10-14 days for exploring the highlights including La Paz, Salar de Uyuni, and the Amazon rainforest
Best Time: May to October Read More
Accommodation Cost (per night in USD):
Dorm bed: $5-15
Luxury: $120 and above
Budget for Food & Drinks (per day in USD): Budget: $5-15
Visa Policy for Indians: Visa required
Visa Policy for Other Nationals: Visa required for many countries
Getting In Bolivia: El Alto International Airport (LPB) in La Paz, Viru Viru International Airport (VVI) in Santa Cruz Read More
Getting Around Bolivia: Buses, taxis, domestic flights for longer distances Read More
Bolivia is an expansive, landlocked plateau of barren plains, lush jungles, fertile highland valleys, and snow-capped Andean peaks. Bolivia is the country of wonders. This country is filled with wonders. Bolivia's Salar de Uyuni is the world's largest deposit of salt in the world. Lake Titicaca is the highest navigable lake in the world, as well as one of the deepest. Bolivian people are amiable and hospitable. The country's national motto is "Unity is strength".
The scenic beauty. Various activities. Unique festivals and traditions.
Bolivians place a lot of emphasis on family values with all generations living together under one roof. Marriage is an important institution, especially in rural communities. Some communities believe in cohabitation and starting a family before the wedding, whereas others follow Catholic tradition of marriage as the first step. Bolivia is a very diverse country due to the different origins of its people. Its culture possesses traces of Spanish, European, African, Amazonian, and indigenous cultures from the Andes. In 2009, Bolivia was declared as a secular state. Before that, Roman Catholicism was the state religion. However, most people are Roman Catholic with a Protestant minority. The official languages of Bolivia are Castellano (Spanish), Araona, Aymara, Baure, BŽsiro, Canichana (extinct), Cavine–o,Cayubaba (extinct), Ch‡cobo, Chiquitan, Ese Ejja, Guaran’,Guarasuawe (extinct),Guarayu, Itonama, Leco, Machajuyai-Kallawaya, Machineri, Maropa,Moje–o-Ignaciano, Moje–o-Trinitario, MorŽ, MosetŽn,Movima, Pacawara, Puquina (extinct 18th century), Quechua, Sirion—, Tacana, TapietŽ, Toromona, Uru-Chipaya (not a single language; only Chipaya is still spoken),Weenhayek, Yaminawa, Yuki, YuracarŽ, and Zamuco. The majority of the people speak Spanish. Besides, that Aymara and Quechua are the most spoken languages.