Salar Art+Travel started in 2012 as a luxury travel division of Salar Galería de Arte. Since its inception, our main goal has been to provide unique experiences and custom tailored itineraries
for those looking to visit Bolivia.
Our trips have an integral artistic/gastronomic component that aim to satisfy the most demanding clients and requests.
Over the years we have hosted high-profile clients and have worked with industry leaders in
luxury travel world-wide.
In 2017, after a long period of research and development the company became an independent entity, operating the most interesting and creative routes in Bolivia offering unparalleled
experiences and off-the-beaten-path activities without compromising comfort and upholding the most rigorous quality controls in all services offered.
We work hand in hand with the people behind the country’s Gastronomic Revolution and curate
one of a kind dining experiences in the major cities in Bolivia as well as in the most remote locations merging Haute Cuisine with Contemporary Art.
Our insider access gives our clients the opportunity to navigate the city like a local or live like a
local should they wish to stay at a luxury residence— part of our Private Home-stay program fitted with a 24 hour butler, private chef, luxury transportation and five-star hotel amenities.
We take each project and client’s needs into account prior submitting a one of a kind itinerary
where no experience is the same as the other and where no request is too extreme. You just ask and we deliver.
Send us an email to enquire about our destinations below within Bolivia and let us plan your perfect stay.
Officially known as Nuestra Señora de La Paz, also named Chuqi Yapu (Chuquiago) in Aymara, is the seat of government and the de facto national capital of the Plurinational State of Bolivia.
Is a town in Nor Yungas Province, in the La Paz Department of western Bolivia. Coroico Viejo (Old Coroico) was founded above the river Quri Wayq\'u (Quechua quri gold, wayq\'u valley, hispanicized spellings Coriguayco, Kori Huayco).
Potosí is a capital city and a municipality of the department of Potosí in Bolivia. It is one of the highest cities in the world at a nominal 4,090 metres. For centuries, it was the location of the Spanish colonial mint.
Salar de Uyuni (or Salar de Tunupa) is the world's largest salt flat, at 10,582 square kilometers. It is in the Daniel Campos Province in Potosí in southwest Bolivia, near the crest of the Andes and is at an elevation of 3,656 meters above sea level
Laguna Verde (Spanish for 'green lake') is a salt lake in an endorheic basin, in the southwestern Altiplano in Bolivia. It is located in the Sur Lípez Province of the Potosí Department. It is close to the Chilean border, at the foot of the volcano Licancabur.
(Spanish: [sukre]) is the constitutional capital of Bolivia, the capital of the Chuquisaca Department and the 6th most populated city in Bolivia. Located in the south-central part of the country, Sucre lies at an elevation of 2,810 meters.
(Spanish: Lago Titicaca, pronounced [ˈlaɣo titiˈkaka]; Quechua: Titiqaqa Qucha) is a large, deep lake in the Andes on the border of Bolivia and Peru, often called the 'highest navigable lake' in the world.
Tiwanaku (Spanish: Tiahuanaco or Tiahuanacu) is a Pre-Columbian archaeological site in western Bolivia near Lake Titicaca and one of the largest sites in South America.
Tarija or San Bernardo de la Frontera de Tarixa is a city in southern Bolivia. Founded in 1574, Tarija is the largest city & capital and municipality within the Tarija Department.
Santa Cruz, with an area of 370,621 km2, is the largest of the nine constituent departments of Bolivia occupying about one-third (33.74%) of the territory of the country.
We pride ourselves on offering our clients an all-around authentic experience from the minute they arrive. This includes experiences such as private house stays to curated pop-up dinners by the most renowned chefs in the country who will prepare a special meal for the occasion at remote locations.
We have an in-house content creation team that will produce the most interesting and creative itinerary for your journey taking into account your interests and goals above everything. No itinerary is the same and we strive to make each trip seamless where attention to detail and taste are paramount.
Salar's on-the-ground experts have inspected all the best hotels, including five-star properties, unique boutique hotels as well as private houses that are not offered as rentals to the general public. This firsthand knowledge makes it possible to recommend the perfect choice for each guest.
