Sometimes referred to as the Tibet of South America, Bolivia is one of the most “remote” countries in the Western Hemisphere; except for the navigable Paraguay River stretching to the distant Atlantic, Bolivia and Paraguay are the only two landlocked nations in the Americas. It is also the most indigenous country in the Americas, with 60% of its population being of pure Native American ancestry.
*La Paz — The administrative capital and seat of the government. Gateway to the highest climbable mountains in Bolivia, *Lake Titicaca and the Death Road (El Camino de Muerte).
⇒ Also сheck оut мore info: *Sucre • *Santa Cruz de la Sierra
Quime (map) — Raunchy and friendly but sleepy mountain village surrounded by high mountains of the Cordillera Quimsa Cruz, with mines, waterfalls, native cloud forest and 31 Aimara indigenous communities. *Potosí — A high-altitude mining town, once one of the wealthiest cities in the world due to its silver mines. Popular for its mining tours.
Bolivia is an excellent place for hiking and trekking, both in the mountains, altiplanicas and the lush jungles, providing many interesting trails. However, due to the often remote nature of these trails, it is important that you are well prepared and have a proper and reliable map with you.
Outside of large cities, hostel prices are considerably cheaper when walking-in than online.
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