Tourism in Bolivia, 10 Reasons to Visit Bolivia. Bolivia is a country of great tourism potential with its diverse culture, geographical regions, rich history, cuisine and many tourist attractions. Bolivia, which hosts more than 1 million tourists annually, is most visited by Argentina. Countries following Argentina in turn; Peru, Chile, Brazil, United States, Spain, France, Germany, Colombia, and Paraguay.
10 reasons to visit Bolivia, a beautiful country where different cultures meet.
1. Cristo de la Concordia
Cristo de la Concordiaa, one of the hills of Bolivia that dominates the city of Cochabamba, is a huge sculpture of Jesus located at Pedro Hill. This statue is a tourist area located at a height of 40 meters on 20 November 1994. You can easily see in many places of this sculpted city that has become the symbol of the country.
2. Amboro National Park
Amboro National Park, located in Cochabamba, Bolivia, is one of the largest protected areas of the country opened in 1984. Covering an enormous area of 4,425 square kilometers, this park includes 177 mammal species and 912 bird species, along with predatory animals such as Oselo, puma, and bear. Besides, there are about 3 thousand kinds of plants in the park.
3. Salar de Uyuni
Located on the south-west of Bolivia in the South American country, this lake is one of the largest salt lakes in the world with an area of 10,582 km². The waters that overflow from the rainy times reveal wonderful landscapes.
Located 10 km from La Paz, Valle de la Luna is a popular popular destination. The tower-like structures in the valley came from the mountain rather than the mountain. It is quite dazzling and worth seeing.
5. Island of the Sun
Located on Lake Titikaka, the Sun Island is an island belonging to Bolivia. There is a regular boat tour from Copacabana to the island. When you go here, a great visual feast will be waiting for you.
6. Coca Museum
Coca Museum, located in La Paz, Bolivia, is a history museum. You can see all the information about ‘coca plant’ which is the raw material of cocaine drug produced in the Andean Region of the country. In short, you can find all the information and details that are curious about this item in this museum.
Tiwanaku Tiahuanaco or Tiahuanacu, pre-Inca cultivated in Bolivia, is a small city with significant ruins. There are many historical buildings here. This city has been protected by Unesco since 2000.
8. La Paz
La Paz is the administrative capital of Bolivia, the country of South America. Despite being legally the capital Sucre, the Council of Ministers is located in this city. If you come here, you should definitely visit the Witches Market. Buy souvenirs here.
Sucre is the legal capital of Bolivia and is one of the largest cities in the country with a population of about 250 thousand. If you are here, visit the Sucre Cathedral. It is a city worth seeing with people’s lifestyle, architecture, festivals.
Located on the Argentine border, Tupiza is a touristic city worth visiting. The sleeping salt is located at the end of the desert. This is a place worth seeing with walking roots and scenery.