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Despite the lack of focus on tourism, there is a wide range of attractions in Bolivia. Whether you want to see natural attractions or cultural events and attractions, there will be something for you.
The lakes in Bolivia are worth seeing as they and the scenery around them are so beautiful. First of all there is the Salar de Uyuni. This is a salt lake – the highest one in the world – and it is vibrantly colourful. The red Laguna Colorado is home to pink flamingos, while the Laguna Verde sits under volcanoes. You can take a 4x4 safari here and there is a salt hotel for accommodation. Also at a very high altitude is Lake Titicaca. This marks the border between Bolivia and Peru and is a freshwater lake with a number of small islands. Some are reed islands that float and you can take a lake cruise to see the main sights.
Mountain climbing is another popular pastime for visitors here thanks to the Andes mountain range that runs through the country. One of the peaks is called Cordillera Real and it is a home for the only bear species in South America as well as hawks and condors. You can arrange a climbing excursion in Sorata, a village reminiscent of the Alps.
If you have arranged car rental then why not consider a trip to Cochambama? This city has a reputation for being one of the friendliest in the country and has a spring-like climate all year round. If you are feeling energetic you can climb the 2000 steps that will take you up to Cerro San Pedro to the Christ statue. However, if you are unsure about your stamina take the cable car. The city has amazing street markets where you can pick up a few souvenirs of your stay.
The Amazon is always a big attraction in South America and there are safari boat trips that you can take during your stay in Bolivia. You can stay in eco-lodges at various points along the way. Most of the trips begin at Rurrenabaque. One feature of your Amazon exploration is a motorised canoe trip where you can take a guided rainforest walk and see wildlife such as pink dolphins if you are lucky.
The capital city of La Paz is a great one to explore and it is so much easier with car hire services. It sits nearly 12,000 feet above sea level and in the shadow of Mount Illimani. There are cobbled streets, folk clubs and colonial buildings to see. Those who want to find out more about local history can call in at one of the many museums.