The hemisphere's highest, most isolated and most rugged nation, boasts among the driest, saltiest and swampiest natural landscapes in the world. This landlocked country boasts the soaring peaks of the Cordillera Real, the salt flats of Uyuni and the jungles of the Amazon Basin. Unparalleled beauty is also reflected in its vibrant indigenous cultures, colonial cities such as Sucre and Potosí, and whispers of ancient civilizations.
Bolivia was home to the Incas and also hosted a variety of ancient cultures like the Viracocha, who revered the sacred lake of Titicaca and honored the sun and moon with stone temples. After the arrival of the Spanish, splendid Spanish-style churches and buildings were built in many Bolivian cities, although ancient pagan symbols and rituals intertwine with new religious symbols and rituals in places.
With all this treasures, Bolivia is a truly extraordinary place.