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The Bolivia Travel Guide

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The Bolivia Travel Guide

Click below for the Beautiful Destinations Guide to Bolivia:


This is the exact itinerary that The BD Team & Yes Theory followed during our Bolivian adventure. Below is Yes Theory’s behind the scenes video of the trip:



The Beautiful Destinations Team
Tom Jauncey | Creator, Producer, and Director |
Jake Irish | Videographer, Editor and Visual Effects |
Alex Lopez | FPV Pilot |
Cory Martin | Videographer |

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Thomas Brag |
Matt Dajer
Ammar Kandil |

The Music
Bamboleo | Ney Matogrosso (Spaniol Remix)
“El Sueno” | Dennis Cruz (Feat Martina Camargo)
“Me Robaste El Sueno” | Mario Bianco (Feat Martina Camargo)
“Solo Por Ella” | Atom DJ (Feat Grupo Maroyu)

Big thank you to Crillon Tours and Andres MacLean for putting the itinerary together and making the trip possible.


Crillon Tours | Tour Operator |
Andres MacLean | Videographer & Guide |
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Bolivia Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

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
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Bolivia Travel Guide

Wild Frontiers' Jonny Bealby talks about the highlights of a visit to Bolivia.
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La Paz Travel Guide | Bolivia ????????

In this video, I am showing you the best things to see and do in La Paz. I go in-depth regarding the La Paz cable car system 'Mi Teleferico'. In this video, you will also find some restaurant recommendations and where to best stay in La Paz.

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UYUNI:

0:00 Welcome to La Paz!
1:17 Traffic in La Paz
1:40 La Paz Cable Car
12:02 La Paz Downtown
12:14 Witch Market
12:58 Where to stay in La Paz
12:48 Best restaurants in La Paz
15:32 Important Entry Info
16:46 Death Road
17:00 Uyuni

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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.

10 Best Tourist Destinations to explore in Bolivia in 2019 | South America Travel

10 Best Tourist attractions to experience in Bolivia in 2019.

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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1 Salar de Uyuni
2 Lake Titicaca
3 La Paz
4 Sucre
5 Yungas Road (Death Road)
6 Tiwanaku
7 Torotoro National Park
8 Oruro Carnaval
9 Madidi National Park
10 Cerro Rico, Potosi

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Travel tips for La Paz | Discover the Andean City in Bolivia | Meet a Local

La Paz local Ligia Mariaca shows you the most interesting spots in her Andean city, which lies over 3,500 meters above sea level. And she reveals a trick to help gasping tourists catch their breath.

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Bolivia travel documentary: Breathtaking Wonderland

My travel documentary for Bolivia. Circa October 2019.

All clips captured with iPhone video, live photos, and GoPro session.

We visited Sucre, Tarabuco, Tupiza, Uyuni Salt Flats, La Paz, Death Road, and Copacabana.

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World Travel - Bolivia Travel Guide

As a non-exclusive Bolivia travel guide, I covered Scenery, Food, Experience, Transport, Weather and Cost. There is a safety section in my full notes below too.

I believe I will find it very useful when in Bolivia, hopefully, it will help you too.

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A complete guide to Copacabana and Lake Titicaca - Bolivia travel vlog | Aliz’s Wonderland

Copacabana is situated at Lake Titicaca, which is the world's largest navigable high-altitude lake with its 8372 km2, sitting at an altitude of 3812 m. The lake is situated between the mountains of Peru and Bolivia.
We travelled to Copacabana after 1,5-week travelling in Chile and Bolivia, so our 5 days there were very relaxed. Don’t worry, staying 3-4 days would be also enough to see the most significant spots around Copacabana.

Let’s see how we spent 5 days in Copacabana:

0:22 DAY 1 - TRAVELLING TO COPACABANA
Copacabana is approachable by taxi, rented car or as part of a tour. We chose the EASIEST AND CHEAPEST WAY and travelled there by bus from the Central Bus station in La Paz, which took 4 hours for us. We bought a bus ticket online on Tickets Bolivia, which offers transportation by multiple companies. Direct buses depart from La Paz at 7:30 am, 8 am and 1:30 pm.
After a 2-3 hours scenic drive we arrived at the boat station of Tiquina, where all passengers had to take off the bus, buy a boat ticket and cross the strait by a small boat. On the other side, we waited for our bus, which was transported by a little ferry.

