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Things to do in Bolivia
Cochabamba - walking in dinosaurs footprints at Torotoro National Park
In the song you can “walk like a dinosaur” but at Cochabamba you can that little bit further and walk in the footprints made by these extinct reptiles millions of years ago. The canyon where they can be found is massive and the landscape on its own makes it worth the journey but the chance to see a unique piece of history should not be missed. You can only gain access to the park with a guide but they know all the best places to visit so are worth the money.
La Paz - go and see El Camino de La Muerte, the death road
Taking a ride on a roadway called the Death Road or El Camino de la Muerte may not seem like a good idea but the near 40km descent from snow covered tracks down into luscious rainforest is one of the most spectacular rides in the world. This is an adventure trip so there are risks involved so be sure to do your research on which of the many companies offering the trip you decide to use.
La Paz - take a guided tour to Iglesia de San Francisco
The church at Iglesia de San Francisco in La Paz is one of the most beautiful in Bolivia and a guided tour around its interior and exterior is definitely worth the time. The building is Baroque in appearance having been built in the 18th century and is testament to the riches the local mines brought to the town. Look for the unusual stone faces on the front of the church showing ancient mythical figures and the paintings of snakes and birds inside. Climb to the roof for a stunning view over the church and surrounding parts of La Paz.
Santa Cruz - explore Plaza 24 de Septiembre in Santa Cruz
Plaza 24 de Septiembre in Santa Cruz is the center of the town both in terms of culture and activities. Named after the founding date of the city the entire square was renovated in 2005 bringing it back to its original state of nearly 500 years ago. During the day time visit the local museum or church, climbing up its clock tower for beautiful views across the town and at night stop in one of the cafes or restaurants for local culinary delights whilst watching locals parade around the square.
Introduction of Bolivia
Landlocked Bolivia is one of South America’s most enigmatic places. It shares land borders with five countries including Brazil, Peru and Argentina and though it struggles with poverty and crime, it is one of the continent’s most ethnically diverse states and as a result the arts, literature and music scenes are vibrant and compelling. Hotels in Bolivia are rapidly positioning themselves for the anticipated rush on the mineral, Lithium, which is destined to be one of the key resources of the future economy. Bolivia enjoys very high altitudes and indeed, La Paz is the highest capital city in the world. Bolivia hotels range from five star outfits in the larger cities to tiny bungalow and cabin operations that hug the cliffs of the Andes. Bolivia hotels are thinner on the ground, naturally, in parts of the country that are farthest away from the larger urban areas. Indigenous cultures and traditions are celebrated and upheld all over the country.