Destination Overview


Follow in the footsteps of bandits and revolutionaries to South America’s most adventurous country. Bolivia will take your breath away, not just because of its spectacular scenery, monuments and relics from ancient civilizations or wildlife, but as large swathes of the country are very high altitude including the de facto capital La Paz. Bolivia is a diverse and landlocked nation of snowy peaks, high plateaus, colourful deserts and tropical lowlands.


La Paz


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12 Million

International Airports

La Paz, Cochamba, Santa Cruz


A humid tropical climate with an average temperature of 30° C (86° F). The Southwestern Bands of the Amazon rainforest for the central and northwestern areas of Bolivia, where temperatures are hot for a majority of the year, with slightly milder winters.


Top Highlights

The Andes

Climb your way up the Andes Local belief says the Andes are haunted by mountain gods, called “apus”. Mountaineers come from all over the world to Bolivia to test their mettle against these spirits, and have some of the most breathtaking adventures along the way. Of course, it is important to only go with internationally certified guides, and the mountaineers at Bolivia Expé are some of the most experienced around.


Bolivian food varies with altitude and latitude. When in La Paz try sajta de pollo, hot spicy chicken with onion and potato, or Cochabamba go for silpancho, fried breaded meat with eggs, rice and bananas, in Sucre Salteñas are the best savoury pasties you can get, and in the Tropics go for Surubí (a white fish from the Amazonian rivers).


Llamas have been a part of Andean and Incan culture for thousands of years and the Aymaras and Quechuas use them in their rituals too. For example, when they build a new house or building they bury an unborn fetus under the cornerstone of the new house that will be built. They believe that by giving Mother Nature (they call her Pachamama) the fetus she will bring them health, wealth, happiness and safety in their new house or building.

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Top Places to Visit

Buenos Aires

The vibrant city awaits for all visitors to fall in love with it. As second biggest city in South America one can find here an unique European style and a wide variety of options to do an see. Don’t miss La Boca, the most colourful neighbourhood of the city.

Salta City

Located in the Northwest of Argentina, this city is nicknamed as Salta La Linda (or ‘”Salta the Pretty”) for a reason. The cityscape in this beautiful colonial town is shaped by cobblestone streets, numerous statues, and Spanish architecture. But also the region itself, with colorful mountain ranges of the Andean highlands in the West and the fertile plains in the East, is defintely worth seeing.


and the Route of the Seven Lakes. This small mountain village has become famous as the entrance gate to Argentine Patagonia. Also, it is an El dorado for skiing and snowboarding. The scenic Route of the Seven Lakes (which takes around an hour) winding its way through green valleys and around the namesake azure lakes, facing natural parks, snow-capped mountains and abundant waterfalls along the way.

Buenos Aires Province

Learn more about the rural life along the Paraná delta where locals live in houses on stilts and buy their groceries on supermarket boat. Or take a break at one of the famous Estancias and get to know the Gaucho life.


The wine capital of Argentina and one of the most beautiful cities. Art-lovers can find Art Deco architecture here, for outdoor enthusiasts the city is popular in winter as it is in summer. That is among others because of the 6.960-meter-tall Aconcagua mountain – a paradise for hikers and climbers.


The end of the world. It is the worlds southernmost city and offers an incomparable location, surrounded by mountains, glaciers, sea, and the woods on the edge of the Tierra del Fuego National Park. Worth seeing is also the “End of the World Lighthouse”, San Juan de Salvamento Lighthouse, which was built in 1884 already.

Iguazú Waterfalls

The stunning UNESCO World Heritage Site lies along Argentina’s border with Brazil and is undoubtably a must see when visiting the country. Depending on the season, the Iguazu is made up of between 150 to 300 individual waterfalls.

Perito Moreno Glacier

Patagonia, which makes up almost half of the country, is also home to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Los Glaciares National Park. Here you can find one of the most stunning attractions of Argentina, the massive 30-kilometer-long ice formation called Perito Moreno Glacier .

Puerto Madryn

and the Valdés Peninsula. The Golfo Nuevo bay is an almost natural amphitheatre, with hills all around that are reminiscent of deserts. Guided tours through the reserve are a must, where one can see everything from right wales, elephant seals, sea lions, and orcas. It’s also an important breeding ground for migratory shorebirds, in particular Magellanic penguins.

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