For a relatively small country, Bolivia has an incredibly diverse terrain. From the rainforest to the Atacama Desert to the Andes Mountains, the country offers something for everyone. Adventure travelers come to the Bolivian Andes for hiking, camping, and biking.
The Uyuni are the largest salt flats in the world. The photo ops are incredible as the salt flats provide a reflective quality. This is one of the top travel bucket list items for South America, and a can't-miss if visiting Bolivia.
Bolivia's diverse landscape means an equally diverse wildlife population. Visitors seek out flamingos, giant otters, river dolphins, jaguars, spectacled bears, and much more.
Bolivia has a fascinating history, and the people reflect that history. The country is home to indigenous people as well as descendants from Spanish settlers.
Titicaca is a massive lake that sits at the border between Bolivia and Peru. It is the largest lake in South America. In addition to nature experiences, the lake has a rich cultural history to explore, as it is called the "birthplace of the Incas".