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Bolivia Travel Video: La Paz, Deadliest Road, Tiwanaku, Isla del Sol, Salar de Uyuni, Cerro Rico.


Bolivia Travel Video: La Paz, Deadliest Road, Tiwanaku, Isla del Sol, Salar de Uyuni, Cerro Rico...

Do you want to travel Bolivia in 12 days? See what I saw in La Paz, Tiwanaku, Copacabana, Isla del Sol, Salar de Uyuni, Potosi, Cerro Rico mines, Sucre, and Santa Cruz. Mountain bike the death road and go inside the mines of Cerro Rico. See some of the most unearthly landscapes on the planet. An unforgettable trip awaits YOU in Bolivia!

DIY Destinations (4K) - Bolivia Budget Travel Show | Full Episode

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In this episode of DIY Destinations featuring the best of Bolivia. We'll visit La Paz's breathtaking lookout Mirador Killi Killi, Plaza Murillo, the famous Witches' Market (Mercado de las Brujas), Valley of the Moon (Valle de la Luna), all done using public transportation and cable cars Mi Teleferico. We'll also visit Bolivia's most known attraction Salar de Uyuni Salt Flats, Laguna Hedionda, Laguna Colorada and San Pedro de Atacama border crossing. We'll also visit the off the beaten path attraction of Cerro Rico silver mines and witness its shocking working conditions. In Cochabamba, we'll visit many of its beautiful squares and hike up to see the Cristo de la Concordia Christ, and Bolivia's most important culture centre, Simon I. Patino Cultural Center. As well as constitutional capital of Bolivia, the city of Sucure and Casa de la Libertad where declaration of independence was signed. We end the episode with a visit to Tiwanaku, UNESCO site, Copacabana's famous Isla del Sol Sun Island and Lake Titicaca and attempt to climb Huayna Potosi and bike the world's most dangerous Dead Road, Yungas Rd. We'll try out many of Bolivia famous food including, Mocochinchi, Fritanga, and Silpancho.

Uyuni, La Paz & Death Road / Coroico, Bolivia (Turista a lo Pobre / Capitulo 4)

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Seguimos nuestro camino, aprovechando de armar un pequeño diccionario Aymara con la ayuda de Elli. Llegamos a un pequeño refugio en donde comimos y conversamos con nuestro grupo y también con un grupo de chilenos muy simpáticos acompañados de té calentito para pasar el frío.
Alojamos ahí y al día siguiente conocimos el Valle de las Rocas. Estuvimos un rato ahí observando y jugando con las rocas, que formaban diversas figuras para los con más imaginación. Los colores del Valle de las Rocas y del camino que nos llevó ahí eran tan vívidos que era imposible no quedar cautivados con el paisaje altiplánico de Lípez, observando sin cansarnos. Además de cuando en cuando aparecían algunos auquénidos dándole un poco de vida al paisaje, con sus adornos artesanales.
Otra de las paradas fue en un mirador del Volcán Ollagüe y la laguna Kañapa donde vimos algunos flamencos, pero estaban demasiado lejos. De todas formas nos entretuvimos con lagartijas y pajaritos que rondaban por el lugar.
Otras lagunas que visitamos fueron la Laguna Hedionda y la Chiarcota, pero la más impresionante de todas fue la Laguna Colorada llena de islas de bórax y flamencos que van a teñir sus alitas de color carmesí, alimentándose en la laguna. También vimos las formaciones rocosas en el Desierto de Siloli, donde está el Árbol de Piedra, algunos geisers y disfrutamos de unas termas en medio de un paisaje alucinante.

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Traveling Through Bolivia - GoPro Death Road, Uyuni Salt Flats, La Paz and more

Bolivia is one of the most mindblowingly beautiful countries I have ever been to. It offers some unbelievable nature and some of the most intense adventures I've ever taken on. Hope you enjoy this video! Make sure to like and subscribe to keep up with all of my latest travels and videos.

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Bolivia Travel - La Paz, Uyuni, Atacama, Laguna Colorada, Death Road, Amazon

This is our Bolivia movie. Two friends of mine and I discovered this beautiful country. We spent four weeks with a rental cheep. Start was in La Paz, than we drove the whole way up to the south till the Laguna Colorada, went east to Tupiza, north to Cochabamba, back to La Paz and to the Amazon.


