Private guides and guided tours in Bolivia
Private guides in Bolivia
Andean Summits For many years the best choice to travel abroad was to hire an operator established in your own country The main reason for that is the confidence you have in people like your own, Additionally that, it is easier to complain and probably ask your money back from companies that are under the same country laws rather than try to get honest response from some unknown guys from a third world country. To give you more confidence in us, let us tell you that for mountaineering trips we only work with Mountain Guides who have received the credential from the highest worldwide certification: the International Mountain Guides Association (IMGA, UIAGM, IVBV).
Currency: Boliviano (BOB)
COMMENTS ABOUT Bolivia:
Originally part of the Inca Empire, Bolivia’s mountainous terrain houses a rich native heritage with ruins and temples still standing today. Located centrally in South America, the Andes flow through a large section of Bolivia, but the country is also composed of salt flats, Amazon rain forest, dry valleys, and even tropical savannas.
Bolivia’s climates range from high, moist altitudes to rain forests, temperate zones, and even parched deserts. With such an abundance of choices, be sure to check where you are visiting before choosing what to pack.
The primary highlights of Bolivia are its culture, abundant market towns, and beautiful scenery. The historic cities still use original cobblestone streets and exercise local traditions going back centuries. The varying climates make each city unique unto itself, giving it a charm and atmosphere that is unmatched. A wonderful visit to the bustling markets in La Paz will definitely need a place on your agenda. Or, the underground history and silver mines in Potosi might be more your speed.
There are also all kinds of outdoor adventures available in a variety of climates. Discover natural moon-like landscapes in the Valle de la Luna, the backbone of Bolivia in Sucre’s startling white landscape, and the verdant wildlife all around. Hike and ride across the varying terrains, searching for the nearly extinct pink flamingos of Bolivia, sloths, spectacled bears, and even the pink Amazon River dolphin. In Bolivia, there is an assortment of animals to pique most nature lovers’ interests.
Hello Steve in Bolivia now we don`t have skiing resorts we had but we lost this can we offer some trekking an climbing in ours mountains. if you have any question write me? Joel David (Tour Guide)