You may see breathtaking sights within the country, such as the “Salar de Uyuni” (Uyuni Salt Lake) and Colorful Lagoons, and also places filled with natural beauty and an extensive bio-diversity such as the Madidi Park and the Pantanal (Wetlands). The Royal Mountain Range, the tropical forests of Cochabamba, the Amazon and the Pre-Hispanic hills of Beni. In addition to these natural attractions there are places of historical importance and equal beauty carefully preserved through the last two centuries, this includes the cities of Sucre and Potosi and the Jesuit Missions. In contrast, there is also the ancient and world renown ruins of Tiwanaku, the oldest culture of Latin America and the cradle of the Incan Empire.
Beni offers a great deal of natural beauty and adventure to all its visitors. Beni has several ecologic and archaeological centers. Beni is a culture that is almost five thousand years old.
Cochabamba is located in the heart of Bolivia, surrounded ny the “Cordillera de la Herradura” (Horseshoe Mountain Range), its highest peak is “Tunari”.
The city of La Paz is the Nation’s Capital, and it is considered to be the highest capital of the world, it is located in the center of a large canyon that lies at the feet of the Illimani Mountain,which has been deemed the city’s protector.
The cultural and historical value of Potosi has been recognized with “A Cultural Asset of Humankind”. Near Potosi, the highest city of the world, visitors can enjoy of thermal waters and other fascinating natural attractions, such as the “Salar de Uyuni” (Salt Mines of Uyuni) and the colored lagoons.
Santa Cruz offers to all visitors an enormous variety of options: natural parks for all nature and/or adventure lovers; walks through the fabulous ruins of Samaipata for all of those who crave archaeology and history; or simply strolls through the Jesuit Missions for anyone who wants to experience an unforgettable trip.
Sucre is the city with four names, has one of the most impresive prehistoric discoveries in the world. A gigantic wall that displays the largest dinosaur tracks in the world.
At an altitude over 3,800 meters above the sea level. This magical place keeps in its territory the archeological site of the oldest civilization in the continent, Tiwanaku.
Also, all throughout the area we can see various glaciers, rock formations of different types, and volcanic craters, which take us back to the time of the Mesozoic era.
This department is surrounded by volcanoes, salt mines and flamencos. It is a place of many natural attractions, including the fabulous Bird Sanctuary of the Poopo Lake and the National Park of Sajama, which is considered to be the forest at the highest altitude in the world.
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