Bolivia, Latin America’s highest and most isolated country, has dramatic Andean landscapes that rival the vistas of the Himalayas. It is also the most indigenous country on the continent in terms of the percentage of its population maintaining traditional values and beliefs.

This mountainous nation contains a wealth of unexplored natural and cultural surprises — from the colonial splendour of Sucre to the silver mines of Potosi that fed the great wealth of the Spanish Empire and Salar de Uyuni, the largest saltpan in the world. Lake Titicaca on the Peruvian border, famous for the floating reed islands of the Uros Indians, is an undisputed highlight as are some of the incredible wind-chiselled rock formations you see while crossing the country’s timeless landscape.

We have several exciting camping options – for example you can head off to Salar de Uyuni in a unique Airstream camper or camp in style in one of our walk-in tents.  Although they are not en-suite they all have a built-in stove and the view from the loo is to die for!

Think Bolivia, think untouristed. It really is.

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