Play the World's Highest Golf Course in Bolivia with Goway Travel

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The new "Golfing in the Clouds" day trip includes a round at the La Paz Golf Club.

Goway’s Latin America Division continues to develop their Bolivia travel ideas. This spectacular destination, landlocked in the heart of the Andes Mountains, is unrivalled in natural beauty. It’s also an incredible place to experience authentic Latin culture.

Their 3 day La Paz Stopover is an introduction to the country and the world’s highest capital. It’s also the natural starting point to explore Lake Titicaca and the Uyuni Salt Flats.

Goway has now added a Bolivia day tour for keen or amateur golfers to play a round at the world’s highest golf course – touted as "Golfing in the Clouds.” Founded in 1912 by British railway workers laying tracks through the Andes, the La Paz Golf Club is located in an upscale neighbourhood at the top of the massive bowl that is La Paz.

Holes are intersected with tall pillars of sandstone with immaculately kept fairways and green offering an amazing juxtaposition of browns to greens. With volcanoes in the distant framing the view, a round at the La Paz Golf Course is not only one of gaining a milestone by playing the highest course in the world it is also a day of beauty and scenery not seen anywhere in the world let alone on any golf course. The highlight for any serious golfer is the 12th hole, the fabled Valle de la Luna, (moon valley) as it requires a 180 yard shot over a forest of large, rocky outcrops below.

Goway specializes in custom itineraries for independent and group travel. Since 1970, Goway has provided unforgettable travel experiences to some of the world's most exotic and interesting destinations. Goway’s destinations include Australia, Asia, Africa, the Middle East, Latin America, Antarctica and idyllic tropical islands. For a free trip quote, visit http://www.goway.com.

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