Bolivia

Landlocked in the heart of the Andes Cordillera, Bolivia is the highest and most isolated country in South America. The Andean plateau is the highest inhabited region in the world. The altiplano attracts a large number of tourists because it is home to exceptional sites such as the Salar D’Uyuni and the lagoons of Lagunas Verde and Colorada. You will be dazzled by the beauty and whiteness of the Salar d’Uyuni, the largest salt desert in the world. The desert region of South Lipez with its paint-like landscapes is ideal for travelers in search of sumptuous landscapes, geological wonders and colorful lagoons.

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I dreamed of another world…

I dreamed of another world…

A last glance at the Laguna Colorada in the early morning: this shallow salty lake has regained its serenity and lost its intense red color, but still offers striking reflections. We head toward the desert of Siloli in Southwestern Bolivia, a desert dominated by...
Across the border

Across the border

“Should we cross the border / Going Beyond / Without missteps / Discover what is behind…” (Donoré – Passer la Frontière). Let’s cross the border and discover the Bolivian Altiplano, seemingly “the region” to discover. The Altiplano or high plain is...
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