With great historical value and major ruins from the former Inca Empire, Bolivia is a country of mythical sites where traditions are well preserved. Do the names Che Guevara or Salar de Uyuni ring a bell? Bolivia’s famous republican figure as well as the largest salt flat on earth are symbols of the country and had a great impact on its development over the years. Learn the moves of the "devil dances" and discover the rich Bolivian folklore in the prestigious "Carnaval de Oruro", which was proclaimed by UNESCO among the first 19 "Masterpieces of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity". Enhance your knowledge visiting El Fuerte de Samaipata, a Pre-Columbian religious site built by the Chanes, a Pre-Inca culture. Here you can see stone carvings and the El Cascabel mysterious lines pointed to the East believed to have astronomical purposes. Go shopping for souvenirs or handicraft items into one of the most bizarre, maze shaped markets on earth, the Witches Market (Mercado de Brujas). Find out the legends of Lake Titicaca and its two islands, the Isla Del Sol and the Isla de la Luna. Bolivia is a trip to the past, a country where you can see unique places in the world and a place of permanent wonder.
The Highest Lake In The World, Where The World Was Created: Lake Titicaca
On the border of Peru and Bolivia, high in the Andes Mountains, is the highest navigable lake in the world at an elevation of more than 12,000 feet above sea level. Doesn’t sound like too friendly of a place, does it? Well, you couldn’t be more... in: Bolivia, South America
The Salt Wonderland: Salar Uyuni
When you hear the name Salar Uyuni, you usually think of more than the powder of salt which makes your meals taste better. This place is known worldwide for being the world’s largest salt flat measuring about 10,582 square kilometers (4,086... in: Bolivia