Bolivia tour, tailor made
Description of Bolivia tour, tailor made
This Bolivia tour can be tailormade at a time to suit you throughout the year and can be adapted to suit your interests, budget and requirements
Our partners behind this holiday promote inclusivity on all their trips and across their business and we are all committed to ensuring travellers face no discrimination on any part of the trip they control.
We can cater for vegetarian and vegan diets.
Accessible Tourism overview:
For us it is important to assist and help where we can with travellers that need special assistance. All our trips can be tailor made, allowing us to adjust the trips specifically to the individual. This is also dependant on the budget available.
We have already worked with several clients with limited mobility - we have organised for clients to travel via rental cars with private drivers for example. Before the trip we will contact the individual and find out what part of our trip needs to be adapted, this will also allow us to brief the local guides so they can focus on the particular needs of the traveller. Different day excursions can be provided when the activities do not suit the travellers' particular needs.
We have worked with several clients that have been wheelchair bound, this has previously involved sorting out suitable travel, such as private taxi transfers, drivers and guides. We can discuss with the traveller beforehand exactly how the trip needs to be adapted. Extra activities can be provided instead if a suggested one isn't suitable for example. Travellers with a wheelchair will need to be accompanied on the trip.
Blind or Limited vision:
Information in braille is not available in Latin American destinations which means all the information will be delivered verbally. We can provide a host to take care of the travellers depending of budget. We have already guided a person with limited vision, so we know how to deal with the challenges. Local guides are trained and can be briefed on the specific needs of each traveller. Programmes can also be adapted for ease of travel. Travellers with severe vision impairments should be accompanied.
Deaf or limited hearing:
All information before the trip starts will be provided in a written format. Lip reading will be essential for understanding the local guides explanations. The traveller will also have to be accompanied by someone who will be able to sign the translations. A special host can be provided, but this can in dependent on budget. While not all our guides are trained in sign language, they have access to computer tablets for communication if necessary. We have guided a deaf person before, so we know the challenges involved.
'Free from' food:
Diet requests are communicated to all local operators involved that are included in the program and it should not be a problem to accommodate most.
We have not encountered any issues directed towards the LGBT community on our trips and believe that the countries that we travel in are welcoming and open to all travellers.
9 Reviews of Bolivia tour, tailor made
4.5 out of 5 stars
Reviewed on 01 Jul 2019 by Jon Erik Rosenborg5 star Read full review
Reviewed on 25 May 2018 by Jon NgOverall was a great trip. The 27 days tour starting from Uyuni and ends in Lake Titicaca was amazing. All the guides were friendly and professional, especially the one in La Paz (Leonardo), he was Super helpful and knowledgeable and would strongly recommend people to use he. Read full review
Reviewed on 19 May 2017 by Phil BlandWe loved the variety offered by Bolivia, from the stunning mountains of the Altiplano to the breathtaking views over lake Titikaka to the exciting wildlife in the pampas grasslands to the incredible, other-worldly experience of the salt flats and desert. Read full review
Reviewed on 10 Jan 2017 by David TorresThe Uyuni Salt Flats. We were fortunate enough to see it after a rainfall and it was looking into a reflective pool. We had a wonderful time in Bolivia, we wish we had more time to explore the country more, we'll be back! Read full review
Reviewed on 07 Feb 2015 by Gyoku BlockIt was truly amazing. Read full review
Reviewed on 28 Oct 2014 by chris fleckneyWe did not feel that a single moment was wasted, with a good balance of different activities and experiences. I am converted to tailor-made travel. Read full review
Reviewed on 22 Jul 2014 by Janet BallingExcellent. Travelling up from Tupiza past volcanoes and lagoons and over the salt flats was the best part. Read full review
Reviewed on 01 Jul 2013 by Jan StockdaleThe Bolivia salt flats and altiplano were the most memorable parts of the holiday Read full review
Reviewed on 08 Dec 2012 by Morten RossAmboro and Refugui log Volcanes. Noel Kempf National Park. Altiplano (Sajama and Eduardo Avaroa Andean Fauna National Reserve) were the most memorable parts of the holiday Read full review
As the pioneers of responsible tourism, we've screened this (and every) holiday so that you can travel knowing it will help support the places and people that you visit, and the planet. Read how below.
PlanetOn the Bolivia tour all excursions and treks are guided by local guides with ecological and/or cultural knowledge and are organized by local organizations, which are taking care of the cultural heritage of Bolivia and the environment with ecological awareness. This means that the organizations take care of the wildlife, the surface water, nature in general and the disposal of waste. The companies that take care of the transport are Bolivian owned and result in a direct income for the Bolivian people. The accomodations are chosen for ambiance and are all small scale operated organizations which directly creates employment for Bolivia.
The Bolivian people who work in tourism are aware that it is important to take care of their beautiful natural environment, as it is one of the main attractions for tourists, and tourism is becoming an important income. By making use of nature or cultural excursions during your travel through Bolivia, you stimulate the people to continue to take care of their natural reserves & cultural heritage. This tour through Bolivia is a cross cultural travel in which you can create a mutual benefit by acquiring locally produced goods & inspiring people by showing your interest in their traditional made handicrafts.
PeopleAll the excursions on this Bolivia tour can be booked as private. This means that you can decide yourself the pace of traveling, have the opportunity to learn more of the cultural heritage of Bolivia, that you can make pictures whenever you wish, and that in nature you will have more opportunities to see wildlife and enjoy the moments in nature as you wish. We can of course arrange group tours if you prefer to travel in this way.
You visit several indigenous communities on this Bolivian tour and stay overnight or have the option to choose for an overnight stay. Your stay is a direct income to these communities. A part of the profits of our local Bolivia tour operator goes directly to the people of the Tacana community (Amazonian rainforest), to the people of the Tunupa villages on the Altiplano, to the indigenous community of Jatun Yampara (rain cloudforest) and are reserved for donations to the Legion de la Buena Voluntad in la Paz.
This Bolivia tour is designed & offered by professional guides, they work & live in Latin America and have been guiding in the Andes for many years. By booking one of these travels you support a small company of experts in nature and Latin cultural heritage.
This operator empowers a womens coffee cooperation and NGO in the Andes of Venezuela. Their vision is to provide solidarity to the entire coffee community in the area, striving to improve the quality of the life of children and families of the coffee communities. With this holiday and all our tailor made travels in Latin America you support local families on your destination of travel and you make it for us possible to support mothers and children in the Andes of Venezuela through this cooperation and NGO. Through their different programs the cooperative aspire to offer training technique in administration, management, accounting, among others and offer scholarships to students and subsidies to primary schools in rural coffee communities, as well as inspire to new forms of community economic organization.