due both to the roads and overcrowded bus, its journeys like these which make you realize just how far away your holidays in Bolivia are from holidays at home.

La Paz

La Paz is worth five or six days of your holidays in Bolivia; it is a fantastic city where you can spend a couple of hours of your holidays on an extreme bike riding on one of their most dangerous roads. It is a fascinating city with interesting markets and shopping, great restaurants, and the main attraction is the nightlife. There is also the witches market with souvenirs, potions and lotions, scents, leg warmers, alpaca sweaters, hats, and llama fetuses – they are believed to bring good luck if placed in the foundations of a building. You get to see the locals with the Cholas and Cholitas with bowler hats and traditional clothing, too.

Uyuni

This place is worth two or three days of your holidays. It’s the neighboring town to the most extensive salt flats in the world, which are too many, a spectacle. The only way to see the apartments on your holidays in Bolivia is to go on a tour, which means you arrive on the flats in the evening. Cactus Island, Flamingo Lake, the hot springs, and of course, the apartments are each a stop off on your holidays in Bolivia.

Sucre

This place is another good place to spend four or five days of your vacations in Bolivia. This colonial City is the most beautiful in the country. The tall, white buildings and cobblestone streets are a delight, as well as the square where all the Bolivian locals meet for their daily catch make for a lovely backdrop for holidays.

Bolivia had many beautiful hotels which can be easily looked or booked online.