Articles tagged with: bolivia
Air Europa, which specialises in flights to Latin America, has launched a new twice-weekly service to Santa Cruz in Bolivia.
From the blood-red Laguna Colorada in Bolivia to the Painted Desert in Arizona, here's our pick of the most bizarre natural landscapes on Earth:
Quirky finds, bizarre buys and unusual sights are some of the best bits about travelling – and you’ll find plenty of all three in the backpacker haven of Bolivia.
Sarah Gibbons experiences mountain-biking down the World's Most Dangerous Road in Bolivia.
Discover Bolivia's colonial cities and incredible culture, conquer the salt flats of Uyuni and cross high mountainous wilderness on this 19-day trip with Gap Adventures.
Enjoy a 25-day trip in South America from 1272pp with this last minute travel deal from GAP Adventures departing August 2nd 2010. The price includes accommodation, some meals, transport and a Chief Experience Officer throughout.
The Mototaxi Junket, a madcap dash through the jungles of South America, is set to go again for its second year this August.
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Bolivia: Last minute trekking holiday
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It is 40 years since Easy Rider hit the silver screen, capturing the spirit of American counterculture and inspiring a new generation of road trip movies.
Adventure specialist Wilderness Journeys has introduced a new Bolivian trekking holiday offering travellers an unforgettable, nature-filled experience from Andes to Amazon.
Seen by many European's as the most exotic of continents, South America is heralded for its diversity of cultures; both ancient and modern.
Often seen as the most exotic of destinations for European travellers, South America is home to perhaps some of the most spectacular sights on earth.
Che's travels in Peru were documented in his famous Motorcycle Diaries.
With its varied geography, sparse human population and lack of extensive development, Bolivia is one of best places to see wildlife.
It's only when you're bumping along Bolivian roads with every second pothole sending you two feet out of your seat like a deranged jack-in-the-box that you realise what a brilliant invention tarmac is.
Life in the Bolivian capital of La Paz is as crazy as a mad hatter on the run from a high security psychiatric unit.
The political and security situation in Bolivia is tense in the build up to a referendum on the future of President Evo Morales and the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) has warned travellers to exercise caution.
Rhian Nicholson has swapped the bright lights of London for a three month journey across South America from the Pacific to the Atlantic coast.
A fatal road accident on Bolivia's most notorious road has killed nine more people yesterday, including 22-year-old British cyclist Tom Austin.
Holidaymakers planning to visit the South American country of Bolivia are being issued travel warnings due to political tensions in the country.
Holidaymakers are being warned industrial unrest at Bolivia's Santa Cruz de la Sierra (Viru Viru) airport may result in the cancellation of international flights.
As we have partied in every other destination so far on our trip, we decided that we couldn't leave Santa Cruz out.
Bolivia travel advice revised