The Bolivia Travel Guide
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Bolivia – Welcome to the “Rooftop of the World” where you can experience breathtaking landscapes, ancient civilizations and colorful wildlife. Check out the best things to see and do in Bolivia.
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A #vacation to #Bolivia, a landlocked South American country, holds the promise of discovery for adventurous souls. While pretty Sucre is Bolivia’s judicial capital, La Paz is its political capital and also its main tourist hub.
Journey high to the Mirador Laikacota for city views. Deep in the valley below #visit the central Plaza Murillo, home to the most precious buildings: the Presidential Palace, National Congress and Metropolitan Cathedral. Stay near the Plaza San Francisco for its proximity to hidden gems, such as the curious Witches’ Market, the Musical Instrument Museum and the Coca Museum.
Bolivia is a diamond in the rough; relatively undeveloped, but extremely authentic, colorful and cultural. Bolivia’s riches shine through in the country’s high altiplanos, its floating reed islands on Lake Titicaca, the silver mines of Potosi, the infinite salt flats of the Salar de Uyuni and the untamed tropical lowlands in the vast Amazon basin.
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0:00 - Bolivia
1:24 - The National Congress and the Presidential Palace
1:38 - Metropolitan Cathedral
2:07 - Plaza San Francisco
2:25 - Museo Nacional de Arte
2:36 - Witches’ Market
2:50 - Laikacota
3:11 - Valle de la Luna
3:38 - Tiwanaku Cultural Heritage Site
3:49 - Lake Titicaca
4:50 - Salar de Uyuni
5:27 - Potosi
5:54 - Sucre
Bolivia Travel Guide
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Things to do in La Paz, Bolivia (Travel Guide La Paz)
There are a lot of cool things to do in La Paz, Bolivia - I got in touch with Ben, who runs tours here and he gave me a City Tour in La Paz - the place where he was born an raised.
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We took local transportation, ate Streetfood and visited local markets to get a real feeling for La Paz. It is one of these off the beaten path things you should do on your travels to experience a place off from the touristy things.
Moreover I was invited to do some rappel action in the middle of the center of La Paz: it is called Urban Rush and awaits you with a thrilling free fall after walking down a 50m Skyscraper - face first.
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What about biking down the death road - you can book the tours in the center e.g. with Gravity. See more about this option in another video I produced about this thrilling experience:
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Bolivia is one of South America's most intriguing and diverse nations. Situated in rich Amazon basin with icy-caps of Andes on the West, Bolivia has nature's incredible treasure. From Salar de Uyuni to Oruro Carnival, this country has everything a true wanderer wants in his craziest dreams!!
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BOLIVIA: 1 DAY IN LA PAZ - TRIP & ITINERARY
THE WITCHES' MARKET || MIRADOR KILLI KILLI || CALLE JAEN || PLAZA SAN FRANCISCO
We had a long layover in La Paz, Bolivia on our way from Argentina to Colombia. We stayed one night at Hotel Rosario, and walked around this wonderful city. Love seeing the markets and the cholitas aka the indigenous women in Bolivia. They are so beautiful!
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Travel guide to Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia | Aliz’s Wonderland
Santa Cruz de la Sierra was a totally different world after visiting Uyuni, La Paz and Copacabana. The mountain scenery and high altitude changed to humid weather, modern vibes and less poverty. I’d say not authentic Bolivia. However, we liked this other type of Bolivia with its exceptional flora and fauna.
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HOW TO GET TO SANTA CRUZ DE LA SIERRA, BOLIVIA?
Viru Viru International Airport in Santa Cruz is Bolivia's largest international airport. You can fly there from Bolivia and other South American countries, as well as North America and Europe.
The airport is located 16 km from the city centre. The most affordable and easiest way to reach the centre is by airport bus 135. If you prefer comfort, just call Uber.
WHERE TO STAY IN SANTA CRUZ DE LA SIERRA?
Cosmopolitano Hotel Boutique has a great location in the centre. The boutique hotel was super stylish, and the staff was friendly and helpful. Our room was chic with minimal decoration and transparent glass walls of the shower.
2 DAY ITINERARY TO SANTA CRUZ DE LA SIERRA, BOLIVIA - BEST THINGS TO DO
00:44 DAY 1 - CENTRE OF SANTA CRUZ AND THE BOTANICAL GARDEN
Cathedral Basilica of St. Lawrence
Plaza 24 de Septiembre
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The “centre” of South America
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05:20 DAY 2 - BIOCENTRO GÜEMBE MARIPOSARIO
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How to travel South America - Peru, Bolivia and Chile travel guide
In this episode I take you to South America the Andes region of the countries: Peru, Bolivia and North Chile. A journey what took me to the Andes, Ancient temples, salt flats and driest place on earth. This was a part of my 2015 round the world trip.
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La Paz, Bolivia - 4K Virtual Walking Tour around the City - Travel Guide
Walking through the city of La Paz Bolivia a city that mixes its colonial past and modernity.
