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Things to do in Bolivia

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Bolivia's awe-inspiring diversity of landscapes carries travelers from the Amazon rainforest to the world's largest salt flats via towering Andean peaks.
Additionally, compared to adjacent countries such as Argentina, Brazil, and Chile, this tranquil region of South America receives only half as many tourists, allowing you to appreciate the scenery without encountering any romantic difficulties.

This overall absence of throngs will ensure that scheduling crucial Bolivian experiences will not be a challenge. Ahead of La Paz and Los Yungas, embark on an exhilarating bicycle journey along the Death Road, or refresh yourself at the legendary Fountain of Youth situated at Lake Titicaca.

Bolivia, which is largely untainted by mass tourism and authentic and daring, is among the best-kept secrets of South America. Commence immediate trip planning with our list of the nine most popular destinations in Bolivia.

THE BEST THINGS TO DO IN BOLIVIA

EXPLORE THE SALAR DE UYUNI

One of the most extraordinary and beautiful places on Earth is Bolivia's Uyuni Salt Flats. The Uyuni Salt Flats, in the southwestern region of Bolivia, are the biggest salt flat in the world at over 10,000 square kilometers of crusted salt and blindingly white sky. The salt plains are located on the Altiplano, a high plateau that separates the eastern and western Andes. Stunning reflections of the sky and horizon may be seen in the little puddles of water that dot the salt plains.

CLIMB CERRO RICO, THE SILVER MOUNTAIN

Cerro Rico, often known as the Silver Peak, is a mountain that can be found in close proximity to the city of Potos. This was once one of the wealthiest towns in the world due to its enormous silver resources, and as a result, it has a rich history that is fascinating to learn about. Take a trip and visit the silver mines, where hundreds of miners still work each day, to get a real look at how people make their living and contribute to the economy in this one-of-a-kind region of the globe.

VISIT THE COLONIAL CITY OF SUCRE

Sucre, Bolivia's constitutional capital, is a picturesque city known for its colonial beauty and winding, cobblestone alleys. Since it has been called several things throughout the years, this city has earned the moniker "City of Four Names" and a spot on the UNESCO World Heritage List. The stunning Metropolitan Cathedral and Plaza 25 de Mayo are only two of the many historic landmarks located there. Many restaurants in Sucre provide authentic Bolivian fare, such as locro (a chili-spiked stew) and cuapé (cheese bread), so it's also a fantastic spot to experience these foods for the first time.

RIDE THE WORLD’S HIGHEST AND MOST SPECTACULAR CABLE CAR

One of the most remarkable examples of engineering in South American may be found in the Mi Teleférico Cable Car Network. The cable cars fly above the city of La Paz, providing passengers with breathtaking views of the nature that surrounds the city, including snow-capped mountains and deep canyons. The ride on this system, which is the tallest cable car network in the world, is an adventure you won't soon forget.

Before you plan your luxury Bolivia tour, make sure to get advice from a travel designer and think about the best things to do in Bolivia.


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