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Boliva is a landlocked country in central South America.

Departments in Bolivia : Chuquisaca, Cochabamba, Beni, La Paz, Oruro, Pando, Potosi, Santa Cruz, Tarija.

Seat of the Bolivian Government: La Paz.

Capital City of Bolivia: Sucre 

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Hotels in Bolivia / Hostels 

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National Parks

Amboro National Park
Covering an area of over 630,000 hectares. Lies within three distinct ecosystems: the foothills of the Andes, the northern Chaco and the Amazon Basin. The park was originally established as the Reserva de Vida Silvestre German Busch in 1984 but, with the help of native biologist Noel Kempff, British zoologist Robin Clark and others, the park was expanded to its present size.
  National Park Huascarán
  National Park Noel Kempff Mercado
  Sajama National Park

Travel Agents / Tour Operators

  Kuoni   -   South American Panorama  -  Classic Escorted Tour
Experience the spectacular scenery, history and treasures of some of the most exciting countries in South America.   

  G Adventures
*   Bolivia Backroads
For hardy adventurers unafraid of a challenge and roughing it, Bolivia is a reward justly earned. Beginning and ending in La Paz, this trip combines the nation's natural treasures - Lake Titicaca, Isla del Sol and the mighty Amazon Jungle itself - with incredible civilizations both modern and ancient.
*   Bolivia Discovery
Climb to the top of South America for an out-of-this-world Bolivian experience— encounter awe-inspiring geography, cities rich in colonial history and indigenous culture. From La Paz, the highest capital city in the world, travel to the crest of the Andes and the middle of nowhere for three days of incredible off-road exploration of the Salar de Uyuni and surrounding desert altiplano.

Thomas Cook

  Last Frontiers   -   a small, specialist Tour Operator for Latin America
  Latin Odyssey   -   Latin America Specialist
Latin Odyssey specialises in personalised itineraries, creating private tours based on your interests and budget, with an emphasis on service.
  Preston Reid   -   Tailor Made Travel to Bolivia
  Worlds Apart Travel
Bolivia has lots to offer; superb trekking, Inca sites, Amazon rainforest, Altiplano and Lake Titicaca - great for those who want to escape the crowds.

  Mad Adventurer   -   development projects in Bolivia
  Bolivia Trek
  Crillon Tours
  Gravity Assisted Mountain Biking
All about mountain bike rides, bike races, cycle touring and more
  Travel Bolivia

Bolivia (Lonely Planet Country Guides) - 1741049989Travel Guides Bolivia / Related books

ATravel Guides Bolivia  [ ]

  Bolivia (Lonely Planet Country Guides) - 1741049989
Anja Mutic (Author)
Paperback: 392 pages; Publisher: Lonely Planet Publications; 7th Revised edition edition (1 April 2010); ISBN-10: 1741049989; ISBN-13: 978-1741049985.

  The Rough Guide to Bolivia - 1843538598
James Read (Author)
This thoroughly updated Rough Guide includes significantly more detailed maps and colour photographs than its closest competitor, as well as author picks and new colour sections that beautifully illustrate the countries ancient beliefs and mysticisms and the excellent range of outdoor activities on offer. An updated history section includes the civil disturbances of recent years, giving you a sound context in which to really get a feel for the country. There is expanded coverage on trekking and Isla del Sol, as well as candid reviews of all the best places to stay and eat, from jungle lodges to colonial mansions. With expert knowledge from an author who has a deep understanding of the Bolivian way of life, this book is perfect for those independent travellers who want a far more unique and imaginative trip. Make the most of your time with The Rough Guide to Bolivia.
Paperback: 432 pages; Publisher: Rough Guides; 2 edition (1 Feb 2008); ISBN-10: 1843538598; ISBN-13: 978-1843538592.

Transportation / How do I travel to Bolivia

  La Paz Airport   -   John F. Kennedy International [ El Alto ]
  Sucre Airport

   -   Flights to Bolivia
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  Airline Tickets Bolivia / Bargain Flights
Cheap flight tickets Bolivia, Price comparison possible


  Coomotor   -   public bus transportation Bolivia
Long distance and urban bus services in Colombia.
  Plataforma 10   -   bus tickets and boat tickets
Platform 10 distributes services of more than 70 important businesses of transportation at more than 1600 destinies in Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay, Peru and Uruguay.

  Online Maps of Bolivia [ Uni Texas  -  Perry-Castañeda Library  -  Map Collection ]


Bolivia s bordered by Brazil on the north and east, Paraguay and Argentina on the south, and Chile and Peru on the west.

