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Travel to Bolivia and explore the still waters of Lake Titicaca and the salt flats of Salar de Uyuni. Visit La Paz, one of Bolivia's most beautiful cities, along with Santa Cruz and the Jesuit Missions.
High up in the Andes, the earth suddenly falls away to reveal a huge, bowl-shaped canyon, with a city spread across its floor and clinging to the steep sides. A bustling and friendly place, La Paz is a joy to wander and explore.
On the windswept altiplano a short distance from La Paz, Lake Titicaca stretches out in a vast shimmer of fathomless blue.
Three hours by road from Sucre, melancholy Potosi was once Latin America’s richest city. Today the skyline is still dominated by the Cerro Rico (Rich Hill), whose silver brought great wealth for the Spanish at the cost of countless slave miners’ lives.
Sajama National Park
Bolivia’s highest peak, the volcano of Sajama is located in Sajama National Park. A beautiful area, deserted except for vicuñas, it is a wonderful place to explore by foot or 4WD jeep.
Santa Cruz & The Jesuit Missions
Far from the Andean peaks lies the busy and humid city of Santa Cruz, where you can see sloths hanging in the palm-filled main plaza and crowds worshipping in a huge church made of bamboo.
The official capital of Bolivia, with its whitewashed colonial centre a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Sucre is the city that all Bolivians say you must visit.
The beautiful Sun Island (known to its early inhabitants as Titi Khar'ka, the 'rock of the puma' from which Lake Titicaca gets its name) is believed to be the birthplace of the Inca Empire.
The Southern Altiplano
Far off the beaten track, the stark and surreal landscape of the Southern Altiplano makes for a bumpy, windy yet completely captivating few days.
With its monoliths and carved gateways, the ruins of Tiahuanaco lie on a windy valley near to Lake Titicaca.