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Hostelling International Tripbook for

Bolivia

23 Entries

Hike along ancient Inca routes in Bolivia and visit the extraordinary landscape of eerie saltpans. Take a trip to see jaguar, rare Spectacled Bear and llama in the wild. And mingle with bowler–hatted women traders in the highest capital city in the world. Vast and varied, Bolivia is an isolated, undervisited country. It boasts Amazonian rainforest, staggering Andean scenery, the remains of mysterious lost civilisations and a rich indigenous culture. The west offers the clear, azure waters of sacred Lake Titcaca. Nearby, the colourful capital La Paz is set against the famous peak of Mount Illimani - while the slopes of Chacaltaya just beyond the city present the world's highest ski run. To the south, Potosi is the site of great silver mines and contains remains of much grandeur and wealth. The buzzing city of Tupiza is located in an astonishing desert area. Bolivia's hostels are convenient gateways for exploring this vibrant, intriguing nation.