Female Couch Surfing in Bolivia

Couch surfing in Bolivia offers a unique and enriching way to truly immerse in the local culture. It provides an excellent opportunity for adventurous women to meet locals, learn about their traditions, and gain firsthand insights of the Bolivian way of life. Additionally, you'll meet fellow globetrotters to share experiences and create lasting friendships. Couch surfing allows you to see Bolivia through a local's eyes, discovering the hidden gems that are missed by most tourists. It's an authentic and budget-friendly way to enjoy your stay in Bolivia.

Hosts in Bolivia

Yara

Yara

La Paz

Can host for:

3 days

About me

Hi, I’m yara. I walk in the life with medicine plants, tantra, the pleasure of breathing and joy the life. I’m a tarot reader, learning for be Amawt’a one day.

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marcy

marcy

La Paz Murillo

Can host for:

7 days

About me

Hi, I'm marcy and I'm interested in animals, camping, culture, dancing, languages and trekking

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Yarmila

Yarmila

La Paz Murillo

Can host for:

3 days

About me

Hey!, I'm Yarmila and I'm interested in backpacking, camping, hiking, photography, writing, cycling, books, art, food & cuisine, nature, science and solo travel

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Stephany

Stephany

Bolivia

Can host for:

1 day

About me

Hi, My name is Stephany and I'm interested in dancing, food & cuisine, nightlife, solo travel, languages, events & social, fashion, shopping and photography

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Meet locals in Bolivia

Kiara

Kiara

About Me

Hello🦋 I am Kiara, nice to meet you! I am a 24 year old solo multidisciplinary female traveler from Bolivia 🇧🇴 (LATAM). Looking for travel buddies/ hosts to feel safer and enrich our trip experience from spending time together and having great conversations ✨ I speak Spanish native and English fluent! 💬 I am a very easygoing, attentive to my surroundings and curious when traveling. In general terms I am respectful, honest, clean and funny. I am open to experience the world with other female travelers and share life time memories 🌸 📸 I love taking pictures! So don’t doubt that you will always have that “camera friend” who will be delighted to take pictures from your trip 😊

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Marina

Marina

About Me

Hi, I‘m a 24 year old student from Switzerland currently solo-traveling in Bolivia. I‘d love to meet other travelers to explore La Paz with and maybe go hiking in the beautiful Andes :)

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Upcoming visitors to Bolivia

Lauren

Lauren

About Me

Hi! I'm from Manchester 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 and have lived in Lyon 🇫🇷 and Valencia 🇪🇸 Love exploring new places and learning about other cultures ✨️

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Experiences from Bolivia

Overall rating

4.7 /5

based on 8 experiences

Rating summary

Things to do

4.7/5

Safety

4.7/5

Food

4.7/5

Budget-friendly

4.7/5
Mirian

Mirian

Peru

Solo travel experience

Bolivia is amazing, I was in La Paz, Uyuni and Potosi, I loved La Paz a lot, you cannot miss doing the Camino de la Muérete, it is an unforgettable adventure, Uyuni I recommend only doing the 2-day tours and Potosí does not have much to visit but I loved the city, it is very beautiful, you can stay a few days to rest from the noise and traffic of big cities, I recommend Hostel Koala in Potosí and you can find it at Hostelworld.

Posted: February 7, 2024
Things to do: 5/5Food: 5/5Budget-friendly: 5/5Safety: 5/5
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Local experience

Tips: Everything in Bolivia is very cheap. Usually, 1$ = 7 Bolivian bolivianos. When you're walking the streets, make sure you're not alone in the dark or where there aren't too many people, and never trust anyone. Bolivia is not as safe as traveling to Europe, so I recommend being careful. Be careful if you get into taxis, make sure they have the company logo and name on the side of the car. Police in Bolivia are very corrupt. Always try to cooperate, and if you're in trouble, just offer them 50 Bolivian bolivianos, and it should be fine. People in Bolivia appreciate it when you try to speak their language. Must see places: Tiwanaku Puerta del Sol Lago titikaka Salar de uyuni Laguna verde Casa de la moneda Huellas de dinosaurios Cristo de la concordia Cerro rico El fuerte de samaipata Chiquitania de Santa Cruz de la sierra Best food: Santa Cruz: Cuñapes, Empanada , Tamales, Pan de arroz, Majadito, Locro La Paz: Fricase Oruro: Charquekan Potosí: Sopa de mani Cochabamba: Silpancho, Trancapecho, Pique a lo macho Best drinks: Beer: Huari, Paceña ice Liquor: Singani Juices: Somó, Mocochinchi, Chicha

Posted: February 6, 2024
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Solo travel experience

I travelled solo across Bolivia for 20 days. I started my journey in Sucre, then went to Uyuni, and later to La Paz. I was worried initially, but now I can say that I felt really safe. I used local buses, taxis and visited a lot of places. My only recommendation for Bolivia is to beware of scams. One guy sold me a bus ticket to another city at double the price.

Posted: October 24, 2023
Things to do: 5/5Food: 5/5Budget-friendly: 5/5Safety: 5/5
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Couch surfing in Bolivia