- Canon EOS 80 D
- Tokina 11-16mm DXII
- Canon EF 35-105 mm
- Glidecam HD 2000
- Tripod
- Polarizer by B+W

- Phantom 4 Pro
- ND & Polarizer by PolarPro

- Hero 4 Silver
- Hero 5 Session
- Removu S1 Gimbal
- Polarizer by Blurfix

Edited in Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2018

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ODESZA - Meridian

Visiting Isla Del Sol and Copacabana on Lake Titicaca, Bolivia

This is a travel guide to visiting Isla del Sol and Copacabana on Lake Titicaca in Bolivia. We take you a hiking tour of Isla del Sol and then show you around the city of Copacabana, Bolivia including visiting markets, walking along the boardwalk and eating rainbow trout (Trucha).

Visiting Isla Del Sol and Copacabana on Lake Titicaca, Bolivia Travel Video Transcript:

Good morning! Good morning everyone. It's bright and early today. We're here at Copacabana and this is the Bolivian side of Lake Titicaca. We are going to an island called Isla del Sol which is the island of the sun. And we almost didn't think we'd be able to go today. We woke up and there is thunder and lightening. There was all kinds of rain. It was pouring. It was pouring outside but it has really cleared up now and we're excited to see if we can take the trip today. So the island is somewhere off in the distance over there.

So we have just arrived in Isla del Sol and the sun came out just in time. Now we're going to go visit some ruins and then we're planning to hike from the north end of the island to the south end.

The first thing that struck us about Isla del Sol were the landscapes. We had to climb some pretty steep inclines to reach the top of the island but once we did we got some incredible views of our surroundings. We also enjoyed making friends with lots of animals along the way including sleepy pigs basking in the sunshine and a mix of horses and donkeys.

While we enjoyed our day trip to Isla del Sol we did feel our visit was a bit rushed. We managed to walk the length of the island but we only made it back on the boat with 10 minutes to spare. Crossing the island takes a lot longer than tour operators let on so if you really want to visit and you don't mind a remote setting you may want to consider spending a night or two on Isla del Sol.

So hello from Copacabana. Hello! We're not in the famed beach from Rio de Janeiro this is actually a small little town on the Bolivian side of Lake Titicaca and we've been spending the past 5 days here. Yeah. Just relaxing, getting some rest and we actually left the vlogging until the very last day. I know, unfortunately it is a rainy day. Today is very overcast. What can you do. We're going to go out there and you show you the town anyway. Yep.

Right here is the main drag of town. You're going to find your restaurants, bars and live entertainment. And lots of hippies.

If there is one meal that you absolutely must try when you visit Copacabana and that is rainbow trout fished straight out of Lake Titicaca over there.

So you could choose an ordinary restaurant to have trout but where are we instead? Yeah, we're along the boardwalk and there are a gazillion restaurants literally lined along here. There actually not even restaurants. They are more like little stands. Yeah, exactly. Just like what you're seeing here. Tarp walls. And honestly we don't know where to go we just walked by a whole bunch of them and decided okay let's pick the last one why don't we go there. Yeah.

So this is the first bite. So what is this called locally? Trucha. Trucha. Trucha. We'll see.

So we just finished our meal. Now it is time to go paddle boat riding because we're all about cheesy adventure activities. Maybe we can get one that looks like a swan or a duck. It'll be fun. Yeah, let's do it.

So like we mentioned at the start of our vlog we haven't really been doing a whole lot in Copacabana. We've just been resting and relaxing and the highlight has actually been our accommodations. We're staying at a pretty cool place called Las Olas where they have like these weird cottages some of them look like tree houses, some of them are like little spirals and they have domes and I don't know. It just looks like this fantasy land so we're going to take you up and show you our cottage.

So here we are just swaying on the hammocks. Yep. What are your final impressions of Copacabana since we're leaving tomorrow? Well, Copacabana was everything we wanted it to be basically. We had been hiking in Machu Picchu, you know hiking the Inca Trail and then we really had a busy hiking tour while we were visiting Lake Titicaca on the Peruvian side. So we just wanted to come to a place that was really chill, that had a kind of a relaxed vibe and that was affordable. And Copacabana checked off all three of those boxes.

This is part of our Travel in Bolivia series. We're making a series of videos showcasing Bolivian culture, Bolivian arts, Bolivian foods, Bolivian religion, Bolivian cuisine and Bolivian people.

