Bolivia is a landlocked country in South America with a huge diversity in geology and culture. It has tropical lowlands with almost inaccessible jungle in the north east. The high Andes is home to the world’s largest salt flat in the world and Lake Titicaca. Home to Sucre, a beautiful colonial town but also Cerro Rico which is the silver mine that made the country rich. You can spot rare wildlife like jaguars, tapirs and pumas or go splurge on good food as everything is cheap. The country is remote and therefore best visited on a longer trip. Make sure to check out my 10 days in Bolivia itinerary to the Altiplano. Enjoy with met his beautiful country!
Sucre is an old colonial town in Bolivia and called the White City. I visited Bolivia recently including three nights in Sucre where I stayed at Hotel Villa Antigua, a true boutique hotel. Hotel Villa Antigua is […]
Natural wonders are amongst my favorite places to visit especially if this includes a unique luxury experience. The Salar de Uyuni, the world largest salt flat, has been on my priority list since a long […]