Close by, Lake Titicaca is the highest navigable lake in the world, and is believed to be the birthplace of the Incas. A boat ride to the island on the lake will reveal the ruins left by these ancient people.
Madidi National Park is one of the most bio diverse on earth, spanning eleven thousand kilometres; it is home to animals such as the jaguar and to more than one thousand bird species. In the tropical rain forests of this park, visitors may stumble across the indigenous people that still live here.
Also in Bolivia, the world’s largest salt flat was once an inland sea, now dried up it is a white desert unlike any other on earth, home to flamingos, llamas and other unique animals.