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Attractions from Bolivia

Alto Madidi National Park (Bolivia)
The delta of the river Madidi is home to one of the most intact eco systems in South America. The national park covers a huge tract of rain forest and mountains at an altitude of more than 5000 metres. There are more than a thousand species of birds in the park, which is hailed as one of the best places in South America to observe the wildlife of the rain forest.
Copacabana (Bolivia)
Copacabana is a sunny city on the Southern shore of the lake Titicaca near the Peruvian border. It serves as a natural base for those who come to see Lake Titicaca and Peru. It has a nice beach on the lake and is the main port for boats to the islands.
Guayaramerin (Bolivia)
Located in the North Eastern corner of the country, on the banks of the river Mamoré, Guayaramerin is Bolivia's back door to Brazil. The city used to be isolated to the point that it could only be reached by plane or riverboat, but there is now a road connecting it with the world. The area is great for sailing through the dense and impressive jungle.
Isla de la Luna (Bolivia)
Smaller than the Isla del Sol, the 'Island of the Moon' is equally beautiful. According to the legend, this was where the maidens of the sun had their home.
Isla del Sol (Bolivia)
The 'Island of the Sun' has an important place in Inca legend. You will find a number of ancient ruins on this beautiful island, which the Incas believed to be the birthplace of several important persons and objects, such as the sun. The natural scenery is stunning, and many people go and spend a night or two on the island.
Laguna Colorada (Bolivia)
This captivating lake is found in a treeless landscape in the south-western part of the Bolivian highlands. Bird enthusiasts will be especially thrilled here, as one of the attractions of the area is the rare James' flamingo that lives around the lake. All in all, this is an incredibly beautiful area, which is well worth a visit.
Laguna Verde (Bolivia)
In the very South West corner of Bolivia, at 5000 metres, we find Laguna Verde ('the green lake'). The backdrop to this gorgeous blue-green lake is the 5930 metre Volcán Licancabu. The top of the mountain shelters an ancient Inca crypt, and the tale goes that young Inca men would be forced to march naked to the crypt where they would freeze to death as sacrifices to the gods.
Rurrenabaque (Bolivia)
Rurrenabaque's tongue twisting name is commonly abbreviated to Rurre. It is one of the most beautiful villages in the lowlands. Many travellers come here for the surrounding rain forest and prolific wildlife. Furthermore, the town is known for the unforgettable jungle sunset through the mist over the river Beni at full moon.
The area around The Yungas (Bolivia)
Located to the North East of La Paz, The Yungas is characterised by steep cliffs covered with woodland and interspersed with hazy cloud-filled ravines. The cliffs form a natural transition between the cold heights and the Amazon rain forest. The Yungas is an area of extraordinary beauty not to be missed.
The Chacaltaya area (Bolivia)
Chacaltaya is the highest skiing resort in the world at 5200 metres. It is only 35 km from La Paz, and there is no shortage of tour operators to take you there. If you hike to the top of the mountain at an altitude of 5395 metres, you will be treated to a magnificent view of the surrounding Andean peaks.

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