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Caminando por la ciudad de La Paz Bolivia una ciudad que mezcla su pasado colonial y modernidad .
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इस शहर में अधिक घूमने के लिए पसंद के साथ वीडियो भरें ताकि मुझे एहसास हो जाए कि यह आपकी पसंद के अनुसार है।
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Bolivia Vacation Travel Guide
Bolivia Vacation Travel Guide
Bolivia, a landlocked South American country, holds the promise of discovery for adventurous souls. While pretty Sucre, “La Ciudad Blanca,” is Bolivia’s judicial capital, La Paz is its political capital and also its main tourist hub.
On the Mirador at Laikacota, you get a feel for how incredibly high up in the Andes this city sits. Deep in the valley below lies the central Plaza Murillo, home to the most precious buildings: the Presidential Palace, National Congress and Metropolitan Cathedral. Most visitors stay near the Plaza San Francisco, because of its proximity to hidden gems, such as the curious Witches’ Market, the Musical Instrument Museum and the Coca Museum.
Around La Paz, you can ride down “El Camino de la Muerte, hike through the lunar landscape of Valle de la Luna and great the alpacas that road around the Tiwanaku Cultural Heritage Site.
Bolivia is a diamond in the rough. It’s relatively poor and undeveloped, but its extremely authentic, colorful and cultural. Bolivia’s riches shine through in the country’s high altiplanos, its floating reed islands on Lake Titicaca, the silver mines of Potosi, the infinite salt flats of the Salar de Uyuni and the untamed tropical lowlands in the vast Amazon basin.
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All About Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia (The Complete Travel Guide)
Hi friends! I will explain in this video all About Salar de Uyuni. (The Complete Description & Touring Guide).
Bolivia’s Salar de Uyuni is considered one of the most extreme and remarkable vistas in all of South America, if not Earth. Stretching more than 4,050 square miles of the Altiplano, it is the world’s largest salt flat, left behind by prehistoric lakes evaporated long ago. Here, a thick crust of salt extends to the horizon, covered by quilted, polygonal patterns of salt rising from the ground.
At certain times of the year, nearby lakes overflow and a thin layer of water transforms the flats into a stunning reflection of the sky. This beautiful and otherworldly terrain serves as a lucrative extraction site for salt and lithium—the element responsible for powering laptops, smart phones, and electric cars. In addition to local workers who harvest these minerals, the landscape is home to the world's first salt hotel and populated by road-tripping tourists. The harsh beauty and desolateness of Salar de Uyuni can make for an incredible experience or a logistical nightmare. Here’s a guide to help.
HOW TO GET THERE.
Located at the crux of Bolivia, Chile, and Argentina, the logistics and length of your trip to Salar de Uyuni will depend where you’re coming from. Tours originate from three main places.
From Uyuni, Bolivia.
The most popular jumping-off point for salt flats tours, Uyuni is a small, dusty town packed with tourism agencies in Plaza Arce, its main square. Travelers can book tours in advance online, through tour offices in La Paz, or they can simply arrive in Uyuni and peruse the options in town. Since Uyuni is so close to the salt flats, tourists can easily book day trips. Flights from La Paz to Uyuni can be booked through Amaszonas and BoA (one hour, about $130 round-trip). Overnight buses from La Paz are available with Trans Omar and Todo Turismo (10-12 hours, $30 to $40 each way).
From San Pedro de Atacama, Chile.
Agencies drive travelers to the border before handing the tour over to a Bolivian operator. Due to the distance, this is a three-day tour.
From Tupiza, Bolivia.
This is the best starting point for travelers coming from Argentina. Tour operators recommend four-day tours from Tupiza, visiting Salar de Uyuni on the final day.
WHEN TO GO.
Salar de Uyuni has two distinct seasons. The rainy season (December to April) is when visitors come to witness the Salar’s breathtaking mirror effect. Be wary of excessive rain in December and January, as it can cause tour cancelations. During the dry season (May to November) temperatures are colder, the ground has hardened, and travelers can drive across the stark white landscape to places that aren’t accessible in the rainy season. Tour operators consider June through August their high period, and rates may rise accordingly.
CHOOSING A TOUR.
While the salt flats are one of Bolivia’s most popular attractions, it’s only a small part of the gorgeous Altiplano region. Many visitors indulge in a three-day tour (or longer) that includes the deserts, volcanos, geysers, hot springs, and high-altitude lakes to the south. Tours out of San Pedro de Atacama and Tupiza are already scheduled to drive through these sites.
Travelers can choose between a shared tour (cheaper and standardized) or private tour (higher-priced and custom-tailored). Shared tours generally provide Spanish-speaking guides who double as the driver and chef. These follow a rigid itinerary that will not likely accommodate individual requests and can hinder certain times of day, like sunrise or sunset. Private tours, by contrast, can be customized to a client’s liking, giving travelers more control over itinerary and the ability to go off the beaten path to volcanos or caves. Private tours also provide an English-speaking guide, chef, and a more comfortable vehicle.
