Wrap yourself in colour, texture, culture, and adventure on a luxury tour of Bolivia.

Bolivia’s dramatic, rugged landscapes vary from the arid desert of the high plains to the hot, wet Amazon. Part of the ancient Inca Empire, the country was colonised by the Spanish, but its population is predominantly made up of welcoming, friendly Aymara and Quechua-speaking Incan descendants.

From brightly coloured textiles and bustling, modern Santa Cruz markets to countryside villages that feel frozen in time, Bolivia is a travel destination guaranteed to inspire and delight the senses. While the country lacks the robust tourism infrastructure found in other parts of Latin America, part of what makes a visit to Lake Titicaca or Bolivia’s glistening salt flats so unique and special is that everything is both charmingly undeveloped and superbly beautiful.  

Abercrombie & Kent is a proud pioneer of luxury travel in Bolivia. We take care to organise activities and experiences that showcase the country’s varied landscapes and introduce you to a landlocked piece of paradise.

Inspired Accommodation in Bolivia

Guests who book a luxury holiday through Bolivia will experience this inimitable country in comfort and style. We go to great lengths to ensure every accommodation choice throughout your stay meets our exacting standards of safety, security, and comfort.

While Bolivia’s urban centres are home to a fine selection of hotels, including the charming Camino Real Hotel in Santa Cruz and Parador Santa Maria La Real in Sucre, we also include unique accommodation options that showcase Bolivia’s characteristic flavour and diversity.

You’ll be transfixed by Uyuni’s Luna Salada Hotel from the moment you lay eyes on it. Built almost entirely out of salt blocks, the property is more than a hotel -it’s a destination. Enjoy panoramic views of Salar de Uyuni from your bedroom window, and head off in the evenings for a remarkable stargazing tour.

Destination Highlights

Bolivia is a country as vast and varied as it is beautiful. Your Abercrombie & Kent travel specialist will see to it that you experience the best the country has to offer, all while enjoying home comforts. Activities include:

  • Travelling by cable car to take in breathtaking views of Mount Illimani
  • Bartering for colourful textiles at Santa Cruz’s El Abasto indigenous market
  • Gazing across Salar de Uyuni, the world’s largest salt flat
  • And more…

When to Go

Visitation peaks in August, with plenty of sunshine and moderate temperatures into the evening. If you are planning a holiday to Bolivia’s highland areas, April through October are sunny and dry, a welcome reprieve from the heavy summer rains between November and March.

Featured Bolivia Journeys

Private12 days, from AU$7,465
Breathtaking Bolivia

Brimming with variety, vitality and living history, Bolivia offers a unique experience in Latin America.

Private12 days, from AU$7,465
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Peru & Bolivia: Lost Worlds

Unearth ancient worlds on your journey across the Altiplano, the Andean Plateau of Peru and Bolivia.

Private14 days, from AU$15,065
Private14 days, from AU$13,245
Argentina & Bolivia: The Heart of South America

Journey north through the heart of South America. From the seductive tango of Buenos Aires to the lunar landscape of La Paz.

Private14 days, from AU$13,245
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Chile & Bolivia: The Magnificent Andes

This journey combines the dramatic highlights of northern Chile with the extraordinary landscapes of the Bolivian salt flats and its high altitude capital La Paz.

Private9 days, Call for a quote

Featured Accommodation

Air New Zealand

Discover a better way to fly to South America with Air New Zealand and experience award winning Kiwi hospitality.

Casa Grande Hotel

La Paz’s most stylish contemporary hotel – in the smart Zona Sur neighbourhood – is a great choice for those who want to see the more residential side of the Bolivian capital.

Luna Salada Hotel

Built entirely of salt, Luna Salada Hotel is a rustic property situated on the edge of the world’s largest salt flat. With sweeping panoramic views, rooms are designed with colourful Andean charm, art and furniture.

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