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Jueves, Junio 13, 2019 - 13:29 | Thorn Tree

The only time I can be in Bolivia is in August. I've read, and heard this is not the time to go.

Would it be better to wait for another time ( although I'm a teacher and this is my only time off each year)?

My plan would be to fly in and out.

Thanks!

Last post at: 2019-06-14 06:22:54 UTC
Martes, Junio 11, 2019 - 12:39 | Thorn Tree

My trip to Bolivia and Uyuni Salt Flat is by far the most physically challenging journey that I had in my life. I had to combat jet lag, high altitude, zero humidity, polarized temperature range, lost in translation, and complete remoteness with none cell phone coverage…

Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia is the world’s largest salt flat. I believe the Salt Flat is on everybody’s travel bucket list.
Here are the best 8 Things to Do during your excursion in Uyuni.

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Sábado, Junio 8, 2019 - 06:50 | Thorn Tree

Hello!
any travelers out ther who have gone to the salt flats in bolivia?
i want to visit them on my backpacking trip through south america in january. im using as little money as possible and id rather not have to use a tou company to see the flats. has anyone gone there on their own with out a tour guide? if so how did you get there? was it hard to navagate? what did your expenses for the trip look like? i got loads of questions so if anyone knows something i dont, please bless...

Sábado, Junio 1, 2019 - 09:34 | Thorn Tree

Planning a trip to Bolivia in October 2020. I want to do a jungle lodge. Chalalan or Sadiri are my options.

I would rather do Chalalan. However I think I can use my Cpap machine at Sadiri wheras at Chalalan that might be tough. According to them.

Does anyone know about these lodges? Is chalalan so superior that I should be willing to go through 3 Poor sleep nights? I have moderate sleep apnea. If I had severe this would not even be a question.

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Domingo, Mayo 26, 2019 - 21:28 | Thorn Tree

I am a solo traveler and want to visit the salt flats for a 3 night 4 day tour. Is it easy to just join in on another group?

Last post at: 2019-06-01 17:58:59 UTC
Domingo, Mayo 26, 2019 - 14:19 | Thorn Tree

Good evening!

I am planning to travel to Bolivia for a month, next November or December (dates to be fixed).
How is this time to travel there?? what about Uyuni salt pans?

Thanks so much as usual for your great recommendations!
Best regards!

Last post at: 2019-05-27 17:25:55 UTC
Domingo, Mayo 26, 2019 - 07:25 | Thorn Tree

Hi all,

We are considering the following companies for a 3d 2n tour of the Salar de Uyuni salt flats, departing from Uyuni and ending up in San Pedro de Atacama. Thought I'd share our research but also get any advice on which company to go for ...

  1. Cruz Andina - $180pp
    https://www.cruzandinatravel.com/en/tours/...

Domingo, Mayo 26, 2019 - 07:24 | Thorn Tree

Hi all,

We are considering the following companies for a 3d 2n tour of the Salar de Uyuni salt flats, departing from Uyuni and ending up in San Pedro de Atacama. Thought I'd share our research but also get any advice on which company to go for ...

  1. Cruz Andina - $180pp
    https://www.cruzandinatravel.com/en/tours/...

Viernes, Mayo 24, 2019 - 01:06 | Thorn Tree

1 month trip.. Peru/Bolivia. Would like to do a jungle lodge. Most interested in Chalalan in Madidi in Bolivia. However I have a moderate sleep apnea and require a cpap machine.

I am unable to use a CPAP at chalalan.

Do you know of any jungle lodge in Bolivia or peru or possibly outside of those countries where I could use a CPAP?

Other question are there jungle excursions that can be done as a day trip so I can back to hotel or hostel and use my cpap?

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Martes, Mayo 21, 2019 - 22:47 | Thorn Tree

Any recommendations on an excellent 3 day salt flat tour that is recent? Speaking of Bolivia. Also how cold is sleeping? I only have a 55 degree bag and a little warm gear.

