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Bolivia, Uyuni
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Low Fares on Flights to Bolivia 🌵🌟

Fly to Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia from $374 Round Trip and La Paz from $392

From $374

Published by
Molly Cowen·1/11/2024
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Pirates, are you looking for a South American adventure? We've found fantastic rates on flights to Santa Cruz de la Sierra or La Paz, Bolivia from over 40% off usual prices! Explore Bolivia's largest city and venture out to the many surrounding national parks, mountains, and lakes—and of course, a trip to Bolivia isn't complete without a visit to the bucket-list Uyuni Salt Flats. The salt flats are reachable by domestic flight (shortest) or bus (cheapest). If you opt for the latter option, you'll need to give yourself plenty of flexibility as driving around the country takes quite a bit of time.

These flights typically start over $800 and often include long layovers. We've found flights starting from $374 round trip! The best deals can be found from now through May, with widespread availability.

Departure

  • Miami
  • New York City
  • Orlando
  • Chicago
  • Washington
  • Los Angeles
  • San Francisco
  • Atlanta

Destination

  • Santa Cruz de la Sierra
  • La Paz

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What to See While in Bolivia 🦩

1. Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia

Salar de Uyuni is the largest salt pan on earth and was formed more than 10,000 years ago. You can see the most breathtaking Fata Morganas here and it is particularly beautiful here after a rain shower. Don't miss out on this natural wonder.

2. Bolivia's High Capital, La Paz

At an altitude of around 11,811 feet, La Paz is the highest seat of government in the world. Here you should also visit the Valle de la Luna and the ruins of Tiahuanaco.

3. The Death Road of Yungas

Enthusiastic mountain bikers or downhill riders should not miss a bike tour on the most dangerous road in the world. But you can also travel this route by bus. For all this, however, extreme caution is of course required! More than 200 people have already had an accident on the Camino de la Muerte.

4. The Red Laguna Colorada in Bolivia

The lagoon inspires more and more vacationers with its extremely red coloring and the perfectly colored flamingos living there. There are really a lot of them here and they are not at all photo-shy. Great vacation photos are guaranteed here.

5. Lake Titicaca and Isla del Sol

Lake Titicaca is famous for its name alone. But it's even more impressive live. Isla del Sol is located in the middle of Lake Titicaca and is ideal for a hike. Here you can hike between Caribbean and white sandy beaches, dust-dry and stony landscapes; and the remains of many Inca structures.

6. Cerro Rico in Potosi

The main attraction of the UNESCO World Heritage city of Potosí is Cerro Rico. Cerro Rico means something like "rich mountain " which is due to the earlier silver mining in the mountain. In addition to the impressive mountain, there are many other sights in Potosí such as the Mercado de los Mineros, where you could legally buy 96 percent alcohol and even dynamite.

7. The white city of Sucre in Bolivia

Near Potosí, in the heart of Bolivia, lies one of the most beautiful cities in the country: Sucre. The romantic and picturesque old town of Sucre has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1991.

8. The Madidi National Park in Bolivia

Madidi National Park is one of the most biodiverse regions on earth. Here you can find, for example, the jaguar or the Titi monkey, which can only be found here in the whole world. In addition, 11% of all 9,000 known bird species live here.

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