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Bolivia – a treasure trove of ancient knowledge


Bolivia Is a landlocked nation of ten million people in South America, southwest of Brazil and bordering Argentina and Paraguay in the south, and Chile and Peru in the west. Bolivia is a treasure trove of ancient knowledge if you’ve ever been fascinated with myth, legends, and the mysteries of native South American cultural treasures. The highest natural lake in the world, Lake Titicaca, is here. And the capitol city of La Paz, Bolivia is the capitol of the highest altitude in the world. With a picturesque skyline dominated by the Illimani, a forbidding peak soaring impossibly into the sapphire azimuth, La Paz’s ruins and the ancient foundations of the church of St. Augustine are testament to the history that still stands here in Bolivia, whose timeless forts and temples have an eerily calming effect upon the visitor.

noel kempff national park
noel kempff national park

It was only recently that an earthquake caused part of the monastery of St. Augustine’s foundation to expose ancient stones of the Coricancha north in the old Inca capitol of Cuzco, which is in modern day Peru. This place is the dwelling place of the sun, and the home of the infamous sun disc, easily one of the most sacred and revered sites of the ancient Incan Empire. La Paz, Bolivia, is situated 12,000 feet above sea level, on a canyon floor, in the winter is often bathed in a clear, intense sunlight.With amazing ruins, startlingly preserved and many still in use today, it is no wonder that life has changed little here since the time of old. Bolivia travel is a good option in the warmer months between April and October. The warm air makes the high elevation more tolerable. While winter temperatures are all around more comfortable, the rain can make travel more of a challenge.

One of the most spectacular displays of ancient ritual of the Bolivian holiday of Yintip Raymi, or the Solemn Feast of the Sun. This is a large, elaborate sun ritual thousands of years old. This festival, which takes place on June 24, was brought back to life in 1944, on the summer solstice. It will help give you a real taste of the distinct culture that thrives here.

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Bolivia shares control of Lake Titicaca, world’s highest navigable lake (elevation 3,805 metres), with Peru.

It is is one of two land-locked countries in South America; the other being Paraguay.


Many of the Bolivia cities have been around since the colonial era and still have many colonial buildings still standing today. Since there are cities in Bolivia with historical importance, it makes it a great country to visit.

The three largest Bolivian cities are Santa Cruz, La Paz and Cochabamba. All of which have a population of around one million, with Santa Cruz’s population exceeding La Paz in the past ten years.

Also on this page are many facts and great info on the cities in Bolivia. You can choose any of the links that is near the photo to get more detailed travel information and checkout the main attractions in that city.

Democratic civilian rule was established in 1982, but leaders have faced difficult problems of deep-seated poverty, social unrest, and illegal drug production.

la paz
la paz

In December 2005, Bolivians elected Movement Toward Socialism leader Evo Morales president – by the widest margin of any leader since the restoration of civilian rule in 1982 – after he ran on a promise to change the country’s traditional political class and empower the nation’s poor, indigenous majority. However, since taking office, his controversial strategies have exacerbated racial and economic tensions between the Amerindian populations of the Andean west and the non-indigenous communities of the eastern lowlands.

In December 2009, President Morales easily won reelection, and his party took control of the legislative branch of the government, which will allow him to continue his process of change.

Lake Titicaca holds a great deal of meaning to the Aymara Indians as well as their descendants. This desolate lake is a deep and intense dark blue color. Being a body of water in the mountains, it is subject to rapid changes in weather. Many modern descendants still practice the tradition of weaving the feather light boats out of reed, which they use to traverse Lake Titicaca and travel to the islands of the Sun and the Moon, as they have for hundreds of years. One of the amazing facts of this country is that more than half of the population of Bolivia still adheres to traditional ways of life.

santa cruz
santa cruz

The city of La Paz is the second largest of the Bolivia cities and is one of two capital cities in Bolivia. La Paz is the administrative capital of Bolivia, while Sucre is the constitutional capital.

La Paz is the world’s highest capital city, sitting in a sunken valley in the Andes Mountain range. The city is located at an elevation of about 11,811 feet (3,600 meters) above sea level.

La Paz is the top destination in Bolivia for travelers because its stunning beauty and many attractions located in the area. Click on La Paz for more travel information on the city.

Santa Cruz is the largest of the Bolivia cities and lies in the tropical low lands of eastern Bolivia. Santa Cruz is by far Bolivia’s most prosperous city and is among the fastest growing, with a population exceeding La Paz in the past ten years and becoming the largest city in Bolivia.

Lake Titicaca
Lake Titicaca

With a population of around 1.5 million, the city has continued to grow economically and demographically at a fast rate. Though the city is still dominated with old colonial buildings, you’ll find new residential and commercial buildings going up everywhere, as well as big American corporations with offices there.

Sucre is the constitutional capital of Bolivia. The city has a population of 247,300 and is located in the south-central part of the country in the Andean Mountain range.

Sucre is know for its colonial history, with many colonial buildings throughout the city. In 1991, UNESCO declared it a world heritage site, with many cultural attractions, museums, shops, and restaurants.

The National Parks of Bolivia and other protected areas encompass a range of different terrains and ecosystems in Bolivia, from the tropical rainforest of the Amazon basin to the high altitudes of the Andes Mountains and the eastern lowlands of Bolivia.

Lake Titicaca
Lake Titicaca

Bolivia is one of the most bio-diverse countries in the world, and contains many different ecosystems and habitats, with many plant and animal species. Much of this diversity and its wildlife is protected within the many national parks and other protected areas, covering around 18 million hectares or 17% of the country’s total area.

The best time for visiting the national parks of Bolivia is in the dry season from April through November. During the rainy season between November through March, most parks in Bolivia are virtually inaccessible and difficult to get around, which is mostly the case in the Amazon Basin and the eastern lowlands of Bolivia.

Lake Titicaca possesses the continents largest source of fresh water, and as Barra states, its preservation and protection are likely to be vital for the future of the region. The increases in the lake’s levels of pollution are alarming.