Last post at: 2019-05-22 19:35:12 UTC
Lunes, Mayo 20, 2019 - 15:04 | Thorn Tree

Hi All,
This gets posted every now and then, but currently the US consulates are saying that Americans should get their visas in advance of arrival in Bolivia. I have a feeling that is just official policy to be cautious, but in reality it is still possible to get visa on arrival. Has anyone reading this gotten a Bolivian visa in the past few weeks?
Thanks!
Jesse

Last post at: 2019-05-20 19:04:11 UTC
Domingo, Mayo 19, 2019 - 16:48 | Thorn Tree

We are staying at Hotel Cortez in Santa Cruz the end of July. Due to flight schedule changes, we are now arriving much earlier than expected (1:44 am). We have a meeting at 5 pm that day at the hotel. We will be 11 women and 1 man--most with little to no Spanish and little experience traveling abroad. Range in age from 19 to 62.

  1. Besides catching up with some sleep, and hanging by the pool, any suggestions for safe sightseeing for a few hours?

  2. ...
Viernes, Mayo 17, 2019 - 09:15 | Thorn Tree

What kind of sleeping bag I need if I want to climb (at the beginnig of Oct) the Nevado Sajama (6500m)?
I have a 3 season sleeping bag that is good for +2 celsius (comfort +2C,35F limit -4C, 25F). What do you think it is warm enough?

Last post at: 2019-05-20 01:24:44 UTC
Jueves, Mayo 16, 2019 - 08:48 | Thorn Tree

Hi,

I am flying into la paz next week and plan to spend a few days there then work my way up, via lake titicaca, to cuzco where I will be volunteering. Most of the trip is set, but being that I am a yong woman traveling alone was wondering whether my plan of visiting Val de Luna and Tihuanaco independantly (without a tour) is a good idea. My concern stems from the possibility of being out on a trail without much foot traffic/that's out of view from anyone else... I assume this...

Martes, Mayo 14, 2019 - 08:38 | Thorn Tree

Hello!
It is an extremely long shot but I have arranged a guide to climb the Huayna Potosi in two days, from tomorrow wednesday the 15th on.
If there is anyone interested to team up, that would cut the cost of the guide and transportation in half.
If interested, please send me a pm on klaas.tiebout@gmail.com as soon as possible as we will have to make arrangements to get the proper gear and so on, or...

Martes, Mayo 14, 2019 - 04:23 | Thorn Tree

Hello

We’re planning a trip to Bolivia and Peru for august- september. We would do cusco, machu pisshu, arequipa, titicaca lake, la paz and salar uyuni.
The tickets are a lot cheaper for us if we would fly in in bolivia and fly out in Peru. So start with uyuni and end our trip with machu picchu.
But really all the itinerarys that I red, go from Peru to Bolivia. I was wondering if there is a reason for it. Mayby it has to do something with the altitude? Does anyone has...

Domingo, Mayo 12, 2019 - 17:04 | Thorn Tree

Is 2000 USD enough for eight weeks of budget travel in Bolivia?

I'd like to get a good look at La Paz, Cochabamba, Sucre and Potosi.

One complication, which might shorten my journey a bit, is that I might want to do a guided trek.

Thanks,

Le Retif

Last post at: 2019-05-12 21:14:32 UTC
Viernes, Mayo 10, 2019 - 17:38 | Thorn Tree

Hi all,

I want to climb a few mountains in August 2019, the first two weeks is when I'll be there. I'm hoping to share a trip to sajama national park, let me know if you are interested in joining.

Thanks

John

Last post at: 2019-05-14 15:30:52 UTC
Jueves, Mayo 9, 2019 - 20:19 | Thorn Tree

Hi,

Can anyone recommend guide services operating out of La Paz that might do the Yunga Cruz Trek for less than 300 USD? From what I saw in Southern Peru a few years ago it's likely to be as much as 50% less expense in the country itself as the prices listed by guide services on the internet. I'm not trying to be stingy here, but, after all, it is I believe a roughly 38 mile/5-day trek and in the US I am very much considered to be a poor person.

Also has this trek...

Miércoles, Mayo 8, 2019 - 19:31 | Thorn Tree

Has anyone climbed Chachacomani? If so, can you share some insights? How technical is it? How exposed is the Ruta Normal?

Thanks.

Last post at: 2019-05-08 23:31:46 UTC

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