South America

Meet Bolivia

Starting place
Santa Cruz
Ending place
La Paz
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Meet Bolivia

USD 5,499
PHP 324,441
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PHP 383,441
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PHP 442,441
Rate Per Adult
Without Flights
USD 5,499
PHP 324,441
With Flights
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Children 2 - 13 years old
Children below 2 years old
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  • 4-star to 5-star hotel accommodations
  • Daily hotel breakfast
  • Transportation for the whole duration
  • Professional private local guide and driver
  • Entrance fees for the attractions
  • Local tourist taxes and permits


  • International airfare 
  • Personal travel insurance 
  • Visa fees and assistance

Important Notes to Remember

  • Card payments are subject to service fees.
  • You can customize each day based on your preferences.
  • Hotels, cars, and attractions can be requested.
  • Visa processing and assistance are offered.

Day 01: Santa Cruz

Welcome to Bolivia! Upon arrival, meet and greet your local guide before your private transfer to the hotel for check-in and an overnight stay.


Day 02: Santa Cruz

Today, visit the Samaipata ruins, a beautiful and mysterious pre-Inca fort perched on a hill with a large ceremonial center carved out of stone, and get insight into the history of the Amazon plains and the remaining branches of the Andes range. Then, before returning to Santa Cruz, you should spend some time exploring the town of Samaipata and its local museum to learn more about this undiscovered gem.


Day 03: Santa Cruz - Sucre

Today, prepare for your domestic flight to Sucre, a colonial city declared a cultural heritage site by UNESCO. Upon your arrival, get acquainted with the city as you visit several of its highlights, including Casa de la Libertad, where the Act of Independence of Bolivia was signed in 1825; Bolivar Park, to see examples of the aristocratic tradition of Sucre, with small replicas of the Eiffel Tower and the Arc of Triumph of Paris; the church and museum of La Recoleta; and the museum of Indian textiles, ASUR.


Day 04: Sucre

The whole day is free for you to explore the amazing city of Sucre at your own pace and time.


Day 05: Sucre - Potosi

The day starts with a bus ride through different valleys to the city of Potosi, which is in the highlands and is a UNESCO Cultural and Natural Heritage Site. Upon arrival, visit the traditional colonial streets, the facades of San Francisco and San Lorenzo churches, and a mine in Cerro Rico. Then, experience a one-of-a-kind journey underground to see the living and working conditions of the Bolivian miners. The silver mine is in the famous Cerro Rico, once the richest place in the world.


Day 06: Potosi - Uyuni - Villamar

Begin the day with a regular bus trip to Uyuni and take in the sights the road has to offer as you cross the branches of the Andes range, old mining centers and villages, nice landscapes, and Indian communities. Upon arrival at Uyuni, continue the adventure to the south, visiting first the cemetery of old trains, then through the highlands, passing the villages of San Cristobal and Culpina K, until the high and rich valley of Alota. See also the areas with impressive stone formations caused by erosion before continuing your journey through high valleys to the village of Villamar.


Day 07: Villamar - Colorful Lagoons - San Juan

It’s a jam-packed adventure today! To kick off your early morning trip, make your way to the Eduardo Abaroa National Reserve (REA). The Challviri lagoon and its associated hot spring can be seen from the coasts of Polques when traveling in that direction. To get to Laguna Verde, at the base of Licancabur Mountain, you'll have to go across the stunning high desert of Pampas de Dali. Then, visit the RAMSAR-designated Laguna Colorada, where more than 30,000 flamingos are nesting. Visit Arbol de Piedra before continuing on to the "Sol de Maana" geysers in Siloli's high deserts (Stone Tree). Travel onward via the village of San Juan, bounded by the tiny lagoons of Ramaditas, Honda, Chiarkhota, Hedionda, and Caapa.


Day 08: San Juan - Uyuni Salt Flats - Colchani

Start the day off by making your way north through the highlands, passing through the communities of San Agustin and San Juan along the way. Follow the Chuvica route until you reach the enormous Uyuni salt flat, then cross to "Isla Incahuasi," a unique habitat of volcanic rocks and giant cacti. Dine heartily in the middle of the salt desert for a one-of-a-kind experience. After that, continue east to the village of Colchani, where the locals produce salt. Take in the sights of a beautiful sunset at this place before checking in at your hotel.


Day 09: Uyuni - La Paz - Copacabana - Sun Island

Today, prepare for your flight to La Paz. Upon arrival, get ready to be transferred to Titicaca Lake, going north through the highlands and parallel to the Andes Royal Range to Copacabana. Take a stroll through town and see the famous Virgen Morena and her church. Then, take a boat ride to the Island of the Sun and disembark at Huacani Port. Recharge with a hearty Aptapi meal before making the journey back to the Pilko Kaina Ruins in the island's southernmost region via boat. From here, hike to your lodge, where you will check in and stay for the night.


Day 10: Sun Island

The whole day is free for you to explore the peaceful place of Sun Island.


Day 11: Moon Island - Copacabana - La Paz

Early in the morning, take in the breathtaking sunrise on the Island of the Sun! After seeing the dawn, hike down through Yumani, visiting the Inca stairs and the Water of Eternal Youth, before taking a boat ride to the Island of the Moon and the Inca ruins of Iñak Uyu Temple to reach Copacabana. Then, enjoy the scenic drive to La Paz with spectacular views of the Andes Royal Range.


Day 12: La Paz

Discover the gems La Paz has to show you on this day. A "lustra bota," or shoe-shiner, will introduce you to La Paz and give you an insider's view of the most well-known neighborhoods and markets in the city. Then, meet your "Lustra guide" outside the former train terminal of La Paz before hopping on one of the many telefericos (cable cars) lines this vibrant city has. You may explore a wide variety of animals and cuisines at the "Fish Street Market," the "Flower Market," and the "Uruguay Market," all within a short walking distance of one another. Following the Cholitas Market, where indigenous women (known as Cholitas) may be seen shopping for traditional skirts and blankets, the excursion moves on to Eloy Salmón Street, which is lined with stores and kiosks offering the newest technology. At the end of this journey, stop by the famed witches' market at the intersection of Linares and Sagarnaga streets to gain some insight into Andean cosmovision. The rest of the day is free for you to explore.


Day 13: La Paz

Today marks the end of your wonderful experience in Bolivia. After breakfast, prepare for your transfer to the airport for your flight back to Manila.

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