A small town in the North of Bolivia with tropical weather. Situated on the banks of the Beni River, the spectacular Jungle called Selva and Pampas. In the Jungle you will be surprised of the beauty of the rainforest, landscapes, vegetation and biodiversity. The Pampas are located on the ecosystem of Yacuma River, a perfect location for wildlife observation. One can see alligators, turtles, capybaras, monkeys, ostriches, anacondas, and a large variety of birds and butterflies. Along the river you can swim with pink dolphins in one area, and can enjoy piranha fishing in another area.
La Paz is one of the most important indigenous cities of South America. It is situated in a bowl, surrounded by mountains but sitting at 3600 meters above sea level making it the highest capital city in the world. La Paz is one of the major cities in Bolivia, with 160000 of the population of indigenous descent making it a very noticeable culture shock for anyone coming from the developed western world. One can find a huge variety in climate, culture, life, museums, markets and churches here.
Coroico is a small village and perfect for anyone looking for peace,quiet and a restful place set in a natural environment. Coroico issituated 1500 meters above sea level and one can find pleasure weather during the year. The waterfalls and the rivers, are incredible making trekking in these areas a pleasure. The hills are great for anyone who would like to bike there, and is the end of the famous “Worlds Most Dangerous Road” bike ride.
Salar de Uyuni
The Uyuni Salar is the largest saltflat in the world and has an area of 12,000 km. Uyuni is situated 3675 meters above sea level. You can take multi-day excursions from here to cross the impressive saltflats as well as visiting the Anthropological Museum and the Train Cemetery just 3 km to the south of Uyuni.
Sucre is the most historical city of Bolivia. It is situated 2800 meters above sea level; it is a quiet but beautiful and peaceful city with a variety of culture and food. Food is high priority of the local people. People love this city due to their walk paths via plazas, parks en colonial streets to observe the beautiful paintings, balconies, historic monuments and the architecture.
Copacabana is located 155 km from La Paz and Lake Titicaca. Situated on 3841 meter above sea level. The government consider Copacabana as one the most import cities for their country, many pilgrims walk from La Paz to this place. (what is a 3,5 hour walk) This road is crossing several villages and a part of the old Inca Trail. Lake TiticacaLake Titicaca is located on the border of Peru and Bolivia. Situated on 8400 meter above sea level. This lake is considered as the highest one and the most fascinating lake in the world, in the stunning Andes mountains. The main attraction of the region is the past pre- Columbian lands.
Potosi is situated at 3,826 meters above sea level and is considered as one of the highest cities in the world. Near Potosi one can find Cerro Rico, with a history that dated back to the Spanish conquest. Potisi was also declared on the world known Heritage site Unesco. Close by are peaceful and quiet thermal baths. Santa CruzSanta Cruz is one of the largest cities and located on the east side of Bolivia. It has a huge variety of museums and cultural centers. Close by one can find Jesuit Missions of Bolivia who were declared `Cultural Heritage of Humanity´ by UNESCO. Walking paths along clear rivers and waterfalls can you find in Espejillos.