Bolivia is a landlocked country, which is situated in the central region of South America. From the tourism point of view, the country has witnessed a vast boom in recent years. The majority of the population of Bolivia is indigenous and many of them still maintain their beliefs and customs. The historical importance of Bolivia makes it an exciting tourist destination.
On your visit to Bolivia, you will see that the locals are very shy people and they are always dressed in colored traditional dresses. The landscape comprises of old traditional houses along with large agriculture lands. The traditional techniques of food production, agriculture, weaving, handicraft, etc. are still practiced by the locals. The beautiful geographical features of Bolivia offer opportunities of various activities like exploring the wilds of Amazonian basin, a boat ride on Titicaca (world's highest navigable lake), or hiking in the Andes mountains, etc.
1,098,581 square km (424,163 square miles)
10,389,913 (census of 2012)
Spanish, Quechua, Aymara, Guaraní
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Some of the important tourist attractions of Bolivia are listed below : -
Salar de Uyuni.
Climate & Geography
The climate of Bolivia is diverse and changes drastically throughout the regions. The summers are humid in the eastern parts and dry in the western. Bolivia witnesses four different types of climates, namely tropical, Desert-Polar, Temperate, and Subtropical Semi-arid climate.
Bolivia has geography of diverse nature. It consists of mountains, valleys, forests, and rivers. The great geographical diversity offers the tourists with opportunities of diverse tourist activities.
Roadways, waterways, and airways are important modes of transportation. Railways are present but do not play a prominent role in the transportation sector.
Tourist & Immigration Info
Contact the nearest embassy of Bolivia for updated information on the rules and regulations of the Bolivian visa.