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Discover the fascination of Bolivia, of its history, its colors and its unspoilt nature with the help of our local travel experts who will be more than glad to design your tailormade tour step by step with you.

Let our travel experts guide you to the most significant places: the Green Lagoon, Salar de Uyuni, Amborò National Park or the Moon Valley if you want to remain speechless in front of the incomparable sights of nature. If on the other hand you wish to learn more about the history and the culture of the Bolivian population you cannot miss a visit to the capital city La Paz, to the Coke Museum or San Pedro prison, along with its beautiful buildings and square.

Choose any kind of trip you like, Bolivia won't let you down and our local travel experts are here to assist you, a guarantee of competence and safety.

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Why visit Bolivia

Bolivia is situated in South America; its constitutional capital is Sucre, but the administrative capital is La Paz. Since it does not have direct access to the sea, in 2010 an agreement was signed with Peru to obtain the use of the Port of Ilo. Its territory is separated into two geographic areas: the eastern tropical area and, in the western part, the Andes. In the region of Chaco, to the east, the largest tropical rainforest in the world is located.

Because of its morphology, Bolivia is one of the most biodiverse countries on Earth: on the Andean plateau the climate is cooler, while in the Southern part the climate is similar to that of the desert. Finally, the tropical land is characterized by two climatic areas: one to the north, with the typical Amazon temperatures and rainfalls, and one to the south, milder and drier.

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