We are a group of ecotourism operators and hotels. Looking to support the communities we work in and one another while promoting the incredible destination that is Bolivia.
Our network spans many destinations in Bolivia and our focus is on providing sustainable solutions for Bolivia through ecotourism.
Our partners are eco tourism projects throughout Bolivia.
Please contact us or any of them for further information, and make sure you do a llama call with us soon!
“Bolivia is hoping to share their passion for their hairy friends and the incredibly beautiful landscapes they live in with the world in an effort to help your next virtual meeting be fun, uplifting and just funky enough to get you leaning forward and grinning ear to ear.”
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MAKE YOUR NEXT VIRTUAL MEETING A LLAMAZING ADVENTURE
Make your next boring video call llamazing by inviting a real live Bolivian llama to join with CallALlama.com! A new initiative by a network of ecotourism businesses in Bolivia have what they think the world needs, a chance to escape to the pristine Andean nation and get to know their national animal, the llama.
Due to current measures around the world in response to the Covid-19 outbreak friends, family and coworkers are forced to interact on video calls using technology such as Zoom, Google Meet, or now also Facebook Messenger. And with study after study showing the negative, life sapping effect of the tireless droll of virtual meetings Bolivia is hoping to share their passion for their hairy friends and the incredibly beautiful landscapes they live in with the world in an effort to help your next virtual meeting be fun, uplifting and just funky enough to get you leaning forward and grinning ear to ear.
“The llamas, the farm and tourism are my life” says Doña Eti, one of the llama herders you can meet on this virtual adventure into a country where authenticity, nature and llamas abound. Eti, who normally supplements her income taking tourists on walks with her herd of over 80 llamas is clearly in love with her animals and the beautiful place she calls home. The llama is a deeply important part of Bolivian culture in the Andean highlands and a big reason for the rise of civilization in the Andes thousands of years ago. The Aymaran people of the Altiplano call these amazing creatures, silent brothers as only a brother would work so tirelessly without complaint. This hearty, resilient and gotta say it, super cute, animal has provided ways for people to live in some of the harshest terrain in the world for millenia and recent studies even show that their unique antibodies may help mankind in our fight against covid-19.
This is no ordinary visit to a petting zoo. With most international borders closed and restrictions on travel all over the world, CallALlama.com also provides a respite from the confines of your home. The stunning destinations where you can visit a Bolivian Llama range from the shade of a volcano on the shores of the world’s largest salt flats in Uyuni to the birthplace of the Inca on a gorgeous lookout on Sun Island in the pristine Lake Titicaca. This remarkable solution to getting your travel and animal fix is also a remarkable way to promote future tourism to Bolivia and provide income to those who rely on tourism for their living during a time when they can’t work.
For just $50 you can visit the place of your choosing and the amazing llamas living there for 15 minutes with an English speaking local guide who will translate, inform and entertain as you explore this surprisingly beautiful country and get to know her national animal. If the short call with a local farmer and their beloved llama in an incredibly beautiful setting half a world away doesn’t make your day, then we may just be in llamagedon.
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