We love Bolivia for:
Salar de Uyuni: The largest Salt Pan in the world
Weather: The weather in Bolivia varies due to its various regions. There are two main seasons’ rainy season and dry season
Lapaz city is surrounded by mountains, the sun drops behind them fairly early in the evening and temperatures drop dramatically overnight. During the summer (December through March, the average temperature is 72ºF (22ºC). During the winter (June-August, temperatures drop to an average of 59ºF (15ºC).
Demographics : The population of Bolivia is of various ethnicity including Amerindians (often known as red Indians) , Mestizos (Mixed heritage often known as a mix of Amerindians and Europeans), Europeans, and Africans. Food: Many Bolivian dishes come from Spanish hereditary some of the stable food including corn, potatoes and beans.
The most popular sport of Bolivia is football. Table football is a very common pastime in Bolivia.
Languages: The main language in Bolivia is Spanish, spoken by 60% of the population although the Aymara and Quechua are spoken just as much and are also official languages.
Religion Majority of the Bolivian population are Roman Catholic
The economy of Bolivia is rich in natural resources. However it is one of the poorest least developed countries in Latin America. However Bolivia has the second largest natural gas reserves in South America.
Visit Salar de Uyuni: Visit what some will call the largest mirror in the world. One of the most beautiful sites in south America. Four day tours available. From July to November the salt bed is very dry while in summer however during the raining season (November to March), being the rainy season, you might find it covered with water, which makes the whole experience even more fantastic.
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