Bolivia is a land of superlatives. The sheer amount of geographic, topographic, climatic and biological diversity will leave you awestruck. Not to mention the historical, cultural and spiritual depth of South America's most indigenous nation.
By taking one of the several Bolivia tours available, you'll begin to grasp at the richness and complexity of the Plurinational State of Bolivia, ancient home to the Tiwanaku culture, and inhabited for thousands of years by the Quechua, Aymara and Guarani people among others. Bolivia is a country you just can't leave out if willing to interact with the millenary cultures of the Andes.
There is virtually no limits about what to do and see in Boliva. From the white desert of the Uyuni Salt Flats in the Bolivian Altiplano, to the silver mines of Potosi and the crystal clear shores of Lake Titicaca - shared with Peru - the landscapes of Bolivia are breathtaking.
So it's the Bolivian Amazon. Think about Rurrenabaque (its main gateway), Yungas (with the world's famous death road from La Paz to Coroico), the national parks of Madidi and Noel Kempff Mercado, the latter believed to have inspired Conan Doyle to write his famous novel "The Lost world".
Think about beautiful colonial cities such as Potosi (once the richest city in the world) and Oruro particularly, home to one of South America's most famous carnivals: Oruro's Carnival, Bolivia's most renowned and largest annual celebration.
One of the two landlocked countries in the continent (together with Paraguay), Bolivia may be off the beaten path for many travelers, but surely is a superb destination when ready to explore the unsurmountable beauty South America is made of.
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