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Bolivia Andes and Amazon

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Best time to visit

Bolivia is the fifth largest country in South America, but this beautiful country has a great diversity of experiences to discover in its territory. It mainly has two regions, the Andes Mountains and the Amazon Rainforest, which have seasons marked by the presence or absence of rain. Below is a summary of both seasons present in Bolivia.

  • Dry season (early May to October): This season is, par excellence, the best time to visit Bolivia because outdoor activities and tours are more enjoyable. The weather is sunny during the day, and cool environments are experienced in the highlands. Despite the decrease in temperatures at night, this season is ideal for visiting destinations such as La Paz, Uyuni, and Sucre.


  • Rainy season (November to April): The rainy season represents a significant challenge in tourism operations because most tours are not operated on highways or paved roads. The best place to visit during the rainy season is the Salt Flats of Uyuni because, due to the constant rains, the mirror effect on the ground can be appreciated. Still, the logistical conditions are usually more complicated than usual.


In summary, the best season to visit Bolivia is between May and October, with a slight preference for May and September because regular rates have not yet increased and tourist attractions are less crowded.

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Things to do

Bolivia offers a wide variety of activities in its different cities. Discover history in the most important cities, engage in outdoor activities, and experience adventure tourism. The complementary activities and itineraries may vary according to the season and region in which they take place.

Bolivia offers endless opportunities for adventure for outdoor enthusiasts, including trekking in the Andes, mountain biking along the Death Road, and exploring the Uyuni Salt Flats on a 4x4 tour. Nature lovers can also venture into the Amazon rainforest to spot exotic wildlife such as monkeys, jaguars, and colorful birds.


Bolivia's weather is directly related to the variations in altitude between cities since it considerably affects temperature changes, even if the distance between one city and another is short. In addition, the weather changes between day and night are very noticeable, especially in regions with higher altitudes. Below, we present a chart where you can check the weather in Bolivia's main cities and tourist destinations.


El Alto International Airport (LPB) - La Paz: Bolivia's main international airport is located in El Alto, near La Paz. The airport handles domestic and international flights, connecting to destinations throughout South America and beyond.

Viru Viru International Airport (VVI)—Santa Cruz de la Sierra: This is one of Bolivia's busiest airports, located near the city of Santa Cruz de la Sierra. It serves as a major hub for domestic and international flights, with connections to cities across Latin America and Europe.

Jorge Wilstermann International Airport (CBB)—Cochabamba: Located in the city of Cochabamba, Jorge Wilstermann International Airport is a key transportation hub in central Bolivia. It offers domestic and limited international flights to destinations such as Lima, Peru, and Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Juana Azurduy de Padilla International Airport (SRE)—Sucre: Serving Sucre, Bolivia's constitutional capital, Juana Azurduy de Padilla International Airport offers domestic flights to La Paz, Santa Cruz, and Cochabamba.

Capitán Oriel Lea Plaza Airport (TJA) - Tarija: Located in the southern city of Tarija, Capitán Oriel Lea Plaza Airport offers domestic flights to destinations such as La Paz, Santa Cruz, and Cochabamba.


Hotel Palacio de Sal - Uyuni: Situated on the edge of the Uyuni Salt Flats, this unique hotel is constructed from salt blocks and offers breathtaking views of the surrounding landscapes.

Atix Hotel - La Paz: Located in the upscale Zona Sur neighborhood of La Paz, Atix Hotel offers modern amenities, stylish accommodations, and panoramic views of the city and surrounding mountains.

Casa Grande Hotel—Santa Cruz de la Sierra: This luxury hotel in Santa Cruz de la Sierra offers elegant rooms, a rooftop pool, and fine dining options, making it an ideal base for exploring the city.

Hotel de Sal Luna Salada—Uyuni: Another salt hotel on the Uyuni Salt Flats, Hotel de Sal Luna Salada, offers comfortable accommodations, stunning views, and unique salt-based spa treatments.

Inkaterra Hacienda Concepcion - Madidi National Park: Nestled in the heart of the Amazon rainforest, this eco-luxury lodge offers immersive nature experiences, guided wildlife tours, and comfortable accommodations in harmony with the surrounding environment.

Hotel Europa—La Paz: This historic hotel is located in the city center of La Paz. It offers classic elegance, modern amenities, and easy access to attractions such as the Witches' Market and Plaza Murillo.

Hotel Los Tajibos—Santa Cruz de la Sierra: Set amidst lush gardens in Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Hotel Los Tajibos offers luxurious accommodations, a spa, and gourmet dining options. It provides a tranquil retreat in the heart of the city.

Hotel Rosario del Lago - Copacabana: Overlooking Lake Titicaca in the town of Copacabana, Hotel Rosario del Lago offers comfortable rooms, beautiful gardens, and stunning views of the lake and surrounding mountains.

