The new LP guide book for Bolivia claims that it could be a good option to start the above mentioned tour in Tupiza instead of Uyuni.
We are thinking of a 4 day tour returning to Tupiza. Do you really see more then doing it from Uyuni?
Any recommendations for tour operators based in Tupiza doing the tour? Costs?
Is it difficult for the tour companies based in Tupiza to get people together for the tour?
We are two and travelling to Bolivia in mid September.
Thanks for your comments.
this may have been asked before, but anyway:
I'm planning to go to South America in January - +/- a week in Bolivia and three weeks in Chile. Chile is surely fine weather-wise, but how feasible is Bolivia in the rainy season? The plan is to take a straightforward Santa Cruz-Sucre-Potosí-Uyuni trip and go overland from Uyuni to Calama/Antofagasta etc. Sta. Cruz-Sucre will be by plane.
I traveled in Peru/Bolivia in November before (many years ago); I remember it being rather wet…
I want to take a trip from Trinidad to Guayaramerin.Or if it is impossible,then I want to travel from Rurrenabaque to Riveralta.Can ecery one tell me if it is possible?If possible,how to book？
Thanks a lot in advance.
we're going to Bolivia this October.Does anyone of you have any experience or knowledge about the "Che" festival in Valle grande? We thought about going there, but it is very hard to find more information on the internet.
Furthermore - can anyone share his experience on day tours to the Cordillera de los frailes? Any recommendations on tour operators or certain trekking tours?
Thank you very much in advance,
Hi, I am a fluent Spanish speaker and native English speaker. I want to move to Bolivia and become a citizen. I would like to join the Navy, Air Force, or even Army when I move to Bolivia in a year.
Can someone help me out? I read that joining the Military helps speed up the naturalization process. Is that true?
What are the requirements to join any of the branches?
This has been mentioned before but most information I've seen seems to be out of date. I'm looking for a tour of the Salar (3-4 days) but I've heard they are pretty basic. I'd like to find something a bit more comfortable with decent food and preferably hot water. I don't mind paying a bit more for this but my budget doesn't extend to full on luxury either. If anyone knows of any mid-range tours I'd be really grateful for recommendations,
Hi! I'm having trouble finding a tour that includes kids. We are going to San Pedro on Saturday and I'm keen to book a safe (ish) tour that kids can go on. Any advice would be appreciated. Cheers
Main roads in the departments of Oruro, Cochabamba and Potosi are blockaded in a number of places , due to a protest by miners' "cooperatives".
At midday the La Paz 'bus terminal said that no long-distanced 'buses were operating.
Presumably 'buses to Desaguadero, Copacabana and Yungas are not affected, likewise connexions between Cochabamba, Sucre and Santa Cruz.