Insider's Guide to Bolivia
Collected by Jessica Janoski
The tropical climate of Bolivia's Oriente may be the last place you'd expect to find yourself surrounded by sand. In fact, clambering over dunes in any jungle seems highly unlikely regardless of where you are in the world. Behold, Las Lomas de...
3 1/2 cuadras de la Plaza Principal, Samaipata, Bolivia
While traveling Bolivia you'll be hard pressed to find a great breakfast. In a culture that revolves around the long lunch hour, there's rarely much more than sliced bread, butter, jam and instant Nescafé to wake up to. If you're lucky, and...
I don't know if I had ever climbed anything before my summer in Cochabamba, Bolivia. Growing up just outside of Philadelphia, outside activities like hiking just weren't relevant, and now I found myself living in a city 8,400 feet above sea level....
La Paz, Bolivia
Beautiful basecamps are a real treat at this mountain range in the Bolivian Andes. Set on the stunning Chiar Khota Lake, hikers fortify themselves with fresh trout caught in the lower mountain lakes before ascending the surrounding peaks. Greener...
Nicolás Ortiz 165, Sucre, Bolivia
Possibly the best view of the city centre from downtown Sucre is atop the Convent of San Felipe Neri, a neoclassical style church that now functions as an all-girls school. Established in 1795, the monastery and church not only boast some of the...
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