Landlocked in western-central South America, Bolivia may not be able to boast the beautiful coast of the South Americas, but this country is not short on best places to visit in Bolivia before you die. Bolivia has a wide range of geographical features, from cities to spans of desert, from inactive volcanoes to waterfalls. It has a rich cultural history, including traditional practices like witchcraft still practised today, as well as the largest statue of Christ in the world. The Andean area of Bolivia was part of the Inca Empire, and thus Bolivia has a rich ancient history as well as modern twists. The country is rich in minerals and has a strong mining economy, as well as being big on the export of things like textiles. It is a developing country, but so rich in cultural history that it is not to be missed.
The climate in Bolivia varies from tropical to polar, so be sure to check local weather reports before setting out on your travels and be sure to pack appropriate clothing for the area you will be visiting. The political climate of Bolivia is an emerging democracy, stable enough to ensure that a visit to the country should be safe (but as always, check local news before travelling in case of any upsets which might affect your journey). Use common sense on your travels and be sure to follow the instructions of guides, emergency services, and officials when in the country. Follow these simple steps and the best places to visit in Bolivia before you die will open up their secrets to you.
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