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The country of Bolivia is an oasis of nature and native cultures in South America. And its natural beauty is stunning. The geological rock formations of the Valley of the Moon coexist with numerous volcanoes, giant cactus plants form entire plantations, and intriguing rock formations like the famous “Stone Tree” will blow the mind. A huge salt lake called Uyuni Salt Flats shines in the sun with its mirror-like surface, reflecting the blue sky, captivating and changing all your ideas about visual perspective and balance. Pink flamingos glide on the surface of the waters of these Altiplano lakes, and the formidable and beautiful Amazon in the north of the country hides in its impenetrable jungle and deep, mysterious waters, worthy of being revealed only to an adventurous traveler. The Alpine Lake Titicaca with its unique inhabitants of the Uros tribe indigenous people, living on the floating islands here, coexist with the shamans and natural healers of the “Witches’ Market” where tourists go for natural remedies, or to have their fortune told in the city of La Paz, the capital of Bolivia. Visit Bolivian Mesoamerican ruins and pre-Inca civilizations such as Tiwanaka, one of the largest archaeological sites in South America. And only the most adventurous of travelers will want to cycle along the most picturesque but precarious Yungas Road, or “Road of Death” in the mountains of Bolivia with its high danger factor, but we prefer to view the infamous road itself from afar. A trip to Bolivia is a discovery into the world of the amazing nature of our planet and immersion in the culture of ancient and modern peoples.


Tours to Bolivia

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Cities of Bolivia

The best tourist places in Bolivia: the capital of La Paz, the ancient city of Tiwanaku, the "silver" city of Potosi, the Salar de Uyuni , the Altiplano Plateau, the colonial Sucre, Santa Cruz, Moon Valley, the Bloody Lagoon of Colorado, Puma Punku and Lake Titicaca



We know the most interesting corners of Bolivia - colorful and enchantingly beautiful natural attractions, dangerous mountain roads, colonial cities, authentic peoples. We will develop for you our own original route for any of your requests!


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Uyuni Desert, the world’s largest salt flat
Lake Titicaca, rich in ancient Inca settlements and underwater ruins
Sucre, constitutional capital of Bolivia
La Paz, the largest administrative capital in the world
Brazil forms its eastern border; its other neighbors are Peru and Chile in the west and Argentina and Paraguay in the south. The western part, enclosed by two chains of the Andes, is a great plateau—the Altiplano, with an average altitude of 12,000 ft (3,658 m). Almost half the population lives on the plateau, which contains Oruro, Potosí, and La Paz. La Paz is the highest administrative capital city in the world. The Oriente, a lowland region ranging from rain forests to grasslands, comprises the northern and eastern two-thirds of the country. Lake Titicaca, is the highest commercially navigable body of water in the world.
Spanish is the main and official language of Bolivia. However, there are some 39 other living languages used in the country spoken by people in different regions. Some 50% of the population have an indigenous language as their mother tongue.
Ascending to a town like La Paz will mean rugging up all year round, with maximum temperatures only reaching 20°C (68°F). Visit the Bolivian lowlands, however, and you'll be peeling off the layers, with average monthly highs centring around 30°C (86°F). In both cases, the rain is generally less in the middle months, especially July. November to March at low altitudes are very wet seasons.
Generally, in order to enjoy Bolivian cuisine, it is wise to spend the first two days eating lightly and avoiding alcoholic beverages, at least in La Paz. Once the body has become acclimated to the altitude, one can have a great variety of dishes, especially those featuring meats and poultry.

If what you are looking for is local dishes, then "empanadas salteсas" (a type of meat pie), the "plato paceсo" and a big variety of tuberous vegetables and sauces are just a sampling of true Bolivian cuisine. Occasionally, one might find llama, alpaca and vicuсa and lamb dishes listed. In the lake and river regions, fish dishes are popular.

Be sure to try the local beverages, "coca mate" and "chicha" (maize liquor). Bolivia is also known for its fantastic frog legs from Lake Titicaca; these are even exported to France.
The Andean region probably has been inhabited for some 20,000 years. Having started in the second century B.C., the Tiwanakan culture developed at the southern end of Lake Titicaca. This culture, centered around and named for the great city of Tiwanaku, developed advanced architectural and agricultural techniques, which can nowaday still be discovered.

During most of the Spanish colonial period, this territory was called "Upper Peru" or "Charcas". As Spanish royal authority weakened during the Napoleonic wars, sentiment against colonial rule grew. Independence was proclaimed in 1809, but 16 years of struggle followed before the establishment of the republic, named for Simon Bolivar, on August 6, 1825.
An estimated 76% of Bolivians are Roman Catholic and 17% are Protestant. The remaining 7% have other religions or have no religion.
Since pre-Columbian times, Bolivia had a great cultural and intellectual life. Architecture, ceramics, temples and other symbols scattered throughout the country give testimony to a culture with an advanced social organization.
Many Bolivian artists have been inspired by indigenous artwork. The Aimara people's culture eventually fused with the Incas' and later, with that of the Spaniards. The result: a rich culture quite varied in the areas of sculpture, painting, literature and architecture. The culture maintains the best of the colonial period; at the beginning of this century it decided to recuperate and incorporate the art of its indigenous predecessors.
Dance and music are the most popular cultural expressions found in Bolivia. Through them, the people feel free and happy, especially during carnival. The mixture of indigenous and Spanish cultures gave birth to dances in honor of Our Lady of Copacabana, called El Gran Sicuri.
In the Oruro carnival, the diabladas, or devil-dancers, are known for their masks and costumes. The dancers are generally accompanied by guitar, harp, flute, or a small guitar called a charango.
Bolivian celebrations bring together folklore and national traditions.
The thick forests of Bolivia are untouched and unspoiled and they are one of the best places to encounter South American wildlife. Alpacas, llamas and alpacas are domesticated and can be found everywhere in Bolivia. Other animals who can be found in the southwestern Andes are foxes, hue mules and wolves. One third of bird species in the world can be found in Bolivia. Flamingos, Rheas, condors, vultures are commonly seen on the highlands and plains of the Altiplano. Some animals who live in the remote valleys of the Cordillera include pumas, jaguar, javeli, tapirs and giant ant-eaters. There is also a huge variety of lizards, parrots, monkeys, snakes, butterflies, amphibians, fish and bugs. Other creatures include dolphins, otters, armadillos and sloths.
The Bolivian Boliviano is the national currency of Bolivia. 1 USD is worth 6.9 Bolivian Boliviano .

Vacation in Bolivia

Discover Bolivia with Tour Operator Ada Tours!

Tour operator Ada Tours would be happy to help organize a trip to Bolivia as part of a group tour or to create your personal individual itinerary around the country. We will help you to immerse yourself in this unique corner of Latin America- we organize 4x4 Jeep tours along the Avenue of Volcanoes, the Altiplano Plateau, to the Uyuni Sun and to the Lunar Valley of Geysers. We will organize your personal trip to the best sights of the cities of Bolivia- to places like the capital of La Paz, the silver capital of Potosí, the colonial Santa Cruz and Sucre. You will be able to immerse yourself in the natural beauty of mountains and canyons, see the huge alpine Lake Titicaca, the largest lake in South America, at 3,800 meters above sea level. For nature lovers we organize once-in-a-lifetime ecological tours to the Amazon River with accommodation in jungle eco-lodges. Tours to Bolivia combine very well with Peru, Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay and Chile. We will be happy to help make this trip a dream come true for you!