Rugged Mountains, Glaciers and Ice Caves – Trekking the Cordillera Apolobamba

Bolivia has some of South America’s most diverse landscapes and climates. In such a small country one can experience the highland areas of La Paz, Potosí and Sucre to the lowland jungle and subtropical forests of Rurrenabaque, Buena Vista and Las Yungas within a few days. This makes the country one of the best in … Continue reading

The Beautiful Yungas Region and its Ugly Past

Only three hours drive from the high-altitude, cold climate La Paz is a neotropic ecozone with dense lowland forest and cloud forest. The road there follows the rugged terrain through valleys, across streams and past some of the most ecologically diverse environments in Bolivia.   Las Yungas serves as a transition between the highlands of … Continue reading

Nuestra Señora de La Paz

At 3,650 metres above sea level a city glistens in the foreground of the cordillera, the triple-peaked Illamani at centre stage, as brick-coloured buildings clamour up the steep mountainsides of Bolivia’s administrative capital. La Paz. You either love it or hate it. In our case we had planned to stay a couple of days, and … Continue reading

Sweet as Sucre

Sucre it seems for many travellers is a place to relax in the middle of the madness and mayhem that is Bolivia. For us, it was just that, and a good place to catch up on r’n’r, eat good food and soak up the Bolivian vibe without being thrown into chaos. As put in the … Continue reading

Saving the TIPNIS

Bolivia, which is known for its frequent political marches and disturbances is currently in the middle of an important polemic political discussion that could either protect or destroy ecosystems and indigenous rights for the sake of development. Located in one of the world’s most deforested regions, Bolivia’s first Indigenous President, Eva Morales is having a … Continue reading

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