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Poppy G USA

5 star rating: Highly Recommended
November 2016

I had a great time on the La Paz Food, Wine, and Beer Tour! The guide was awesome, and he provided a great glimpse into Bolivian culture and food. We started at San Francisco Church and ate our way through the city.

One piece of advice: DO NOT eat beforehand!

Triston L K Australia

5 star rating: Highly Recommended
May 2015

Fantastic Tour. Thoroughly recommend - note: DO NOT EAT BEFOREHAND - there is plenty of delectable delights on this tour and you wont be able to fit them all in if you have eaten a big lunch

Jennifer d

5 star rating: Highly Recommended
December 2014

Excellent tour by Sergio. Really informative about the food but also Bolivia as a whole. We went to some super local places and tried things I had not even heard of. Tip would be to go very hungry as I didn't manage the last stop!

james c

4 star rating: Recommended
June 2016

Vert good evening
Sampled some local food and bars
Highly recommend

Georgina N

4 star rating: Recommended
September 2015

Our food tour with Daniel our guide was great. We ran across some challenges with our hostel and had to carry our luggage around the tour. Daniel not only accommodated but he also helped us when he did not have to. The tour was had a great variety of food, and range of foods. It was a great way to quickly learn a lot about Bolivian foods!

Eddy O

3 star rating: Worth doing
June 2015

Excellent way to try different foods from Bolivia.Requires a lot of walking. Tour guide was knowledgable.One big negative meeting point was different then what Viator told me so it was very confusing and almost missed the tour. I had to walk back to my hotel and have them call Red Cap to come get me

Needra B

1 star rating: I do not recommend this
June 2016

Firstly red cap tours didn and #39;t have us on list. Fortunately someone else had booked and the tour guide came for them. He also wasn and #39;t wearing a red cap which made difficult to spot tour guide in one of the most busiest areas. Secondly there was no beer/wine. Thirdly guide forced me to eat cow tongue

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