The Bolivia Travel Guide

mailanmaik / Pixabay

Sucre, Bolivia (UNESCO, white-washed buildings, colonial architecture)


Tarabuco, Bolivia (small town outside Sucre, famous Sunday Market)


Candelaria, Bolivia (small town outside Sucre)


Cochabamba, Bolivia (landlocked)


Salar Uyuni Salt Flat, Bolivia

Salar Uyuni, Bolivia – jerzykwpodrozy / Pixabay
Salar Uyuni, Bolivia – martojano / Pixabay
Salar Uyuni, Bolivia – oscarwcastillo / Pixabay


Salar de Uyuni Salt Flats Traverse, Bolivia: Uyuni to San Pero de Atacama, Chile; 310 miles

Salar Uyuni, Bolivia – flyingmozart / Pixabay
Salar Uyuni Traverse, Bolivia – jstarj / Pixabay


Lake Titicaca, Bolivia

  • Copacabana, Lake Titicaca, Bolivia
  • Tiahuanaco Ruins, Lake Titicaca, Bolivia
    • Gate of the Sun, Tiahuanaco Ruins, Lake Titicaca
  • Island Del Sol, Lake Titicaca, Bolivia
    • Del Sol Island ruins, Island Del Sol
      • Inca Temple Ruins, Del Sol Island
Lake Titicaca, Bolivia 213852 / Pixabay
Lake Titicaca, Bolivia – SoleneC1 / Pixabay
Lake Titicaca, Bolivia – PublicDomainPictures / Pixabay


La Paz, Bolivia

  • Markets
  • Coca Museum
La Paz, Bolivia – 213852 / Pixabay
La Paz, Bolivia – 677920 / Pixabay


El Choro Trek, Bolivia (60 km, La Cumbre (4700m) to the jungle of Chairo (1500m), takes 3-days)


Tiwanaku Pre-Inca Ruins, Bolivia


Potosi, Bolivia (Said to be highest city in the world at 4km above sea-level, site that funded Spanish expansion with its vast resources, poor mining town town)

Potosi, Bolivia – JoseLuisOrtega / Pixabay


Rurrenabaque, Bolivia


Madidi National Park, Boliva


Cordillera Real Trek, Bolivia (100 miles, 8-14 day trek, Andes to Amazon along ancient Inca trail system)


Apolobamba Trek, Bolivia  (5-8 day trek connecting the villages of Curva and Pelechuco through Andean highlands. 71 miles. Traditional healers here, who still practice along the route, were the first to use penicillin and performed successful brain surgeries over 1,000 years ago)


Amboro National Park, Bolivia


Tupiza, Bolivia (colorful canyon country)


Laguna Colorada, Bolivia

Laguna Colorada, Bolivia – TravelCoffeeBook / Pixabay


Samaipata, Bolivia

  • El Fuerte ruins, Samaipata


Sol de Manana, Bolivia (geothermal field sitting at 16,400’, one of the wildest landscapes on earth. Nearby are vast salt flats, steaming volcanoes and flamingo filled lagoons)


Kaa-Iya Del Gran Chaco National Park, Bolivia (The driest tropical forest in the world, animals have adapted to live without water for days. Home to more Jaguars, 1,000, than any place in the world)

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *