Bolivia…The World’s Best Kept Secret
We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again. Bolivia is South America’s best kept secret. But the world is catching on.
Paul Richardson, travel writer for The Financial Times, touts it, saying, “Once an off-the-radar redoubt of outdoor adventurers and shaman seekers, Bolivia is coming into its own. It may not yet be a front-ranked global destination, but I can’t help feeling that moment may well be just around the corner.”
Did you know that Bolivia…
is the birthplace of Rachel Welch’s father
is where Che Guevara, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid met their waterloo
has thirty-six indigenous cultures
boasts the world’s highest navigable lake and largest salt flat
has mined one mountain continuously for 460 years
has a voting age of 18 for married citizens and 21 for singles
is the only place in the world (that we know of) with dancing traffic control zebras
Intrigued? Please join us for Bolivia: Splendor of the Andes and experience this special place before it is forever transformed by tourism.