Bolivia, officially known as the Plurinational State of Bolivia, is a west-central South American country. Sharing borders with Brazil, Paraguay, Argentina, Chile, and Peru is one of the two landlocked countries in South America.
Though the country is not fully utilizing its tourism potential, Bolivia is still one of the best countries to visit in South America. It is home to seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including the City of Potosi, Historic City of Sucre, Qhapaq Nan (Andean Road System), Fuerte de Samaipata, and Noel Kempff Mercado National Park. The country is also natural, housing a wide array of biodiversity like the tube-lipped nectar bats, coral snakes, macaws, and the Bluebeard.
Bolivia is rich in indigenous culture, offering an authentic feel of its diversity and heritage. Its festivals are elaborate and brimming in life, like the Carnaval, Nuestro Senor del Gran Poder, Entrada Universitaria, Alasitas, and Natita festival, amongst many others. Enjoy folkloric music and dance during these festivals, or visit one of its many archaeological sites for a feel of history, tradition, and culture in the country.
Enjoy a mix of indigenous and Spanish traditions in Bolivian cuisines like the Llajwa, Sopa de mani, Lagua de choclo, Chario, Empanada, Tucumanas, Humintas, Trucha, and Silpancho. You can also have tasty beverages like Mate, Api, Tarija wine, Chicha, Café Yungas, and their fresh fruit juices.