Check online reviews and travel guides to carefully choose a reputable guide. Avoid companies that offer rock bottom prices—they may not provide an accredited guide or working car, which can endanger tourists. Also ask your agency whether they carry an emergency radio and first-aid kit.
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One of the highlights of Salar de Uyuni is an endless horizon that allows photographers to play with perspective and depth of field. Stage battle scenes with toy dinosaurs, cook your friends in pots and pans, or crawl out of seemingly giant jars of peanut butter. The key to great photos is to get the camera low to the ground and close to your prop. This gives the perspective that the prop is larger than the human subjects, who stand farther away. Don’t let your subjects venture too far, though—the larger the distance between the prop and the subjects, the harder it will be to keep everything in focus. If your camera permits, make the aperture as narrow as possible.
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DIY Destinations (4K) - Bolivia Budget Travel Show | Full Episode
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.
A Tourist's Guide to La Paz, Bolivia
We drive up from Lake Titicaca, to La Paz. We see the sights, including Plaza San Francisco and see the llama foetuses in the Witches' Market
MY TRIP TO BOLIVIA | Low Budget Backpacking by Train and Buses
I've spent more than a week crossing Bolivia by train and buses. Going through many different towns and cities. Bolivia is such a spectacular country. Full of culture, cool people and delicious food.
I crossed from Brazil to Bolivia walking. There are taxis that can drop you there. The border crossing isn’t bad but you might wait in the queue for about one hour or more.
The town in the Bolivian border is Puerto Quijarro. And that’s where I will start this journey backpacking Bolivia.
I intend to travel on a small budget, taking the so-called Death Train to Santa Cruz de La Sierra, then a bus to Cochabamba and another bus to La Paz. it’s about 35 hours on the road and 1500 km to go all the way from Puerto Quijarro to the capital of Bolivia… La Paz.
The Death Train in Puerto Quijarro left on time, and it took about 18 hours to get to Santa Cruz
I stayed in Santa Cruz for 2 nights. It’s a great city with lot of things to see.
My journey now continues by bus to Cochabamba. It took about 13 hours on a bus to get to Cochabamba. They stop couple times for meals.
In this part of the trip I noticed the road was taking us to very high altitudes. So the view was amazing.
I stayed at a hostel in Cochabamba for 2 nights. My favoured place in Cochabamba was the top of this hill called Cristo de la Concordia. The view is impressive.
After two nights in Cochabamba, again is time to leave. The next bus journey took 9 hours to get to La Paz and in this journey there is an even nicer view reaching higher altitudes to get in La Paz at 3600 meters high.
I stayed in La Paz for 4 days and I felt it would need more time as it is a very interesting city.
As my trip continues to Peru, I decided to stop by at the last location in Bolivia. Lake Titicaca
There are buses to Cusco that includes a short stop at Lake Titicaca and Copacabana Island
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3-Day Tour from San Pedro de Atacama to Uyuni. Bolivia Travel Guide 4K Video contains everything you need to enjoy your trip.
Observe spectacular landscapes, see beautiful lagoons with different species of flamingo, explore magnificent geysers, hot springs and rock formations in the middle of the desert. These hidden gems of Bolivia are located 4000 meters above sea level.
White Lagoon and Green Lagoon (Laguna Blanca) (Laguna Verde)
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Polques Hot Springs are nice stop to relax in thermal waters.
Sol de Mañana geysers, where you can observe volcanic activities.
Colorado Lagoon bolivia, a nature reserve at an altitude of 4,500 meters above sea level, where you can observe more than 30,000 flamingos from three different species.
First day of the uyuni 3 day tour ends in the Laguna Colorada shelters and we spend the night in this small village. Shared rooms for 6 people.
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Train Cemetery : First locomotives of Bolivia.
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Bolivia is Un-Bolivia-ble! Get it? Ok, I'll show myself out... Haha! ????
I didn't get to spend much time in Bolivia (2 weeks only which is pretty short in comparison to other countries I've travelled in South America) and I only get to see 3 areas of the country. That said, these 3 areas are wildly different and unique in its own way. From Potosi, a in grungy colonial mining town standing on top of the wealth of the Spanish colonial ambition as well as the 8 million people, both natives and African slaves, that died because of it, to the raw bustling city of La Paz, and one place that made it all worthwhile to come all the way to this part of the world, Salar de Uyuni! Traveling around the largest salt flat in the world for 4 days is one of the most out-of-this-world experiences I have ever experience, or I could say, it was Un-Bolivia-ble! This salt flat is as alien as it gets. From the infinite sight of the salt flat itself to the colorful lake of Laguna Colorada and all the flamingos and wildlife within it, Salar de Uyuni is truly worth all the hype.
For this video, I'll take you first to La Paz, seeing the voodoo market and the beautiful architecture there before going to Potosi, touring the dynamite shop, and prepping ourselves for a trip in the mind, which was one of the most interesting experience ever. After Potosi, we will spend the rest of the video traveling the beautiful barren land of Salar de Uyuni and I'll show you why the place is one of the most beautiful areas in the world.
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