5 Places You Both Need to See on Your Bolivia Honeymoon

Romantic Trips
October, 02, 2018
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Let the romance begin.

Trying to plan a honeymoon to Bolivia and don’t know where to go? Let us help.  

We took a poll and came up with our top five most romantic destinations in Bolivia. Here they are!

Salar de Uyuni

Visit the world’s largest salt flat, and you’ll think you’re in a mystical wonderland. Hovering nearly 12,000 feet above sea level, the starck-white Salar de Uyuni is surrounded by sparkling lagoons, hot springs, volcanoes, geysers and more. You can sleep in huts there, if you want, but if luxury is what you seek, the famous Palacio del Sal (a hotel made of salt!) is just what your Bolivia honeymoon calls for. Don’t worry, you’ll still be near the flat. In fact, the hotel sits right on the edge of it.

Isla del Sol

Add Isla del Sol to your Bolivia honeymoon itinerary, and you’ll feel like you’re in paradise. Floating right in the middle of Lake Titicaca, there’s no traffic on the island, and there are endless views of sweeping valleys, majestic mountains and sunsets so beautiful that pictures just don’t do it justice. End your day at Las Velas Restaurant, where candlelit tables and Lake Titicaca views make it the perfect place for a romantic dinner after the sun goes down.  


If a relaxing trip to Bolivia is what you both have in mind, visit the quaint town of Coroico. There are waterfalls and rivers nearby, but with its tropical climate and stunning valley views, it’s also a great place to lay by a pool, drink a few cocktails and recover from all that wedding planning.


Just outside Santa Cruz, you’ll stumble upon the lush, enchanting village of Samaipata, which sits in the middle of a valley. The views alone make the trip worth it, but there’s a pre-Colombian fortress, an animal refuge, waterfalls, swimming holes and a sea of great restaurants, too. You can stay right in the heart of the village, or for a little more privacy, sleep in one of the luxury cabañas tucked in its surrounding hills. They’re idyllic.


Get a taste of the Mediterranean in this warm Bolivian city. There are plenty of vineyards nearby (meaning there’s also lots of cheap wine), a colonial city center and tasty local cuisine for you both to enjoy. For a romantic activity on your Bolivia honeymoon, head to Lake San Jacinto at sunset and let a local guide row you both through it.

Don’t know where to start planning? Reach out to Surtrek, the leader in custom South American travel, for help.

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