Bolivia is also commonly known as Tibet of South America because of its geography on the barren and rugged desert plateau on the Andes.
La Paz has one of the most unique settings, a depression on a plateau 4000m high. Its market is one of the most colorful and rustic. Outside La Paz, you have Lake Titicaca, the highest navigable lake in the world; Tihuanaco ruin, a spectacular archaeological site that pre-dates Machu Picchu, the UNESCO World Heritage sites of Sucre and Potosi and the unworldly Unuyi Salt Flat.
Combine the highlights of Peru and Bolivia in one trip! Immerse yourself in the magical Machu Picchu and stroll around beautiful Cuzco. The sacred Lake Titicaca has separated Peru and its neighbour – Bolivia. From 'the city that touches the sky' – La Paz to the wonder of Uyuni Salt Lake. Go deeper into Bolivia to visit the 2 UNESCO sites of Sucre and Potosi.
The Andes stretches along the South American continent from north to south, forming different faces of spectacular landscapes. From the colourful Calchqui Valley in northwestern Argentina to the world’s driest Atacama desert in Chile. From the wonders of Uyuni Salt Lake in Bolivia and end of the world’s highest capital city – La Paz.