Bolivia is one of the remotest countries in the world. Underrated as it is, most of this beautiful country remains untouched. For travelers who wish to experience multi-cultural, multi-ethnic diversity – Bolivia is the place to go!
This untouched expanse offers everything from luxury resorts, to calm lakes and other-worldly salt flats, making it a completely worth it once in a lifetime experience.
Read on to find out 5 must visit tourist attractions in Bolivia:
1. Salar de Uyuni:
Wide miles of flat salt – Salar De Uyuni is one of the flattest places on Earth. Formed by pre-historic lakes, this 4000-square-mile salt-flats can only be scaled by 4*4 vehicles. Stunnigly beautiful after the rains, visit locally fashioned structures and get mesmerized by water that that reflects like a mirror.
Representing the greatest megalithic architectural achievement of pre-Inca South America, Tiwanku is one of the top tourist attractions in Bolivia. It is located near Lake Titicaca which is a site to behold on its own. The city has only about 30,000 inhabitants and has been mildly excavated.
3. Lake Titicaca:
Lake Titicaca is the largest Lake in South America and is inhabited by numerous diverse native folk. A favourite for both tourists as well as locals, it is a place to feel free with a sense of peace and calm.
4. Oruro Carnival:
Ethnic Dances, melodious musicals are the main feature of the Oruro Carnival. Every Year iot begins with the devil dance which is known as Diablada. Over 25,000 dancers and 10,000 musicians join forces to make this festival one of the most important cultural events of South America. Through song and dance, the folklore of the country is popularized.
This city in Bolivia has 4 names – Charcas, La Plata and Chuquisaca. The city speaks the life of Spanish aristocracy in the 1500s. The city delights with its many important historical buildings. The Bolivian Constitution, was written in one of these monuments – La Casa de la Libertad, is a must visit. The city also features Bolivia’s National Library.