High altitude salt flats, lots of llamas and diverse cultures.
With La Paz as its administrative capital, perched at 3,500m above sea level, Bolivia is truly a land of dramatic landscapes. From the piercing, snow-capped peaks of the Andes, to the endless lushness of the Amazon rainforest to the vast Atacama Desert on its southern border, the driest non-polar desert in the world. Expect to experience Bolivia on a big scale!
Bolivia's official capital is Sucre, a picturesque city with beautiful UNESCO world heritage architecture, narrow cobbled streets and charming plazas. Spending some time here is always a pleasure.
Bolivia boasts the world's largest salt flats of Salar de Uyuni at some 11,000 sq km and Lake Titicaca, famous for its still waters, is said to be the birthplace of the Incas. The wool of the llama is important to Bolivians who make garments renowned for their warm, softness.