Discover unrefined romance amidst stark and beautiful landscapes, staying in crumbling 16th century haciendas decorated with paintings of Spanish conquistadors, and meeting villagers tending quinoa and llamas, maintaining the traditions passed down through generations.
If you want your IG feed to be the envy of all but you can’t wait for Elon Musk to launch his first package tours to Mars, then the Salar de Uyuni will do the job nicely. The world’s largest salt flat spans over 10,000 square kilometres of dazzling alabaster-white surfaces, geometric salt patterns, blood-red lagoons and shimmering flamingo kaleidoscopes, where reflections blur the boundaries between reality and mirage.
And then there’s La Paz. At 3,600 metres above sea level, it will literally take your breath away. The world’s highest capital – packed into a bowl-like canyon in the shadow of Mount Illimani – is experiencing a creative renaissance of quirky cocktail bars, experimental cuisine and a thriving arts scene.