While Bolivia is not at the top of the list of South American travel destinations for many Canadians, it is attractive to many travellers because it is one of the most remote and untouched countries in the world. Bolivia is a multi-ethnic and multilingual country bordered by Brazil, Peru, Chile, Argentina and Paraguay. Known for its large population of indigenous people, beautiful natural landscapes and as a destination for extreme adventures, it’s definitely the path less travelled.
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Adventures and experiences in Bolivia
The allure of Bolivia is found in its once-in-a-lifetime travel experiences. There are many things to experience that you will only see in Bolivia. While the country offers luxury resorts in Copacabana, on the shore of Lake Titicaca, it is destinations like the salt flats of Uyuni that attract travellers to the country. Some of the most popular tourist stops include La Paz, Sorata for hiking, Madidi National Park, Oruro Carnival, Tiwanaku and the City of Sucre, also known as the city of four names.
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|Population (2012):||10,496,285||34,754,312 (2012)|
|Official language(s):||Spanish, Quechua, Aymara|
|Diesel (2012):||0.54||1.23 (2012)|
|Gasoline (2012):||0.70||1.23 (2013)|