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Rachel Nicoll
Rachel Nicoll Latin America Product Manager
"Bolivia feels less developed, wilder, even more dramatic than its neighbours"
Bolivia

Places To Go In Bolivia

La Paz
Built within a deep caldera-shaped canyon gauged into the high Bolivian altiplano, lofty La Paz is a city that cannot fail to impress. Overlooked by the snow-capped Mount Illimani, ramshackle houses cling to the sides of the canyon as far as the eye can see. The city is Bolivia's political and...
Lake Titicaca
At an altitude of 3800m and straddling the border between Peru and Bolivia, Lake Titicaca is the highest navigable lake in the world. It’s electric blue waters are a spectacular sight against the bright sky and snow-capped Andean mountains. Isla del Sol, the largest of the lake islands,...
Madidi National Park
Madidi National Park in north western Bolivia is one of the most bio-diverse of all the protected regions in the world. Included within its boundaries are the snowy peaks of the Cordillera Apolobamba as well as dry forest, savannahs and pampas, down to the steaming tropical jungle of the Amazon...
Salar de Uyuni
The Salar de Uyuni salt flats, south of the town of Uyuni, are part of the Altiplano that reaches from Bolivia across into northern Chile, and are the largest in the world. At over 12,000 sq km, this breathtaking and unusual landscape high up in the Andes is truly spectacular. Sunglasses and sun...
Sucre & Potosi
SucreThe pleasant colonial city of Sucre is known as "La Ciudad Blanca" (the White City) because of its whitewashed buildings and is considered by many to be the administrative capital of Bolivia, still housing the Supreme Court. It has a more relaxed atmosphere than La Paz and has only...
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