Happy International Women’s Day! We would like to introduce you to these eight inspiring women. Each of them does exceptional work preserving the cultural and natural heritage of Peru and Bolivia and we are proud to collaborate with them. In these times of globalization, their work protecting the the environment,…

Marisol Mosquera Among World’s Best Trip Planners

We couldn’t wait to share the news: Marisol Mosquera, Aracari’s CEO and Founder, has been named to Wendy Perrin’s 2020 WOW List of Trusted Travel Experts,  the prestigious annual list curated by travel expert Wendy Perrin. “A native Peruvian, Marisol chucked a career in the financial world to become a pioneer in experiential…

The Best Fine-Dining Restaurants in Bolivia

Gustu

Bolivia has become one of the most exciting culinary destinations in the Andean Region. Creativity and innovation are leading the charge, with world-famous chefs taking traditional techniques and local ingredients in exciting new directions. Haute cuisine has grown exponentially in the country as visitors and locals alike seek out the…

Why Every Photographer Should Visit Bolivia and Peru

Cusco Photography workshop

In Conversation with Max Milligan : A Preview Of His Bolivian and Peruvian Photo-Workshops With Aracari We recently had the pleasure of interviewing photographer Max Milligan, who spoke to us about his life in Peru, love of photography, and of course, what to expect from his two highly anticipated photography-expeditions…

Bespoke travel in Bolivia. Tips and ‘best bits’

Uyuni sunset

Aracari travel planner, Bronwen Griffith has recently returned from a bespoke travel experience in Bolivia. Here she shares stories, tips and ‘best bits’ from her tour. “Our journey began in Sucre, a city in the southern highlands of Bolivia. Colonial architecture, prettily whitewashed houses and looming towers with a Moorish influence…

Your Guide To Navigating The Salar de Uyuni

Salar de Uyuni is one of the most striking natural sites in the world. Formed more than 40,000 years ago, the salt flats expand across 10,582 square kilometers (4,086 sq mi) in Bolivia at an altitude of 3,656 meters (11,995 ft) above sea level. Amid wide-stretching plains of salt, Salar…