Bolivia Travel Articles
Traditional Markets in Latin America: A Guide for First Time Shoppers Shopping at traditional markets is an essential experience when traveling in Latin America. Rich Feffer gives novices some tips and hints for market shopping. Seven Experiences Not to Miss in Bolivia Planning a trip to South America? Adam Seper is here to inform you why it would be a crime to leave the gorgeous country of Bolivia off the list. He offers 7 must-sees while in this beautiful country. How to Travel Around the World for $40 Per Day Rolf Potts' No Baggage Challenge saw him traverse the globe on $160/day. Adam Seper is here to show you how to do it for a quarter of the price. 14 Extreme Travel Activities To Get Your Heart Pumping Want to live life a little more dangerously or seek some adventure? Victoria Brewood lists some of the more extreme, thrill-seeking activities on offer around the world. 10 Difficult-to-Visit Places and How to Get There If you have ever wanted to go to difficult to reach places, Adam Seper is here to give you the lowdown on 10 countries where entry isn't exactly black and white. Salar de Uyuni Tour: Salt, Salt, Salt, and Trains Christian Celind takes on a tour of Salar de Uyuni, the world's largest salt flat, in Bolivia. 12 Less Visited Countries and Why You Should Go There Now If you're looking to get off the beaten track and experience a place less traveled this year, Victoria Brewood has compiled a list of some of the countries that are less visited by tourists but still very much worth visiting. Touring Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia Christian Celind tours Salar de Uyuni and encounters strange rocks, strange animals, and strange towns. Five Unexpected Treasures of South America Everyone knows to visit Machu Picchu, Iguazu Falls, and Patagonia when in South America, but Adam Seper recommends five places you may not have heard of that you'd be crazy to miss. The Most Dangerous Road In The World Going down the most dangerous road in the world by bike...Insanity? A search for the ultimate kick? Or trying the coolest thing ever? Christian Celind says it's all of the above.