Airports in Bolivia

Here’s everything you need to know about Bolivia: Airports, transportations, climate, popular places and more. Airports in Bolivia and transfers...

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Information about Bolivia

  • Language: Spanish
  • Dialling code: +591
  • Capital: La Paz
  • Currency: Boliviano (BOB)
  • Time zone: UTC−4
  • Area: 1,098,581 square kilometres
  • Population: 12,054,379
  • Climate: Bolivia has warm and humid summers in the east and dry in the west. Rains change the temperatures, winds, and humidity.
  • National Religion: Christianity
  • Official Newspapers: Bolivian Times, Bol Press, Bolivia Weekly, BoliviaHoy
  • National Emergency Numbers: 110 (Police), 165 (Ambulance), 119 (Fire), +591-2-222-5016 (Tourist police in La Paz)

Bolivia, also the Plurinational State of Bolivia, is landlocked in western-central South America. It has borders with Paraguay in the southeast, Brazil in the north and east, Peru in the west, Paraguay in the southeast, Argentina in the south, with Chile in the southwest. The largest and major industrial city is Santa Cruz de la Sierra, situated in the Llanos Orientales. Bolivia is the fifth biggest city in South America after Brazil, Argentina, Peru, and Colombia and the world's 28th largest country. The country has a multiethnic population of Mestizos, Africans, Amerindians, and Europeans. Spanish and 36 indigenous languages are spoken. Bolivia has humid, warm summers in the east and dry in the west. Rain affects humidity, winds, and temperatures. Winters are cold in the west, with snow in the mountains. In the west, wind dominates the climate. In non-tropical regions, autumn is dry. Tropical glaciers are situated in the central parts of the country. With its biodiversity, various natural parts and reserves like Madidi National Park, Noel Kempff Mercado National Park, and Eduardo Acaroa Andean Fauna National Reserve Bolivia has a rich natural landscape. Tourism is one of the major incomes of the country. The world's largest salt flat, El Salar de Uyuni, is the top tourist attraction. The festival, Carnaval de Oruro, is among the first 19 Masterpieces of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity as declared by UNESCO.

People & Culture of Bolivia

As the origins of the Bolivian population are diverse, the country has a rich culture with indigenous Bolivian groups of the Andes, mestizos, and people of Spanish colonizers. And "mestizos" (a combination of natives with European descendants). Bolivia has a young population, with more than 60% of its people under 25. For Bolivians, family is important, and the members are very connected. Sharing and offering food is an important part of their culture at weddings, baptisms and funerals. They believe the dead return home on All Souls' Day or Day of the Dead, so they offer food to their ancestors.

Top Tourist Attractions in Bolivia

  • The Salar de Uyuni
  • White City
  • Uma Jalanta
  • Cochabamba (Gastronomical Capital of Bolivia)
  • Calle Sagarnaga
  • Gustu (A restaurant in La Paz)
  • Cerro Rico Mine
  • Tiwanaku Archaeological Site
  • Waterfalls in Coroico
  • Amazon Jungle
  • Valle de la Luna
  • Grand Canyon
  • La Senda Verde
  • Amboro National Park
  • Lake Titicaca
  • Dinosaur Footprints
  • Torotoro National Park
  • Nevado Sajama
  • Madidi National Park

Popular Dishes in Bolivia

  • Anticucho (skewered beef or chicken heats)
  • Cuñapé (bread snack)
  • Empanadas de Queso
  • Sopa de Mani (peanut soup)
  • Locro
  • Zonzo
  • Milanesa (slice of meat)
  • Helado de Canela
  • Tucumanas (crispy dough with beed)
  • Queso Humacha (thick and creamy soup)
  • Pique a lo Macho (beef, french fry-cut potatoes, onions and boiled eggs)
  • Salteñas (a juicy mix of sweet and savoury sauces)
  • Sajta de Pollo (a dish with chicken, yellow chilli peppers, tomatoes, peas, and onions)
  • Salteñas (baked empanada)
  • Silpancho (burger, eggs, rice with boiled and sliced potatoes)
  • Picante de pollo

Private Airport Transfers in Bolivia

With its natural attractions, welcoming culture, and beautiful landscapes, Bolivia attracts the attention of tourists. A colourful culture is enriched with festivals, music, and a large cuisine. It is a country to visit once again! offers private transfer service and door-to-door transfers from or to any airport in Bolivia. You can book your transfer online, and we can arrange the rest, so you don't need to worry about getting to the desired location in Bolivia.

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