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A little bit about Bolivia

Located in central South America, Bolivia offers stunning scenery, a diverse and fascinating culture and a rich heritage. Bolivia has the largest percentage of indigenous people in South America and this helps to keep the culture and traditions alive.

The country with its astonishing range of landscapes and climates is home to the world’s largest salt flat - the Salar De Uyuni, ancient Inca trails and towering volcanic peaks as well as the world’s most dangerous road that keeps the blood pumping. La Paz, Sucre and Potosi are cities that cannot be missed when visiting Bolivia as they reflect the unique culture and rich heritage of the country. The incredible history of Bolivia can be discovered while visiting Lake Titicaca and impressive pre-Inca ruins such as Tiwanaku.
Immerse yourself in the beauty of Bolivia and enjoy the festivities, architecture and fascinating scenery!

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When is the best time to visit Bolivia?

The best time to visit Bolivia is between May and October, when it is the dry season. The weather is sunnier and warmer, however, this is also the high season for tourism and prices can be higher and places busier.

November to March is the rainy season, when huge areas are flooded and trekking trails get muddier. 

What power adapter outlet is used in Bolivia?

In Bolivia the standard voltage is 230 V. The standard frequency is 50 Hz. The power sockets that are used are of type A / C.

Is it easy to adapt to the high altitudes?

It depends on the person. Some people adapt more easily and for some it takes more time. It is recommended to stay 2-3 days after arrival in Bolivia in one place to acclimatize. It is also recommended to drink plenty of water, eat lightly and avoid alcoholic beverages for the first few days. 

Is it safe to travel to Bolivia?

Bolivia is visited by many tourists every year and it is safe to say that the country does not have a high crime rate and in general tourists do not experience any problems. Of course, you need to be aware of suspicious people and keep your valuables close to you. 

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Some of the main Attractions

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La Paz

La Paz is known as ‘the city that touches the sky’. It is the highest administrative capital in the world located 3,500 metres above sea level. Enjoy the city’s vibrant markets, museums and beautiful streets.

Lake Titicaca

Lake Titicaca is located on the border of Peru and Bolivia, and is the world’s highest navigable lake. It is situated at high altitude, at over 3,800 metres above sea level and a trip here is an incredible experience for any visitor.

Uyuni

The Salar de Uyuni is the world’s largest salt flat and one of the most inspiring highlights not only in Bolivia, but in the whole world. This unforgettable Bolivian landscape is visited by many and provides an extraordinary and unforgettable experience.

Bolivian Altiplano

The area encompasses incredible high-altitude lagoons and landscapes as well as several Bolivian cities, such as La Paz, Oruro and Potosi and the vast salt flat, the Salar de Uyuni. Second largest mountain plateau in the world.

Potosi

Potosi was once full of silver. Declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987, the city is famous due to the silver that was discovered there in 1545 which then became the major supply of silver for Spain.

Tiwanaku

Tiwanaku was a powerful capital of the pre-Inca civilization between 500 and 900 AD. The most fascinating structure is the Akapana pyramid that was once 17 metres tall and 200 metres wide. Even today Tiwanaku is still not fully excavated.