The Ultimate Travel Guide for a Honeymoon in Bolivia

Wow Bolivia! You will never be the same after knowing Bolivia

Bolivia is a real undiscovered gem. As beautiful as one can imagine; as traditional, as popular, as enigmatic.  No one can explain so many indescribable places with so many differences.

Bolivia has such special and spectacular places to be visited and discovered. Its economical capital, La Paz as indigenous and modern.  Sucre, its constitutional capital, is traditional and conservative. Santa Cruz, very cosmopolitan and legendary with the Jesuit missions that are a must.  And more, much more as the Uyuni Salt Desert & Lagoons, as unimaginable as spectacular and one of its main attractions, the Titicaca Lake with the Sun Island

With more than 12 million inhabitants and Spanish, Quechua and Aymara as official languages.  This beautiful country has a democratic government, is a safe country. Index of robbery and theft to tourists is the lowest in South America

Important information

Altitude: Diversity of ecosystems and heights corresponding to the three most important river basins of South America; Titikaka Lake, Chaco and the Amazon. From high mountains and snow-covered peaks that are 6.000m above sea level to the plains, pampas and the Amazon forests. When in high altitude it is recommended not to eat nor drink in excess and when arriving at La Paz, Potosi or Oruro carry out your activities calmly.

Seasons: Rainy from December to March, rest of the year mild and sunny. In the pampas tropical rains throughout the year with greater intensity from December to March.

Currency: Boliviano Bs. The exchange rate is approximately 6.96 bs per dollar

Electric currency: La Paz runs on 220V and 110V current. The rest of the country is 220V. The current is in 50 cycles AC.

About the weather: It ranges from humid and tropical to cold and semiarid. In many areas of the country, winters are dry and summers are wet, and the altitude of cities like La Paz keeps things relatively cool. April through October is winter, which is mostly cold and dry

Let’s see some information about its very romantic cities:

La Paz – (3625 above sea level)

Located in a narrow valley of irregular and quaint topography, it is the most important city of the country and seat of the Bolivian Government. City of multicultural and multiethnic contrasts. Its location to the south of the royal mountain range of The Andes makes possible the magnificent view. Its hotels and food have had a great development over time and it has hotels of all categories, highlighting several high-level ones. And as for food, La Paz, for example, has the world-renowned Gustu Restaurant with several world awards. The food is quite good and international. And, there are lot of tours that can take to see its marvels such as a visit to the city appreciating it from its cable cars.


Potosi (3,905, above sea level)

A city of the past and the most impressive and alive example of colonial art, declared by UNESCO Cultural Heritage of Humanity and Natural Heritage of Humanity for the extraordinary natural wealth of the department. In 1650, Potosi was one of the most prevailing, rich and populated cities of the world, being compared with Paris and London, where it was well-known for its rich silver mines, magnificent architecture and the extravagance of its aristocracy.

Sucre (2798 above sea level)

Historical capital of Bolivia was declared a Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO. This colonial city, founded in 1538, is a living witness of the fights for independence. Colonial churches and valuable paintings of the time, furniture and religious sculptures, adorn at the present time the museums and colonial houses.

Uyuni Salt Flat (3663 above sea level)

Uyuni Salt Flat it is about 4 hours by car from Potosi, is one of the most spectacular geological resources of the world: the Uyuni Salt Flat, with a beauty that escapes any description and can only be conceived seeing it by oneself; the largest extension of salt deposits in the world, with an approximate area of 10,500 km2.

The island is full of cacti species that reach a height of up to eight meters.  Added to the background, this is an impressive landscape, ideal for taking unique photographs. In Uyuni is located the Eduardo Avaroa Andean Fauna Reserve is the most visited protected area, containing an extensive range of landscapes, including volcanic mountain peaks, hot springs, geysers, amazing lakes, fumaroles, and windswept deserts.

Believe us that Bolivia is perfect for your honeymoon!!

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