|Exchange Rate||US$1 = Bs6.91|
|Languages||Spanish, Quechua, Aymara|
|Plugs||A, C, I|
|Time||Bolivia Time (UTC-4)|
|Must-Try||Salteñas, Silpancho, Sajta|
|January - February||Low season - Warm and rainy|
|March - April||High season - Warm and dry|
|May - September||High season - Cool and dry|
|October - November||Low season - Warm and rainy|
|December||Low season - Hot and rainy|
Sucre, the constitutional capital of Bolivia, is known for its well-preserved colonial architecture. Visit the historic city center, explore the museums, and enjoy the local cuisine.
Potosi is a colonial city with a rich mining history. Take a tour of the Cerro Rico silver mine and learn about the hardships faced by the miners. Visit the Casa Nacional de la Moneda and explore the historic city center.
Uyuni is famous for its salt flats, the largest in the world. Take a jeep tour of the Salar de Uyuni and marvel at the stunning landscapes. Visit the Train Cemetery and enjoy the unique experience of staying in a salt hotel.
Cochabamba is known as the gastronomic capital of Bolivia. Try traditional dishes like salteñas and pique a lo macho. Visit the Cristo de la Concordia, one of the largest statues of Jesus in the world, and enjoy the pleasant climate of the city.
Torotoro National Park is a natural wonderland with stunning landscapes and dinosaur footprints. Explore the caves, hike to the waterfalls, and go on a guided tour to see the dinosaur tracks.
Villa Tunari, the door to the Amazon, is a great place for outdoor activities and adventure. Go hiking in the Carrasco National Park, go rafting and go on huge swings at La Jungla.
La Paz, the administrative capital of Bolivia, is known for its dramatic setting and vibrant culture. Visit the Witches' Market, ride the cable car to enjoy panoramic views, and explore the historic city center.
Lake Titikaka is the highest navigable lake in the world and home to indigenous communities. Take a boat tour to the floating islands of Uros, visit the traditional village of Taquile, and learn about the local culture and traditions.
Bolivia has the highest capital city in the world. La Paz sits at an altitude of 3,650 meters (11,975 feet) above sea level.