Taking a private jet charter to Bolivia will be a wonderful experience. The country has quite a large population of 10.89 million residents and has dry and wet weather patterns. As a result, the best time to visit Bolivia is May through October. Bolivia is a country located in central South America with a varied terrain spanning the Andes Mountain range, the Atacama Desert, and the Amazon Basin rainforest. At more than 3,500m, its administrative capital, La Paz sits on the Andes’ Altiplano plateau with snow-capped Mt. Illimani in the background. Nearby is the glass-smooth Lake Titicaca, which is the continents largest lake, and shares the border with Peru. There are many remarkable destinations to visit in this South American country. Adventure, culture, and nature are all part of this Latin Country.
People who are nature and history seekers should visit Lake Titicaca. This lake straddles the border between Peru and Bolivia. This ancient area is known to be the birthplace of the Incas and is filled with various ruins. Today, the area is a mixture of crumbling cathedrals, the Altiplano plateau, and rolling hills. Crops are planted and harvested by hand and tamed llamas are some unique sights to observe. Visitors should expect to see giant frogs and other rare types of aquatic wildlife. The islands around Lake Titicaca are famous for their peacefulness and taking on the living traditions of their agrarian cultures. This will give visitors a new perspective and be able to form new ideas. Travel agencies located in Puno offer tours to lakes on the island. However, visitors must respect the privacy of the people who live on these islands and show courtesy.
Adventure seekers will enjoy riding in cable cars over the capital city of La Paz. This cable car system is the highest in the world and provides a fabulous view of La Paz. Interestingly, locals also use the cable cars for a mode of transportation instead of sitting in heavy traffic. Another way to experience a thrill is to venture into the Amazonian Rainforest while taking an extremely narrow road. This road is called Yungas Road, which is a windy pathway that is carved into the side of the mountains. Located in between La Paz, this is the road to take to experience the rainforest. The safest and best way to travel on Yungas Road is to reserve a guided mountain biking tour with the local company Gravity Assisted Mountain Biking. Visitors will pay $750 for the trip and will be treated at the end of the ride with a hot shower, buffet, and a tour of the Senda Verde animal refuge.
Eating the local Bolivian cuisine will satisfy an empty stomach. Bolivian cuisine consists of corn, potatoes, quinoa, beans and is often combined with meat. Papas Rellenas is a Peruvian dish but has been adopted in the Bolivian Andes region. This dish is a fried stuffed potato filled with a boiled egg, or cheese, and is often coated with a spicy flour batter. Another great dish to eat is a soup known as Sopa De Mondongo. This soup is made from a slow-cooked mixture of vegetables such as peppers, onions, cabbage, and carrots. People who want to eat from street vendors should stand in the longest line which is the most popular type of food.
Bolivia is a unique and beautiful South American country. To make this trip happen to book a private jet to Bolivia with American Charter Services to begin the trip of a lifetime once the jet has arrived in Bolivia Airport. Call Now (561) 562-4711 to reserve of one our fine jets for a travelers transportation needs!