Much of Bolivia’s absorbing history is plain to see.
Its main city of Santa Cruz offers Inca ruins with enigmatic rock carvings dating back hundreds of years. Sucre has a market where the locals still wear Conquistador-style leather helmets. Potosi has an ancient silver mine and Royal Mint with original wooden machinery. La Paz is the ideal base for visiting Tiwanaku’s museum, its Sun Gate, monoliths, temples and the Akapana Pyramid.
And then there are the natural marvels. Glittering white salt pans, a desert with weird rock formations and a stone tree, a geothermal region with spouting fumaroles and active geysers…
Nigel Richardson travelled with The Ultimate Travel Company to Bolivia and wrote about his experience for The Sunday Telegraph, rating this itinerary 10/10! Read article here >>