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Accompany us in getting to know the great diversity of Bolivia, its cities, and multiple tourist attractions.

Who knows, perhaps your next trip will take you to the marvelous country of Bolivia. Thus, if you’re looking for information about Bolivia, here we present you with numerous images, ideas, suggestions and all manner of information to make your journey to Bolivia individualized, easy, and safe.

In our pages visitors that wish to stay in Bolivia for social volunteering work will find ample information and many direct contacts to help them individually organize and plan their stay in Bolivia, and once here, adapt themselves to Bolivian life.

We give the most cordial welcome our Bolivian visitors to these pages as well! This website serves to offer you additional facts and information about your cities to make your life’s more convenient and interesting.

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18 Aug 2018 | Thorn Tree

I visited Bolivia for 16 days in July-August 2018. I entered Bolivia from Peru (Puno) and exited to Chile (San Pedro de Atacama). I stayed overnight in Bolivia in Copacabana, La Paz, Oruro, Potosí...

10 Aug 2018 | Thorn Tree

I will be traveling for a month in Bolivia and have been reading generally about the food that is eaten. I'm beginning to get pretty worried as it does seem that a lot of meat is on the menu.....

9 Aug 2018 | Thorn Tree

I'm planning on buying a large Wiphala flag this sunday at the El Alto Market for my uni room next year. Was wondering if anyone knows how much they cost so therefore how much I should budget...

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