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Bolivia is a colorful country with stunning landscapes. Famous for its altitude, it is the perfect place for mountain adventures. Furthermore, rock climbing options in Bolivia abound, so it is perfect for those that enjoy great crags and boulders! Of course, a seasoned guide can point you to the best spots while helping you out with logistics and ensuring safety. Compare and book a certified guide for your trip on Explore-Share.com: 1500+ guides, 70+ countries and more than 8000 different programs to choose from. Take a pick from our selection and get ready to go rock climbing in Bolivia. The mountains are calling!
Bolivia is famous for its colorful Altiplano mountain culture. In the Bolivian Andes region there are over 600 peaks, many of which have altitudes over 6000 m.a.sl. Furthermore, unique geological formations such as its famous salt flats, make up the unique landscapes of this South American gem. Rock climbing in Bolivia is a great way to discover some of the magical corners of this stunning country. Because Bolivia is not yet such a popular destination for this sport as other parts of the Andes are, it is a great place to go for remote climbing excursions. It is also important to go with a guide that can take you to the best spots for sports & trad options, as well as other climbing styles you might be interested in. Furthermore, a good guide will be able to help out with logistics and ensure safety while on the rocks! Rock climbing in Bolivia is a unique experience that will be unforgettable and awe-inspiring whether you are an advanced climber or at the early stages of getting acquainted with the sport.
Climate of Bolivia varies greatly depending on the region. In the highlands, you can expect average temperatures between 15 and 27 °C, although even in the summer they can drop as low as 0 °C at night. The coldest months are June and July, and the rainy season is between December and March.
There are over 30 official languages in Bolivia including Aymará and Spanish.
You can fly direct to the capital, La Paz, which is in the altiplano region, from other South American countries, and from the U.S.A and Canada. Otherwise, you will need to do a stopover. Also, you can travel by car or bus from neighboring countries.
Dry season, between May and October is best, just be ready for the chilly nights!
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