Salar de Uyuni is an otherworldly experience that takes you to expansive salt flats with multi-colored lakes and glassy reflection pools that seem to stretch to infinty and beyond.
La Paz, Sucre, and Potosiare historical, traditional Andean cities that buzz with markets where colorful bowler hat-donned indigenous ladies haggle for the day's purchases.
The Cordillea Real is one of the world's most picturesque treks through glaciated Andean peaks and remote villages. This is a challenging, yet rewarding glimpse into a Bolivia that few outsiders experience.
Madidi National Park, in the Bolivian Amazon has some of the world's most remote and unstudied rainforests. Chalalan lodge, managed by the local Quechua indigenous community, is your ticket to understanding the ecosystems and cultures of the Amazon.
Lake Titicaca is dotted with quaint islands and isolated indigenous villages that weave beautiful woolen wares from the sheep that graze the hillsides. Glide across the lake with the massive snow-covered Andes as a stunning background.