  Boliva Tourism

  Government Bolivia   -   Portal del Gobierno Boliviano

  Alcaldia Municipal de Sucre   -   Capital City Bolivia
Von der UNESCO, kultureller Staatsbesitz der Menschheit erklärt. Kulturelles Zentrum und Heim der Bourgeoisie in der Kolonialzeit

  La Paz   -   Municipality of La Paz

  Chuquisaca Department
  Cochabamba   -   Departamento de Cochabamba ***
  La Paz   -   departamento
  Santa Cruz

  Cochabamba -
  Nazca   -   about 500 km south of Lima at the desert coast
  Potosi   -   Highest city in the world
  Salar de Uyuni on the Altiplano
  Tarabuco   -   surroundings of Sucre

  Archaological Complex "Tihuanaco" 
  Copacabana Sanktuary   -   important pelgrimage site at Lake Titikaka 
  Dinosaurs findingas
  Inka Trail   -   from Cuzco to Machu Picchu
  Jezuite mission   -   UNESCO Cultural Heritage
  Isla del Pescado   -  cactus island in the middle of a white salt plain.
  Carneval of Oruro
  Culture of the Kallawaya
  Laguna Colorada   -   Red Lagune   -   flamingo's.
  Nasca lines
  Nevado Sajama
  Ruins of Chavín de Huantár
  Ruins of Fort Samaipata
  Silver mines of Potosí
  Sun Islandl [ Titika Lake ]
  Tiahuanaco Ruins   -   pre-inca Ruins
  Titicaca Lake 
  Uyuni Salt Lagune

  CEDIB   -   Centro de Documentación e Información - Bolivia

  News from Bolivia   -   Prensa Latina
  South American Explorers Club
  South America on the matrix
  Travel Warnings and Bolivia travel advisory

Cuisine   -   Bolivian Recipes

The cuisine of Bolivia is suited to the high, cold climate in the altiplano: lots of peppers, aji, and food served picante, spicy hot, although you can request medio picante or poco picante for medium or less hot. In the altiplano, cuisine relies on carbohydrates and protein from potatoes and meats, plus trout, trucha, from Lake Titicaca. In the lowlands, freshwater fish, vegetables, fruits are more popular.

  Cocina Boliviana   -   platos tipicos, sopa e empanadas y saltenas

My Mother's Bolivian Kitchen: Recipes and Recollections 
This book includes 150 unique recipes as well as a memoir of growing up in a culture where eating is taken quite seriously. The recipes presented in this book are easy to make and, although some of the ingredients are not readily available, the author provides substitutions to achieve similar results. Bolivian cuisine is quite distinct from that of many Latin American countries, both in preparation and ingredients. It incorporates foods developed by the Incas, such as quinoa and chuno (freeze-dried potato). Among the recipes included is a Bolivian pastry called salernas; its warm golden crush, when broken open, releases a pungent smell of exotically spiced meat, vegetables and raisins.
Paperback 226 pages (November 1, 2004);  Publisher: Hippocrene Books, Inc.;  Language: English;  ISBN: 0781810566
  Bolivia For The Gourmet Traveler
Popular Foods & National Cuisine [ Picante de Pollo, Saltenas, Tawa-Tawas ], Popular Beverages & National Drinks [ Biblia, Chicha de Mani ], Best Dining Destinations [ La Paz ]

History of Bolivia

Independence: 6 August 1825 [ from Spain ]

  Bolivia's History   -   Wikipedia
Pre-Colombian times, Spanish colonial period and independence of Bolivia, 19th century, 20th century, 21st century.

A Concise History of Bolivia  -   Herbert S. Klein
In its first Spanish edition, Herbert Klein's A Concise History of Bolivia won immediate acceptance within Bolivia as the new standard history of this important nation. Surveying Bolivia's economic, social, cultural, and political evolution from the arrival of early man in the Andes to the present, this current version brings the history of this society up to the present day, covering the fundamental changes which have occurred since the National Revolution of 1952 and the return of democracy in 1982. These changes have included the introduction of universal education and the rise of the mestizos and Indian populations to political power for the first time in national history. Containing an updated bibliography, A Concise History of Bolivia remains an essential text for courses in Latin American history and politics.
Paperback 336 pages (February 3, 2003);  Publisher: Cambridge University Press;  Language: English;  ISBN: 052100294X 
  Museo Nacional de Arqueologia
Museo Nacional de Arqueología, Instituto Nacional de Arqueología en het Secretaria Nacional de Cultura

Music, Art & Culture, Events

  Culture of Bolivia   -   Musica

Bolivia - the Rough Guide to the Music of the Andes: Bolivia 
Audio CD (May 23, 2005);  Number of Discs:1;  Label: World Music Network;  ASIN: B00099ICF2;  Catalogue Number: RGNET1147CD

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