Bolivia is one of the untouched passages of place with scenic destinations to visit. Bolivia has indigenous people than any other country. It offers variety of cuisine styles, impressive natural landscape, and thrilling adventures. Travelers experience a blend of cultural experiences. From luxury resort to magnificent salt pans of Uyuni, the place offers a bundle of destinations to visit! To create wealthy memories once in a lifetime experience, here is list of ‘Popular Bolivia Tourist Attractions’ to visit!
- Maidid National Park
The Maididi National Park is spread over 7,000 square miles from Andes to Amazon. It is known for its diverse parks in the world. Visitors can spot jaguar, giant otter, titi money- an endangered species of monkey which is found nowhere. More than 11% of birds species are found in this park.
- Jesuit Missions of Chiquitos
The Jesuit Mission of Chiquitos consists of 6-towns which were founded by the priest in the 17th and 18th century. The Jesuits Missions in Paraguay and Argentina has fallen into disrepair. The mission was known as largest and best-known mission in town with beautiful examples of Spanish frontier architecture.
- Yungas Road
The Yungas Road is also known as ‘World’s Most Dangerous Road’ which runs from La Paz to the rainforest of Bolivia’s Amazon in the north side of the country. The road from La Paz, the road climbs 15,000 feet and around 4,000 feet to Coroico town. The road is claimed as dangerous for travelling vehicles, but Yungas has become a famous attraction. It is considered as a real travel adventure for mountain bikers with a long stretch of 40-miles.
- Eduardo Avaroa Andean Fauna National Reserve
The Eduardo Avaroa Andean Fauna National Reserve is located in Southwest Circuit in Bolivia which was created with aim to protect endangered llareta and vicuna plant. Its pure white salt pans with rainbow colored mineral lakes add charm to the landscape. The Reserve Eduardo Avaroa will make you step in strange, impressive planet on earth.
The Sucre is known as ‘City of Four Names’, it is also dubbed as La Plata, Chuquisaca and Charcas. The Place was founded in 1500’s by Spanish colonials. Visitors get a glimpse of aristocratic Spain of 16th century. Several historical buildings such as La Casa De La Libertad, Bolivia’s National Library are the structures which date back from the 15th century.
Tiwanaku is located near South Eastern shore of Lake Titicaca in Bolivia; it is also significant precursors to the Inca Empire. In 7th and 8th century, the community grew to urban proportion as a regional power. The city had around 15,000-30,000 inhabitants. Today the place is considered as a top tourist attraction in Bolivia.
- Salar De Uyuni
The Salar De Uyuni is an amazing tourist destination not just in Bolivia, but is also considered as a magnificent place from around the world. Visitors travel in 4X4-vehicle over the salt flats to explore the fashioned structures. The flats acts as a mirror which reflects sky above.
- Amboró National Park
- La Angostura Lake