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Nestled in the heart of South America, Bolivia is the largest landlocked country in America that boasts as many as 13 discrete sorts of geography. The country enjoys a climate that changes drastically in a jiffy from one zone to another and from tropical and humid to dry and cold. Catching a flight to Bolivia makes tourists feel as if they have been literally transported to another world. One of the sought-after sightseeing spots in Bolivia, the Salar de Uyuni is the largest natural salt pan in the world and welcomes swarms of tourists from across the globe. This prehistoric lake went dry and a desert-like landscape containing tons of scintillating white salt was left behind.
Apparently, Bolivia is considered to be one of the multi-ethnic countries as well as the most topographically diversified nation in South America. All these factors have conspicuously contributed to a significant growth of travel and tourism in the country. The culture and heritage in Bolivia have various civilizations to thank for their richness. Additionally, religions have also had an impact on the country and this is why, it is dotted with various ancient churches and temples. If you’ve been badly bitten by the travel bug and looking to explore something off-beat, trust Bolivia to enjoy an enigmatic and memorable vacation.
Best Places to Visit in Bolivia
Salar de Uyuni
No trip to Bolivia is considered complete without paying a visit to Salar de Uyuni. Also famous as the largest mirror in the world, it is a natural wonder lying comfortably in the southwest region of Bolivia. This expansive salt flat creates an incredible optical illusion in the rainy season, as the surface of this salt pan reflects the sky with astounding clarity. You can catch this surreal phenomenon whilst exploring the sui generis formations as well as cacti-studded Isla Incahuasi Island that pop up from the salt crust.
The administrative capital of Bolivia, La Paz is a vibrant city of contrasts. This modern-day urbane landscape is in complete contrast with the traditional neighbourhoods, such as El Alto, revered for its lively culture and colourful markets. The iconic cable car system of La Paz offers sweeping vistas of the urbane expanse stretching as far as eyes could see. You must check out the Witches’ Market which offers an interesting collection of potions, herbs, and traditional remedies.
Sitting astride the border between Peru and Bolivia, Lake Titicaca is the world's highest navigable lake and Bolivia’s one of the most visited tourist honeypots. The azure waters of the lake boast fascinating indigenous communities, including the Uros people, who reside on floating islands crafted from reeds. Acquainting yourself with these native communities means getting a glimpse of their ancient customs, traditional handicrafts, and closely observing a way of life that’s intricately associated with the natural rhythms of the lake.