Landlocked in the heart of South America, Bolivia has the world’s highest navigable lake, Lake Titicaca, and its highest capital city, La Paz, in which the rich indigenous heritage soon becomes apparent. Bolivia, with its lowland Amazonian rainforests and Andean landscapes, colonial towns, Jesuit missions, and the famous Salar de Uyuni and desert southwest, is a land of rugged natural beauty.
Bolivia is a landlocked country with a fascinating history, boasting the world’s highest navigable lake, Lake Titicaca and the highest capital La Paz. Bolivia's largely indigenous population has preserved its native languages and much of its traditional way of life, it is a country rich in cultural heritage from enchanting colonial towns to bustling markets. From Amazonian rainforest to highland Andean landscapes, Bolivia's is one of South America's most diverse and intriguing countries. Scott Dunn’s highlights for Bolivia:
- One of the most unique landscapes in the world, the Uyuni salt flats cannot be missed. Take a four-wheel drive and arrive early in the morning to watch the sunrise over this awe-inspiring place.
- When visiting Lake Titicaca, be sure to visit the traditional Aymara villages along the lakeshore, and communities on the lake's islands such as Isla de la Luna.
- Discover Sucre, one of Bolivia’s most beautiful cities, with fabulous whitewashed architecture.