Bolivia travel tips and guide

Traveling Guide to Bolivia

Bolivia is a country where once you arrive you can’t help but think you have stepped back in time. The way of life, the pace and the people help to give this South America country plenty of character. The indigenous Inca people are still carrying on the traditions of the past elders and this makes for a colourful display.

The largest attraction for the tourist visitors to Bolivia is likely to be the huge salt flat known as Salar de Uyuni. This salt flat is the largest in the world and measures an impressive size of nearly 11,000-sq.-km. There are many different tour options and lengths to visit the area. You can opt for a group or private day trip, multi-day return trips to Uyuni or one-way trips that finish in San Pedro de Atacama. Landmarks you will see on most tours include Arbol de Piedra, The train’s graveyard, Inca Wasy island and Laguna Colorada.

Other must-visit locations and attractions in Bolivia the capital city of La Paz, Rurrenabaque, Sucre, Potosi and Cochabamba. Throughout these locations, you can visit the famous Amazon Rain Forest and spend time with traditional families, ride the most dangerous road in the world on a mountain bike, climb above 6,000m hiking the Huayna Potosi mountain, experience life working at one of the most dangerous underground mines in the world at the Potosi mine and eat traditional food at the Tarabuco Market.

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