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For more information about how to get there, prices and Copacabana read my blog post:


1:54 DAY 2 - A TRIP TO ISLAS FLOTANTES (FLOATING ISLANDS)
Islas Flotantes (Floating Islands) are located in Lake Titicaca and are accessible by boat from Copacabana. Tickets can be purchased at many places in Copacabana, though at tourist agencies it might be more expensive. We bought our return tickets in a kiosk at the lakeshore (at the end of Av 6 de Agosto).
During the 20 minutes ride, you can adore the snow-capped peaks of the Cordillera Real, green hills and blue vastness of the lake.


4:39 DAY 3 - DISCOVERING THE LAKESHORE
Copacabana sits between two hills, Cerro Calvário and Horca del Inca. The bay is home to many boats, so this part of the lake isn't recommended for swimming.
Trying out local dishes is part of travelling and discovering new cultures. THE MUST-TRY FOOD IN COPACABANA IS TROUT (trucha) and the perfect place to try it out is the lakeshore. Next to the harbour, you’ll find many kiosks serving trout. The menu and the prices are almost the same at every food stall.


5:12 DAY 4 - ISLA DEL SOL DAY TRIP
Isla del Sol is not just an ordinary island. It’s situated in Lake Titicaca and home to Inca ruins, scenic paths, cute llamas and other animals. You only have to enjoy this sacred atmosphere, get ready for high altitude and walk slowly.
During our Bolivian trip (March of 2020), ONLY THE SOUTHERN PART OF THE ISLAND WAS OPEN FOR VISITORS. Unfortunately, the northern and southern part had some differences again.
Read the blog post about our 1 day trip in Isla del Sol, Bolivia:
And watch the Isla del Sol travel video:


6:05 DAY 5 - RELAXING AND CLIMBING CERRO CALVARIO
The peak of Cerro Calvario dominates the lakeshore of Lake Titicaca at Copacabana. As I mentioned before, Copacabana lies at a high altitude, so WALKING AND CLIMBING CAN BE CHALLENGING.
The breathtaking panorama of the lake and the harbour will compensate for the exhausting hike. From the peak, you can also watch the sunset and its reflection on the surface of Lake Titicaca.

7:55 DAY 6 - TRAVELLING TO LA PAZ, EL ALTO AIRPORT
Buses depart from Plaza Sucre, the main square of Copacabana. For returning to La Paz, we chose a local bus, which wasn’t that comfortable but it stopped at El Alto, so we could reach the airport easier.


Want to learn more about Copacabana? Visit my blog and read my post to find out 6 reasons to add Copacabana and Lake Titicaca to your Bolivian itinerary.




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Recorded by Aliz Krammer, the creator of Aliz’s Wonderland
Edited by Zsófia Tomasits
Recorded with GoPro HERO 7 Black


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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.

More options for things to do in La Paz?
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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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.
Fill the video with likes for more walks in this city so I will realize that it is to your liking.
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Caminando por la ciudad de La Paz Bolivia una ciudad que mezcla su pasado colonial y modernidad .
Llena el video de likes para mas caminatas en esta ciudad asi me dare cuenta que es del gusto de ustedes.
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ला पाज़ बोलिविया शहर से गुज़रता हुआ एक शहर जो अपने औपनिवेशिक अतीत और आधुनिकता को मिलाता है।
इस शहर में अधिक घूमने के लिए पसंद के साथ वीडियो भरें ताकि मुझे एहसास हो जाए कि यह आपकी पसंद के अनुसार है।
युवेन द्वारा फिल्माया गया।

Paglalakad sa lungsod ng La Paz Bolivia isang lungsod na pinaghahalo ang dati nitong kolonyal at modernidad.
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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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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.

Want to learn more about Santa Cruz de la Sierra? Visit my blog and read my post to find out The best things to do in Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia including a 2-day itinerary, map and prices.


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
Ice cream at Vaca fria
The “centre” of South America
Botanical Garden
Mercado Nuevo
Dinner at El Aljibe

05:20 DAY 2 - BIOCENTRO GÜEMBE MARIPOSARIO
Monkey jungle
Butterfly house
Aviary
Orchids
Pool time


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Introducing Bolivia

Start exploring Bolivia with Lonely Planet’s video guide to getting around, when to go and the top things to do while you're there.

UNBOLIVABLE - A Bolivia Travel Video | Sony RX100

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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.

I hope you enjoy this video and if you want to do this same trip as well, be sure to check out my one week complete backpacking guide to Bolivia here:

Location: La Paz, Potosi, Salar de Uyuni
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