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Bolivia Reviews

Thanks for a great trip - very well organised. Both your partners in Peru & Bolivia were excellent.

J Douglas
September 16, 2016

Throughly enjoyed the whole experience. Naila took on board all of my requirements and fears and put together a good package. 

B Hogben
June 24, 2016

A big thank you to all concerned with the most excellent arrangements for this adventure.

May 6, 2016

The organisation of the tour could not be faulted and your choice of partners in Peru & Bolivia were excellent. The visit to Machu Picchu was amazing but we didn't expect so many mosquitoes! After the long bus tour to Puno, it would have been good to have a day there to visit the floating islands and relax a little before the transfer to Bolivia. The guides in Bolivia were excellent and extremely knowledgeable, particularly Rene who took us from Uyuni to Sucre. 

K & S Madden
November 10, 2015

The Salar de Uyuni, the famous Salt Flats of Bolivia, is a totally surreal place. The landscape is nothing like anything I have ever seen before, or anywhere I have ever visited – and as a travel writer that is something that rarely happens.

Travelling across the Salt Flats in a shiny airstream camper van is a fantastic way to explore, with much more flexibility than being based in a hotel. Inside, the van is pared down and simple, but comfortable and perfect for two. There is plenty of space inside, with great electric blankets and a really cosy atmosphere, although the bathroom isn’t exactly huge. When you pull back the shades in the morning at first it is a bit discombobulating to see the bright blue sky and dazzling white that are so reminiscent of an Alpine palette, but then you remember you are on a giant lake of dried salt. 

Because of the altitude, it is much colder, particularly at night, than people might expect, so a top tip would be to take plenty of warm clothes – it’s a good idea to stock up on locally-made woollies such as alpaca socks before leaving Uyuni. I was very glad I had remembered to pack a pair!

Lydia Bell is a travel writer who visited Bolivia as a guest of Rainbow Tours.

Lydia Bell
August 1, 2013
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What a country, so beautiful. Our guides were seriously fantastic. So many tourists were not taken to the Fish Island in the middle of the salt flats but Maribel insisted we were taken and it is more then dry enough and was amazing. Lake Titicaca is amazing and as for the 4x4 trip at the end, incredible scenery.

S Dixon
May 30, 2011
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