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Rough's native country

Bolivia is the poorest country in South America and is landlocked in the high Andes. The "world's most dangerous road," as well as the unending salt flats of the Bolivian desert, are two of the country's most famous tourist attractions. Bolivia is a step back in time, but it's worth it for the adventurous visitor. Geographically, it is truly extreme, stretching from the Amazon jungle to the Andes and the edge of the Incan empire at Lake Titicaca to the edge of the Atacama Desert, with no easy way around. This region is home to the most visible indigenous culture south of Guatemala, where coca leaves and bowler-wearing indigena are common sights. Our advice is that you proceed.

A Tourist in the Uyuni salt Flats in Bolivia

Bolivia's beautiful environment, iconic landmarks, and rich indigenous cultures take visitors to dizzying heights.

Bolivia is a vibrant, mysterious slice of South American magic; it is a place saturated in colour, steeped in history, and fully immersed in the present. Explore the ruins on the Island of the Sun in Lake Titicaca, the fabled home of the Inca civilisation, and relax in thermal spas surrounded by exploding geysers and desert. Visit the monasteries of Old Sucre then ride out to the Salar de Uyuni, a massive salt flat that looks like a snowfield but is actually home to flamingos.

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