Bolivia Climate & Weather
Bolivia Climate and Weather
Due to the altitude, Bolivia's climate is one of extremes, with warm days and cold, sometimes freezing nights. Rain is heavy over the summer months (November to March), and Bolivia can be become very humid (especially at lower altitudes). The climate varies drastically between regions, so weather should be checked for each destination.
The dry winter season (May to October) is the high season for tourism, and generally the best time to visit. That said, tourists should check the best time to visit for the particular region and activity they are planning, as the country has many different climatic zones.
Tour operator G.A.P Adventures has for the past 14 years specialised in unique, small group, grassroots adventure travel experiences in the world's most wild places, going off the beaten track into the heart of the destination to meet the locals who call it home. G.A.P. Adventures offers several expeditions to the Bolivian Amazon and Andes.
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