The mild and dry winter of May through October is considered to be the best time to visit Bolivia. The middle of spring might reward you with lower prices and fewer crowds, but as you dive deeper into the dry season, the rates get significantly higher and places get busier. The sun shines brightly, making this period suitable for climbing Bolivian Highlands, sightseeing, and hiking. Don't miss a chance to party at the famous Fiesta de la Cruz or Fiesta del Gran Poder.
As the wet season starts in November, prepare for ubiquitous mud in Amazon areas. Salar de Uyuni looks fantastic, but there's nothing left to do on lowlands except dealing with summer heat, humidity, and mosquitoes.
In the highlands, rainfall is a rare occurrence, although some roads may get closed. But you'll definitely find a load of lavish landscapes in the Andes with quinoa and wildflowers in bloom.
Sky beneath and sky above, eternal peace and infinite beauty—this must be what Heaven looks like
It's easy to explore the world's largest salt flats during the dry season
The seemingly lifeless blood-red lake, plain rocks, and salt deposits may surprise with rare flamingos and other wildlife
These ancient ruins are the only remnants of a more severe Bolivian past when death was the verdict for those accused of lies, laziness, or theft
These large Bolivian rodents love bathing in the mud, feeding, and never stop being cute
Meeting llamas on an island set amidst the salt flat is no problem, the tricky part is getting there
Hiking from the lush green subtropics to glacial mountain peaks you can enjoy the full palette of nature's colours
Abandoned, disassembled, and covered with graffiti these trains resemble toys of a giant naughty child
Instead of oppressive sadness, the cross and crucifixion is commemorated through vivid costumed dances
The waters of the Amazon river surprise with pink dolphins and the banks reveal splendid jungle abounding with birds and mammals
The Devil rules in grueling Bolivian mines, and the miners' destiny depends on his mood
Watching these pretty long-tailed fellows play is truly amusing
There's no better way to enjoy the scenery of Bolivia than on two wheels!
Swimming with these bizarre-colored friendly creatures is a lot of fun
When Bolivians let their anger out, even the police are powerless and violent street fights break out
If you think women can't be ruthless wrestlers, you may be surprised by the indigenous Bolivians
Bolivian birdlife is splendid from the lowland jungles and Amazon to the Andes and high altitude lagoons
The perfect occasion to try a range of traditional specialties made of fresh harvested grain
Thousands of dinosaur tracks have been here for nearly 70 million years—an amazing historical site
One shouldn't miss the world's most navigable lake, its islands full of Inca ruins, and rare giant frogs
If you don't have a phobia of snakes, this is the place for an amazing adventure
Waters seem to boil as a school of piranhas devours your bait—both frightening and awe-inspiring!
If you have the courage to cycle down the formidable frozen Andes into the hot jungles, you will be considered a true hero
The afternoon sunshine turns this desolate lake into mesmerizing turquoise to emerald colours
If your first association with "coca" is cocaine or Coca-Cola, you are on the right track
The Lord delights in watching Bolivians trying to outdance one another to please the Gran Poder
An offer of a guinea pig plate is the highest privilege in Bolivia, and refusal is unacceptable!
A remarkable mixture of pagan and Christian traditions turns into sombre but festive celebration of skull in the city of La Paz
The two-faced and twelve-horned Aya Uma and dancing circles worship sun and nature through ancient Aymara rituals
Climbing the highest Bolivian peaks is an important lifetime achievement for any mountaineer or adventure enthusiast
Do you believe in miracles? Many locals testify that Ekkekko makes small trinkets big
Check out the unique beautiful shapes and colours of Bolivia's Moon Valley
Whether in the dry lowland or wet Andean Altiplano, Bolivian cacti thrive everywhere
Is it common in your country to celebrate this occasion with a barbeque at the cemetery?—In Bolivia it is!
A wide range of beautiful sleeping wild flowers are awakened by the abundant rainfalls
Red and yellow fields dazzle beautifully during quinoa blooming season
Dramatic hooded robes, the smell of wax in the air, and the overall sense of deep mourning ensure a mysterious atmosphere
The world's highest vineyards caressed by loving sun and cooled by caring winds bear top-notch grapes and excellent wines
This lime-coloured confetti is just butterflies in disguise
The celebration consists of a festive mass, colorful dancing, and the Road to Cavalry which bestows the mercy of the virgin
If not for the toborochi trunk that enabled the birth of Bolivia's savior, the country might still be haunted by evil spirits