Bolivia group tours for solo travellers
Experience our group tours to Bolivia, designed for solo travellers looking to explore with like-minded adventurers
Why travel solo to Bolivia?
Bordered by Peru to the east and Brazil to the west, Bolivia is fringed by two major bucketlist destinations; but to overlook it would be to miss its extraordinary beauty.
Spanning the Atacama Desert, the Andes and the Amazon Rainforest, Bolivia expands over vast and varied terrains. This is a country which excels in the unique, the epic and the lesser-known.
Shimmering salt flats whose reflections cast dreamlike visions; deep blue lakes scattered with sacred islands boasting names such as the Isla del Sol; ancient temples and Inca ruins recalling a lost civilisation. Take in the best of this high-altitude nation on our 10-day adventure.
What's The Weather Like?
Bolivia has an average summer temperature of 27ºC (81ºF) and the average winter temperature is 15ºC (59ºF). The best time to visit Bolivia is between May and October when the weather is dry.
Average temp in high season
What Are The National Languages?
Bolivia has a range of languages spoken across the country: Spanish, Aymara, Quechua and Guarani
What is the currency?
Bolivia Time (GMT -4)
Top Three Experiences
1. Take a 4×4 excursion across the Salar de Uyuni
2. Sail to the sacred Sun Island on Lake Titicaca
3. Watch an indigenous cholita wrestling match
Top five dishes to try
1. Saltena – baked savoury pastry
2. Pique Macho – French fries topped with beef, onion, pepper & tomato
3. Anticucho – skewers of grilled meat, often beef hearts
4. Majadito – a dish of rice, jerk beef, onions & tomatoes
5. Tucumanas – deep fried pasty
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Top places to visit in Bolivia
The world’s highest capital (3,500 meters above sea level) is a sprawling modern metropolis with a historic center at its heart. Don’t miss riding the cable car to El Alto for stunning views over the city and surrounding snowcapped mountains.
The world’s highest navigable lake, straddling Peru & Bolivia. , this large freshwater lake is said to be the birthplace of the Incas. Visit the Sun Island for ancient ruins & traditional Pachamama ceremonies.
Salar de Uyuni
Once a vast prehistoric lake, now an otherworldly expanse of dazzling white salt flats dotted with cacti-studded islands & boutique salt hotels. When it rains, a thin layer of water transforms the salar into a striking reflective canvas.
A high-altitude plateau in Bolivia’s remote southwest corner filled with extraordinary landscapes. Think bubbling geothermal pools; deserts strewn with wind-eroded rocks; & colorful lagoons home to vast flocks of flamingos.
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