South America is full of natural beauty. Bolivia may not be the only most popular country to visit in South America. When I see South American itineraries it just amazes me that leave this gorgeous country off the list. There are few drawbacks like you pay $100 for a visa; yes, the public transport is also not so good; and yes, it is not always the easiest place to travel but the stunning beauty of this place makes me to forget everything.
Bolivia has so many variation in its terrain. Massive mountain peaks getting lost in the clouds, the highest navigable lake in the world, several bustling metro, jungles and rivers and tons of wildlife, and of course the largest salt flat on Earth.
There are best 7 places to see while travelling into Bolivia.
The Roads of Death and La Paz
The roads of death is situated into the city of La Paz.
La Paz has highest airports in the world and it is all surrounded by the mountains.
The road of death is located an hour outside La Paz. It is also known as world’s most dangerous road.
A new road was built few times back, so car traffic is at a minimum now, but it is still possible to face off vehicles on the same road. The views are spectacular though, and if you’re an adrenaline junkie, this is for you.
Isla del Sol on Lake Titicaca
This is One of the most popular place in Bolivia. The evening here is so romantic. A few hour boat ride from the shores of Copacabana, across the highest commercially navigated lake in the world, sits an island that is the site of one of the Inca creation myths (there are several versions). Ancient Incan steps lead up from a pure spring, and several Incan ruins await travelers to this beautiful island. There are also a few “towns” on the island, and it is possible to stay overnight in either. Travelers can find a few museums on the northern side of the island in Challapampa for a minimal fee.
Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia
Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia is a salt field spreading for about 10,582 square kilometres. The layer of salt is some meters thick and you can drive a car on it. In the wet season the salt field is covered with water but tourists still can drive over. There are different touristic tours offering a walk over this unique place and you can even stay at a hotel where everything is made by salt! Salar de Uyuni is one of the most interesting places for all travellers looking for adventure, uniqueness and unforgettable views!
While doing adventure on World’s Most Dangerous Road, you end up the bike ride a short drive from the little town of Coroico located in an area called the Yungas. It’s a subtropical valley that lies between the massive peaks near La Paz and the Amazon jungles. While Coroico isn’t the most active and bustling town around. It is little but most relaxing getaway in bolivia.
A Pampas- The Jungle tour
If you are a jungle lover then this place is for you. It is full of flaura and fauna. Many travelers choose Bolivia as a country to explore the jungles because it’s way cheaper than the neighboring countries like Brazil and Peru.
Many visitors coming from Brazil and Peru start their journey of Bolivia from here. It is a small town located on the shores of Lake Titicaca, Copacabana is a beautiful little place that is great for unwinding.
The beach is semi-rocky and water is icy.
The crystal clear waters is surrounded by the snow capped mountains off in the distance provide extraordinary views.
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