How Much We Spent in Bolivia Budget: $50 per day for 2 people Total Spent: $2007 USD Number of Days: 15 Average per day Spent: $133.80 USD per day for 2 people
Bolivia’s Vast White Horizon of Uyuni Salt Flats Will Leave Everlasting Impression Uyuni Salt Flats….there’s no place like this in the world. Sitting at nearly 12,000 feet above sea level, the blinding white Salar de Uyuni salt flats seem endless, beyond the eye can see. Stretching more than 4,500 square miles the, Read More
Copacabana: Gateway to Isla del Sol If Copacabana were a flavor it would be somewhere between fried trout and lukewarm Bolivian beer. And while the trout dishes are delicious and the beer slightly colder than lukewarm, it’s not the food that brings worldwide travelers to this little corner of Bolivia.
The Bolivian Amazon: Pampas Tour We will never forget the pampas because they were the hottest three days we spent in South America. It was stifling Africa hot and there was no escaping it.
The Bolivian Amazon: Jungle Tour of Madidi National Park Surrounded by flame colored cliffs, we motored up the River Beni into Bolivia’s upper Amazon River basin. Our destination, Madidi National Park, is one of the most ecologically diverse locations on the planet.
When Amazonas Airlines unexpectedly cancelled all flights in and out of Rurrenabaque, we found ourselves with three extra days in this small corner of Bolivia. With the encouragement of some travel companions we walked into the office of MaxAdventures to inquire about a jungle tour in Madidi National Park.
We came to Isla del Sol to unwind for a couple of days at the start of our Bolivia travels. With a bit of research and a stroke of luck we stumbled upon one of Isla del Sol’s hidden secrets, Ecolodge Casa de la Sirena.
Arriving in Copacabana was a breath of fresh air compared to the manufactured tourism on display in Puno. The Bolivian side of Lake Titicaca is chill, and Isla del Sol even more so.