South America on a Shoestring - Bolivia (Chapter)
This is the Bolivia chapter from Lonely Planet’s South America on a Shoestring guidebook.
Rough around the edges, Bolivia is one of South America’s most complex nations. Plunging down from the Andes, Inca routes make this one of the world’s top trekking destinations, while deep in the Amazon, river trips take you past biodiversity that will leave you awestruck.
- explore Potosí, the silver city of contrasts
- make your way through Parque Nacional e Área de Uso Múltiple Amboró for spectacular biodiversity and landscapes
- dive into history with a walking tour of Sucre, where architecture and culture come to light
- restaurants & accommodation
Coverage includes: Understand Bolivia, Bolivia Today, History, Culture, Cuisine, Arts, Sports, Environment, Survivial Guide, Directory A–Z, Getting There & Away, Getting Around, La Paz & around, Tiwanaku, Lake Titicaca, Copacabana, Isla del Sol, The Cordilleras & the Yungas, Coroico, Chulumani, Sorata, Southern Altiplano, Oruro, Uyuni, Southwest Circuit, Tupiza, Tarija & around, Central Highlands, Cochabamba & around, Sucre & around, Potosí & around, The Southeast, Santa Cruz & around, The Amazon Basin, Rurrenabaque, Parque Nacional Madidi and Trinidad.
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