Bolivia Travel Articles

Kassi Magruder
Gorgeous reflections on the Bolivia trek
Adventure Life
Engage the local people
Adventure Life
Llama on Laguna Colorada
A Welcoming Smile
Brian Morgan
Adventure Life
Bolivian landscape
Health Tips for Going to the Jungle
Make Your Amazon Trip a Healthy One! Traveler's diarrhea (TD) is the most common ailment of visitors to Latin America. It's a good idea to ask your doctor for an antibiotic specifically for TD, as …
Jungle Packing Tips
For an Amazon adventure trip everyone should pack accordingly. Except for the occasional internal flight, we'll be taking canoes, kayaks, jeeps, vans and our own feet between destinations. A …
Community Grants
Adventure Life's community grants provide funding for grassroots projects in the countries we visit. Grants have funded reforestation projects, youth festivals and education, operations at a …
Witches' Market of La Paz
La Paz, Bolivia is a bustling city of more than one million. In its heart, you could almost be forgiven for forgetting its third world status. Amongst the high rises you can even find a McDonalds. …
Salar de Uyuni
This 9,000 km (4680 sq mi) salt desert at an altitude of 3650m (11,970ft), is the largest salt flat in the world! It was once part of a prehistoric salt lake which covered most of southwestern …
Tarabuco Market
Tarabuco is a small colonial town about 65 kilometers from Sucre. This Bolivian Woman Weavingtown is shaped by incredible cultural values and offers many rich experiences for the adventurous …
Miners offer cigarettes, bottled water and other gifts to El Tio for good luck. The legend tells that the Peruvian Indian, Diego Huallpa, was the original discoverer of the Potosi silver. One day …
Bolivia Overview
HISTORY The first inhabitants of Bolivia were nomadic hunter-gatherers who came across the Bering Strait. It is commonly believed that these first Asian colonizers reached the South American …