Nat and George of a Hot Minute share all the reasons you should travel to Bolivia right now! Cities at insane altitudes. Bitterly cold nights. No hablo Español! Welcome to Bolivia! Incredible landscapes. Death-defying day trips. An immersion into a new culture. For me, visiting Bolivia was one of my favourite experiences in South America but in equal measure one of my best… Read More
Bolivia is a country located in South America in the central part of the continent. These are travel guides to help you plan a Bolivian vacation.
You can get to the Amazon rainforest from several countries in South America thanks to its central location but visiting the Bolivian Amazon certainly has its perks. Not only can you experience two sides to this magical destination (by boat or by trekking), you can also enjoy it for significantly cheaper than other countries (not looking at you Brazil). Visiting… Read More
“You will love it!” were the words we had heard from other travelers every time we mentioned our plan to travel to the Bolivia Salt Flats. They are the biggest salt flat in the world. As you might imagine those words raised our expectations sky-high and we couldn’t wait to see the white endless scenery. Bolivia Salt Flats Rough and… Read More
Salar de Uyuni – the Bolivian salt flats – are touted as an absolute must-see in South America. Many people I have spoken to who have visited this remote, wide expanse of salt describe it as the highlight of their South America trip. For some, it is the most mind-blowing place they have ever visited. But there is another spot… Read More
The Salar de Uyuni is a bit like being bludgeoned by wonder. How to Visit the Salar de Uyuni The Salar de Uyuni is one of the most spectacular adventure-travel destinations on Earth: a 10,582 square kilometre expanse of cracked white salt, left behind when an ancient lake named Coipasa dried up thousands of years ago. Located in Bolivia, it’s now… Read More
My hands ached and cramped as I fumbled with my ice pick. We were approaching another steep incline on the side of Huayna Potosi in Bolivia – a 6,088-meter peak. Having never climbed a snow covered mountain in my life, let alone one at this altitude, my body was rejecting every attempt to connect with my brain. Another incline lie… Read More