Bolivia Santa Cruz Tour
Day 1: Arrival Santa Cruz
The usual mode of transport into Santa Cruz is by air so we have included an arrival transfer from Santa Cruz airport to your hotel. En route, take some time to see how different this city is compared to the likes of La Paz. Even though Santa Cruz is the business capital of Bolivia it still has traditional aspects such as afternoon siestas, low rise buildings, a diverse culture and many alleyways full of crafts and local fresh produce. The city is jam-packed full of local living, making this a destination worthwhile considering!
When you arrive into Santa Cruz the afternoon is at your leisure and we recommend having a stroll around the city, taste its many cuisines, have a local beer and enjoy watching the locals go about their business.
Day 2: Sightseeing tour Santa Cruz
Santa Cruz de la Sierra is the capital of the Bolivian tropical low lands, region bordering with Brazil and Paraguay with tropical climate. The city is located between the green Amazonian jungle and the savannahs; it is a cosmopolitan and progressive city that offers all the services of a modern city.
Santa Cruz has geographic, historical and cultural characteristics which differ deeply from the Andes region. It has an average temperature of 23º C and above 30º C in the summer. The best way to capture the sights of this unique city is by a guided city tour allowing you to see all the sights Santa Cruz has to offer. Your tour starts off in the Historical Center of Santa Cruz, through the main streets of the colonial downtown (Casco Viejo), to the main Plaza, the typical “anillos”, main Avenues and the most interesting museums alongside with your guide sharing you the history and architecture of Santa Cruz.
Day 3: Depart Santa Cruz
Today your journey through Santa Cruz comes to an end, by this time you would have a great understanding of how the locals live in this vibrant central business hub.
After Santa Cruz we recommend on traveling to East Bolivia, which is a hidden treasure of the country.
Suggested onward journeys