Bolivia is a mountainous and landlocked country. With navigable lake, cultural cities, and rain forests, it is slightly off the beaten tourist path for tourists to travel and get a real view of Bolivian life. Here are some best places to visit in Bolivia.
Rurrenabaque or Rurre is situated on the shores of the Rio Beni. It is the jumping off point for many jungle, pampas and riverboat tours. The lowland tribe people, the Tacana, who were resistant to Christianity are also there.
Its name means “golden hill.” Its location on the side of the Andean foothills gives the best view of lush jungle forest, tropical foothills and jagged, ice peaks. It is warm there where tourist can do the mountain biking with lovely waterfalls and hilltop view.
This place is located between La Paz and Lake Titicaca. It is the right place for visitors who love hiking because of its height.
It is on the shores of the Lake Titicaca. There, it not only has a long history but visitors can visit the islands of the Sun and the Moon by ferry, also.
This city was one of the richest cities. Inhabitants who are living there are really friendly. Lovely colonial architectures and famed mines are what Potosi has.
Sucre is also known as the White city. In the city, there are many beautiful classical buildings and museums. Visitors can see the volcanic craters, dinosaur footprint, or the seven waterfalls.
Its lavish costumes and festivities make this town famous. There will be thousands of dancers and musicians performing their ethic dances during festival. It not only has the very awesome festival but it also includes museums, artisanal street of Calle La Paz.
It was found on the southern shore of Lake Titicaca. There were at least 20,000 people living in the city in the past. Tiwanaku is an ancient twon with temples, a pyramid, large gates and carving of alien-like face.
9. La Paz
La Paz is the administrative capital of Bolivia. This city brings you the amazing view from the top which is 3,650 meters above sea level.
10. Salar de Uyuni
It is situated in the Andes Mountains. This place is the largest salt flat in the world. The salt flat will make the unending white landscape during dry season, but it is more beautiful during rainy season because tourists can see the reflection of the blue sky on the surface.