One of the most bewildering countries in Latin America, Bolivia baffles its visitors with an outstanding variety of landscapes and natural regions, rich multi-layered culture, delicious cuisine and promise of adventure. From Andean Peaks to Amazonian rain forests yogurt a chance to enjoy a bliss of wild nature that has not been harmed by humans. You can plan your pilgrimage at any time of year, as the weather varies in highlands and lowlands. Still winter months, especially July and August, it might be a bit too cool and windy.
Mysterious and exciting, Bolivia is choke-full of things to do: admire its fascinating nature, and learn about the history and culture of this South American region. Start with Capacabana Hike Tour, featuring the iconic Titicaca lake, which keeps mysterious legends of Inca people and is known to be the world’s biggest high-altitude lake. The journey there is an perfect combination of stunning scenery and cultural sightseeing. Capacabana still preserves indigenous communities that add vibrant and bright hues to local palette.
Make sure to take a guided tour to magic Salar de Uyuni. One of the best ways to see the great salt flats is by choosing jeep or motor safari tours. The epic journeys to Andean nature reserves, biking down the most perilous yet picturesque route, dancing at local dressed festivals, visiting Isla del Sal, which is considered to be the birthplace of the Sun and the Moon, shopping at witches' markets are just few things on the list of Bolivia first-time visitors.