Bolivia Travel Articles

 
Anacondas and The Amazon Via The Road of Death – Bolivia
Anacondas and The Amazon Via The Road of Death – Bolivia home_march25_anaconda.jpgThe Bolivian Amazon is a good alternative to the heavily touristed Brazilian rainforest.
Mind Your Language – Bolivia
David Atkinson knows, a little bit of local lingo will get you a long way.
Miles and Miles and Piles of Salt – Uyuni, Bolivia
Miles and Miles and Piles of Salt – Uyuni, Bolivia home_march11_salt.jpgDavid Hattam explo
Bolivia’s Day of the Sea – Bolivia
Bolivia’s Day of the Sea – Bolivia A war with Chile claimed Bolivia's coastline 125 y
Bolivia Travel Facts
The Basics Country: Bolivia Where is it?: Bolivia is one of the only two landlocked countries in South America, and is bordered by five countries. It’s bordered to the North and East by Brazil’s rainforest. Why do people go here?: Tourism: Culture/Language Studies, Jungle Trips, Mountain Climbing, Rafting/Kayaking, Eco Tourism, Lake Titicaca, Missionary Work, Volunteer […]
Rediscovering a Lost World – Bolivia
Rediscovering a Lost World – Bolivia Rob Hawke makes the ultimate pilgrimage of nature,
Continental Drift #8: Silver Heaven, Black Hell – Potosi, Bolivia
Does the Devil exist? Adam finds the answer to this age-old question within the choking tunnels of the Potosi silver mine in Bolivia.
A Gringo Trail Along the Road More Travelled – Salta, Argentina to La Paz, Bolivia
A Gringo Trail Along the Road More Travelled – Salta, Argentina to La Paz, Bolivia The Salar de Uyuni, in Bolivia, is a dried-up ancient sea, a vast plain of dazzling white salt. It's also one of the world's highlights and a perfect place for some naked cycling.
Bolivian Oblivion on the Mapiri Trail – Bolivia
Bolivian Oblivion on the Mapiri Trail – Bolivia The part-trek, part-commando run of the Mapiri Trail is certain to amaze, enrage and exhaust even the most hardy of would-be Rambos, according to Ben Garside.
Five Stars, Stolen Cars and Rainbows in the Mist – La Paz, Bolivia
After a night spent dancing and partying, what better way to see a La Paz sunrise than drive to the top of a mountain in a stolen car.