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About Bolivia

Bolivia is a landlocked country in the heart of South America surrounded by Peru, Brazil, Chile, Argentina, and Paraguay. Owing to the appeals of the countries around Bolivia, it is an often overlooked country, but a nonetheless appealing one. The official capital of Bolivia is Sucre whilst its administrative capital is La Paz. Bolivia has impeccable jungles and some parts of it even spill into the Amazon.

The weather in Bolivia offers two primary seasons; a dry season which lasts from April to November and Rainy season which lasts from November to March. Hats and gloves will most probably come in handy in Bolivia due to the powerful daytime sun. In the daytime, it is most advisable to dress lightly. However, the evenings are cold and sweaters should come in handy.

Bolivia is a multi-ethnic country and is 30% Quechua, 30% Mestizo, 25% Aymara and 15% Caucasian people. It is a Christian nation; 95% Roman Catholic and 5% Protestant. Bolivian cuisine is a combination of Spanish cuisine with indigenous ingredients featuring foods like corn, potatoes, quinoa, beans, rice, wheat, and meat.

Some tourist locations in Bolivia are:
  • The Witches' Market: Located in the city of La Paz, the streets of this famous market are lined with numerous shops filled with potions, lotions and mystic objects or talismans. The witches' market certainly provides a fascinating tourist location for collecting souvenirs.
  • Death Road: This mountain track was once known as the world's most dangerous road. Tourists seeking a more adrenaline-stimulating experience may subscribe to cycling the downhill ride. Public and private transportation options are available for those who don't want to ride down.
  • National Park Madidi: This park starts in the Andes and stretches to the Amazon. It boasts its own unique specie of monkeys, the titi monkeys which are found nowhere else in the world. There are also jaguars, exotic bird species, and giant otters to be spotted here.
  • La Paz: La Paz is the second highest city in the world. It offers a lot of interesting locations to visit such as museums, art centres, a zoo in Mallasa, and the very ancient Valley of the Moon. Also, this is the city to catch sight of those famous traffic directing "zebras".
  • The Ancient Ruins of Tiahuanaco: Tiahuanaco, sometimes spelled "Tiwanaku", was the ceremonial epicentre of Andean culture and boasts ruins of the Puerta del Sol (Sun Gate), temples, monoliths. It also has a museum where knowledge about Andean culture is collected. Tiwanaku is arguably the oldest city on earth.

In February/March, the otherwise sleepy town if Oruoro wakes up to host the second biggest carnival in the world; the Oruoro carnival. The carnival features folk dances, beautiful crafts, lively music, and nonstop partying.
There are different kinds of accommodation in Bolivia.