Ritz Apart Hotel - Cochabamba: Located in the city center of Cochabamba, Ritz Apart Hotel offers spacious suites, modern amenities, and personalized service, making it an ideal choice for business and leisure travelers alike.

Hotel Tayka del Desierto - Uyuni: Situated in the desert landscape near the Uyuni Salt Flats, Hotel Tayka del Desierto offers cozy accommodations, traditional Andean cuisine, and guided tours to nearby attractions such as the Eduardo Avaroa Andean Fauna National Reserve.


Gustu - La Paz: Renowned for its innovative take on traditional Bolivian cuisine, Gustu offers a unique dining experience with locally sourced ingredients and creative dishes inspired by indigenous flavors.

Ali Pacha—La Paz: A vegetarian restaurant in La Paz, Ali Pacha specializes in plant-based cuisine made from fresh, organic ingredients. It focuses on sustainability and environmental consciousness.

Pachamama Organic Farm—Sucre: Located on the outskirts of Sucre, Pachamama Organic Farm offers farm-to-table dining experiences. Seasonal menus feature fresh produce grown on-site and traditional Bolivian dishes cooked in clay ovens.

Jardin de Asia - Santa Cruz de la Sierra: Serving up delicious Asian fusion cuisine in Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Jardin de Asia offers a diverse menu of sushi, noodles, and stir-fries, as well as creative cocktails and a stylish ambiance.

El Huarike - Cochabamba: A popular spot for traditional Bolivian cuisine in Cochabamba, El Huarike offers hearty dishes such as salteñas (savory pastries), pique macho (a spicy meat dish), and chicharrón (crispy fried pork), served in a casual setting.

Best way of payment

Unlike other countries in the region, the best way to pay is in cash because Bolivia still maintains some restrictions on international companies such as Visa and Mastercard. These restrictions mean that many establishments do not accept card payments or only accept payments with local bank cards. There are few ATMs in the cities except for La Paz and Santa Cruz, but the financial centers are closed at night, so we recommend you take precautions for withdrawing and exchanging cash for the local currency (Boliviano). We also recommend that you exchange to local currency in the financial centers or exchange houses, as other places may be less reliable and have exchange rates unfavorable for you.  


Oruro Carnival: Bolivia's most famous carnival celebration, held in the city of Oruro, features colorful parades, traditional dances, and elaborate costumes, as well as music, fireworks, and street food stalls.

Virgen de la Candelaria Festival: Celebrated in Copacabana on the shores of Lake Titicaca, this religious festival honors the patron saint of Bolivia with processions, feasts, and traditional rituals.

Fiesta del Gran Poder - La Paz: One of the largest street festivals in Bolivia, the Fiesta del Gran Poder features colorful processions, traditional music, and dancing throughout the streets of La Paz, attracting thousands of participants and spectators each year.

Carnaval de Santa Cruz: Held in Santa Cruz de la Sierra, this lively carnival celebration features parades, music, dancing, and street performances, as well as traditional foods and drinks.

Other useful information

Before traveling to Bolivia, check visa requirements and vaccination recommendations, particularly for yellow fever, if visiting the Amazon rainforest. Pack appropriate clothing for the climate and activities you plan to undertake, whether hiking in the mountains or exploring the jungle. Be mindful of altitude sickness when traveling to high-altitude destinations such as La Paz and Potosi, and allow time for acclimatization if necessary.

To prevent gastrointestinal issues, it is also advisable to drink bottled or purified water and avoid consuming raw fruits and vegetables. Respect local customs and traditions, including asking for permission before taking photos of indigenous people or their belongings. Lastly, embrace the warmth and hospitality of the Bolivian people and prepare for a journey filled with adventure, discovery, and unforgettable experiences in this captivating country.

Best places to visit

Bolivia is blessed with abundant natural wonders and cultural treasures, offering something for every type of traveler. The Uyuni Salt Flats, one of Bolivia's most iconic attractions, offer surreal landscapes of salt crusts, colorful lagoons, and towering cacti, creating a photographer's paradise.

For outdoor enthusiasts, the Andean region of Bolivia offers countless opportunities for adventure, from trekking in the Cordillera Real to mountain biking along the Death Road. The Amazon rainforest in northern Bolivia is a biodiversity hotspot, home to many plant and animal species, including jaguars, monkeys, and exotic birds.

In the highlands, the historic cities of La Paz, Sucre, and Potosi offer a glimpse into Bolivia's colonial past, with their well-preserved architecture, vibrant markets, and cultural heritage sites. Meanwhile, the ancient ruins of Tiwanaku and the Sun Island on Lake Titicaca provide insights into Bolivia's rich indigenous history and mythology.


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