Among the people that we work with are PHD-level guides and specialists who are historians, astronomers, chefs, artists, collectors, professional athletes, geologists and other experts in each of their respective fields who often times will accompany our guests depending on their interests. There is one trait that all the people that we work with have and that is the passion for showing the best that each place has to offer.
A Bolivian native and a world nomad, Catalina was drawn to tourism due to her experiences abroad and her fascination for different cultures. After completing her studies in Law and an M.A. in Diplomacy and International Relations from the Diplomatic School of Madrid, Catalina moved to Washington D.C to work at the Organization of American States (OAS) when she gained expertise in the Latin American region.
Since then, Catalina left her corporate life to move back to Bolivia to oversee the overall running of Salar Art+Travel.
She\'s been with us for more than 4 years, but the experience and skills she brings go back much further. She is a development practitioner and political analyst with passion for social impact and sustainable development— as such she now leads Salar\'s social initiatives.
A passionate photographer, Catalina is most often found behind the lens of her camera.
Nicky Gott is the person on the ground making sure your trip goes without a hitch. A specialist in the gastronomic revolution and a native Bolivian she will offer you support and make sure everything during your stay in Bolivia runs smoothly.
She is well connected in the country will offer an insider perspective on the places you will visit.
Nicky lived in the United States for many years where she studied Social work with a minor in Sociology at the University of Maryland and after graduating college she traveled and taught English in Asia and eventually made her way back to Bolivia where she is also the co-founder of How to La Paz, a platform specializing in all things La Paz.
Canela is the co-founder of How to La Paz, a platform specializing in things to do around the city of La Paz. She is also the Experience Manager at the new Selina Hotel and works closely with designers, artisans and local artists in order to create a pathway into Bolivia’s vibrant culture.
Born and raised in La Paz, she is a true paceña who is very passionate about the city and the transformation it’s currently going through. She is responsible for creating and executing all experiences around the city from a pop-up tasting bar at the valley of the souls to working with famed local chefs to create one of a kind dining experiences for our clients.
She is the ultimate hostess who will make sure you have the best time while you are our guest.
Miguel and his brothers are responsible for executing the most complex tasks such as building a movable stage in the middle of the desert for a special concert to coordinating the logistics for a photo shoot. Miguel serves as the production manager and has worked with the family for over twenty years.
There is simply no task too big for him and his team and he is always ready for a challenge.
Most of the times he can be found behind the scenes or at the studio where he is usually building something for something.
While planning his own wedding in 2010, Mariano had to develop a 7-day itinerary for his guests coming from overseas to La Paz way before La Paz became the “it” destination and where the haute gastronomic movement had yet to start. This is where it all started.
Mariano is the Director of Salar Galería de Arte in La Paz and originally founded Salar Art+Travel to service his international art clients who wanted to visit Bolivia.
Since then, the company has become an independent Luxury DMC servicing industry leaders worldwide and it still works closely with the Gallery as we aim to have one ore more art elements in each trip we craft from hosting a pop-up dinner at the gallery to commissioning artists to doing ephemeral site specific installations in the deserts..
We are lucky to have Bolivia’s most celebrated artist in our team serving as our Creative Director.
Gaston’s love for Bolivia is deeply rooted in its vast and diverse landscapes and on its people.
He is an avid explorer, mountain climber and one of the first people to visit and start talking about the Uyuni Salt Desert as a destination going back to the early seventies.
Gaston’s creativity is ingrained in everything that he does from his artistic practice that ranges from Video Art to Land Art— to consulting on different fields from business to politics.
He is known for coming up with the most creative solutions and his approach to travel is no different which is one of the reasons he has been sought-after by many of the most illustrious visitors that have visited the country in the last 30 years.
We will get to know you and create a Tailor-Made itinerary for you. Tell us what you would like to do and where you would like to go and we will prepare an itinerary and a quote for you that exactly matches your preferences.
Together, we will determine the ideal price, dates, style of touring, route, pace, accommodations, levels of pampering, dining preferences, adventure levels, options to meet locals, and options to explore nightlife scenes.
No trip is the same and the experiences we propose go far beyond what any guidebook will tell you about our destinations.
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