So, you've decided to travel to Bolivia; how exciting! This land-locked South American country is the perfect destination for anybody who likes adventure without the crowds. But before you pack your bags and board your plane, here are some must-read suggestions to help ensure smooth travels.
The question isn't what to do in Bolivia; it's what NOT to do. From the Amazon fringe at Santa Cruz, you can travel over the Andes, traverse salt flats, weave through active volcanoes and explore Lake Titicaca. There is an evident authenticity to accommodations and the handicrafts you acquire in the Indian markets. And with so few tourists visiting Bolivia, you'll have it all to yourself.
Here are our picks for the top 10 things to do in Bolivia:
Travel to South America is a must-do for most adventurous travelers, with “Peru and Machu Picchu" at the top of many lists. And for good reason: Machu Picchu is one of the best-known and most stunning archeological sites in the world. But once you’ve crossed it off your list… then what?
Plenty! There are so many things to do in South America, your options are endless. The Andes Mountains is the world’s longest mountain range, spanning 4,500 miles along the western coast of South America. In addition to Peru, the Andes also traverse Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, and Ecuador. And each of these countries has unique offerings for curious Journeys travelers.
So if you’ve already been to Peru, here are five places we recommend you visit in South America.