Traveling to Bolivia may not be on your radar, but we’re here to change that. Sucre,
Bolivia’s true capital, is a beautiful and relaxing city packed with fun things to do and
see. Whether you want to take it easy or go full thrill seeker, Sucre has got you
Fondly referred to as “La Ciudad Blanca” (The White City), you’ll find the impressive
colonial city center to be intact and well-preserved. Sucre is known for its distinctive
integration of Spanish and European culture with their prehispanic indigenous one.
This gives the city its unique charm and sense of being otherworldly. Along with
being rated as one of the safest cities in Bolivia, it also contains the most English
speakers as well as a thriving cafe and restaurant scene, creating a comfortable
Perhaps the most riveting facet of Sucre is its rich culture. Visiting any of their
markets is truly a special treat. In addition to their unparalleled markets, there are
tons of remote indigenous villages to be discovered and countless ancient Incan
trails to explore.
Working directly with local tour operators, we ensure that both the tourists and the
community are getting the most out of our platform. Take a look at some of the
tours we offer, starting with the cultural and ending with the more active ones.
10 INCREDIBLE THINGS TO DO IN SUCRE BOLIVIA
Urban Organic Garden Tour
This is the founder’s favorite tour. You will be guided through 8 family farms where
you’ll learn about the different modules of organic production as well as natural
insecticides and fertilizers. At the end of the tour, you’ll get to enjoy an organic
vegetarian lunch with the women who run the farms.
Puka-Puka and Tarabuco
This is a tour of culture and community. You will explore both cities and check out
their textile fairs all while experiencing the feelings of coexistence within their
communities through traditional music and dance.
Thanks to the areas relaxed way in speaking and having South America’s clearest and
most neutral spanish accent, Sucre is well known for its language schools. There are
plenty of options to choose from, including homestays with local families where you
are able to fully immerse yourself into the spanish language and culture.
Bolivian Gastronomy Course
A brother and sister created this experience and host you in their home. Carefully
sourcing their ingredients from local organic suppliers, you’ll learn how to cook
traditional favorites and how to make different juices. The best part? Consuming all
of the delicious treats you help create!
Hiking the Maragua Crater is the most popular attraction in this area. Consequently,
there are a ton of tours available to choose from. We have done all of the work for you
and have found the best guides Sucre has to offer. There are 1, 2, and 3 day tours,
depending on how adventurous you are feeling.
El Palmar Natural Reserve Tour
This is a 2 day trip where you get to see cave paintings, waterfalls, canyons and all of
the flora and fauna of El Palmar. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are included on the first
day; breakfast and lunch are included on the second day.
Icla Canyons Tour
Pablo will be your guide for this full day tour through the Jumbate trail, the
historical town of Tarabuco with a brief overview on the War of Independence
(March 12, 1816), the Candelaria community, the Icla Valley Viewpoint and Main
Square, archaeological sites, and of course through the canyons where you’ll be able
to swim in crystal clear waters.
Mountain Biking Tour
William takes you out into the clean and pure air of the mountains surrounding
Sucre. With a difficulty score of medium, it’s a tour for everyone to try!
Horseback Riding Tour
Johnny has 20 years of experience with horses and is very passionate about what he
can offer his guests. With this tour, you can trot through Hacienda Bella Vista and go
through the Hill of Garcilazo.
Bungee Jumping Tour
For the true thrill seeker, this bungee jumping tour offers all the adrenaline rush of a
lifetime. Jumping in the Chaqui Mayu Valley of Palms offers spectacular views.
Come see why Sucre is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Centre and why we are
so passionate about sharing this authentic city with you!