At every Bolivia Hop destination, we believe there a number of famous tours and activities that you MUST do.
In Paracas, you can witness the amazing Ballestas Islands, known as the “Poor Man’s Galápagos”. Huacachina is home to the biggest sand dunes and only natural desert oasis in South America. Nazca has one of UNESCO’s world heritage sites; the Nazca Lines. In Arequipa you can find the 2nd deepest canyon in the world, the Colca Canyon, and in Puno, you can go on boat trips across Lake Titicaca, the highest navigable lake in the world! La Paz contains a lot of history and heritage and is also the highest capital city in the world at 3,640m.
Below, Bolivia Hop give you detailed information about all of these tours to help you plan and organise your adventures in Bolivia!
Ballestas Islands Tour:
Peru’s “Poor Man’s” version of the Galapagos Islands. Tour out in a large speedboat into the Pacific Ocean and discover this important sanctuary home to 400+ species of wildlife.
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Buggy and Sandboarding Tour:
Be ready for an adrenaline packed adventure in a 4-wheel-drive dune buggy with a CRAZY driver, where you will dash up and down the BIGGEST sand dunes in South America. Once atop the dunes, you will sandboard either lying down or standing up, like being on a snowboard!
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Nazca Lines Flight Tour:
Take a flight over the mesmerising Nazca Lines, which still to this date has scientists baffled about their origin! Estimated to be created between 500 B.C. and 500 A.D., they are one of the largest mysteries in the world due to their designs and size!
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Colca Canyon Tour:
The 3rd most visited destination in Peru and the second deepest canyon in the world. Twice as deep as the Grand Canyon.
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Lake Titicaca Tour:
Discover the highest navigable lake in the world at over 3,800 meters above sea level. Witness the lake which connects Peru and Bolivia and also has spectacular views.
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