Bold and brash, Bolivia lifts travelers to its dizzying heights with stunning scenery, legendary landmarks and a rich, indigenous heritage.
Bolivia is an energetic, enigmatic piece of South American sorcery – alive with passion, awash with color, connected to the past but living very much in the present. Soak in thermal baths surrounded by erupting geysers and desert; marvel at ruins on Lake Titicaca’s Island of the Sun (the mythical birthplace of Inca civilization); saddle up and tour Old Sucre’s monastic buildings and, of course, check out the mega salt-lick of the Salar de Uyuni – it’s like being on a snowfield…but with flamingos!
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Bolivia at a glance
Sucre (constitutional, population 290,891); La Paz (administrative, population 1,908,000)
Bolivian boliviano (BOB)
Spanish, Quechua, Aymara, Guarani
(GMT-04:00) La Paz
Type A (North American/Japanese 2-pin) Type C (European 2-pin)