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All photos and video taken by Samuel Jeffery (Nomadic Samuel) and Audrey Bergner (That Backpacker).

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Salar de Uyuni Tours in Bolivia

South East of Bolivia is the location of the biggest Salt Flat in the world, Uyuni Salt Flat.

Music: Cliff Martinez - I that everybody wants (from the motion picture Solaris)
Credits: Ayrton Orio and Sharon Kendelker

In a world where the time flies, where people are required to work on a fast speed and stress is more and more common in humans, the choice of where to go gives now priority to places that offered silence and tranquility. In Bolivia, near the border with Chile, there is a small community where the main economic activities apart from llama-herding and quinua-farming, is mining salt. Uyuni Salt Lake is a peculiar place. About 40,000 years ago, this arid area used to be part of a lake that covered a large swath of the Andes. Nowadays it is The World's Biggest Salt Desert.

South East of Bolivia is the location of the biggest Salt Flat in the world, Uyuni Salt Flat. The crust of salt covers a surface of 10.582 Km2. of extension, at an altittude of 3.653 meters above sea level, like a static sea touched by by the southern winds.

Like any other desert, the weather conditions in Uyuni Bolivia are extreme, from freezing night temperatures to fierce desert sun. In the Salar itself, you can find several hotels which have been made from salt bricks, including beds, chairs and cocktail bars. All is made from salt!

Furthermore, the Salar de Uyuni has impressive views. A flat whiteness, fringed by the peaks of mountains on the horizon beneath a bright blue sky can be admired by tourists. Besides, the silence that one can experience in this region is captivating. Calm and tranquility, not easily found anywhere, characterizes this landscape. As many other parts of South America, this developing area has very little to offer in terms of commodity. However, if you have an adventurous spirit you will be overwhelmed by its natural beauty.

Travel to the Salar of Uyuni, we'll guide you with pleasure!

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Exploring Lake Titicaca: Copacabana, Isla del Sol & sleeping on Uros Islands! | Bolivia & Peru Vlog

Exploring Lake Titicaca: Copacabana, Isla del Sol & sleeping on Uros Islands!
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Read our travel guide to Isla del Sol in Bolivia

Read a full review of our homestay on Uros Floating Islands on my blog:

On this video, we explore Lake Titicaca both in Bolivia and Peru.

On the Bolivia border, we stayed in Copacabana for one night and took a day boat trip to Isla de Sol. In the evening, we enjoyed a beautiful sunset from Cerro Calvario in Copacabana.

The following morning we crossed the border to Peru. From Puno, we set off to Uros Floating Islands where we experienced staying with a local family for 2 nights. We explored the fascinating totora islands, went fishing, tried on their traditional clothing and more!

Our homestay (booked via Airbnb)
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Rurrenabaque, Lago Titicaca, Copacabana & Isla del Sol, Bolivia (Turista a lo Pobre / Capitulo 5)

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Lucky's Travel - Bolivia

This year, we are two for the South America.

My friend and me was to Peru and Bolivia for discover magical landscapes like Huayna Potosi or the Salt Lakes (Salar de Uyuni).

Next video : Peru

Enjoy and i hope you will go to this countries...

Cette année, nous sommes deux pour l'Amérique du Sud.

Mon ami et moi étions au Pérou et en Bolivie pour découvrir des paysages magiques comme Huayna Potosi ou le sel Lacs (Salar de Uyuni).

Vidéo suivante: Pérou

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La Paz to Los Yungas - Bolivia Trip 2012

Just documenting the amazing views and interesting things you encounter on the road from La Paz, Bolivia to the Hotel Castillo del Loro. Starting at about 3600 meters in La Paz, you climb up and cross the cordillera Real at about 4800 meters, before dropping down to a semi-tropical 2000 meters.

Sucre and Southern La Paz, Bolivia (episode 4 of 6)

A comprehensive documentary video of our travels in Bolivia. Destinations include La Paz, Tiwanaku, Quime, Salar de Uyuni, Potosi, Sucre, and Copacabana/Lake Titicaca.

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Un viaggio attraverso la Bolivia. La Paz, la capitale e poi a nord, alla scoperta della Pampa e della foresta Amazzonica nel Madidi National Park a Rurrenambaque. Infine Potosiì e la sua miniera e ovviamente i mitici altopiani del sud fino al Cile.

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