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  • Bolivia Overview

    The heart of South America and one of the best kept secrets of South America, Bolivia is certainly a destination worth visiting. Named after Simon Bolivar, who led the country to independence in 1825, Bolivia has a lot to offer to visitors. From the mystical Andes to the natural reserves…
  • Santa Cruz Overview

    Regarded as the economic centre of Bolivia, the city of Santa Cruz is located in the oriental part of Bolivia in the Amazon region. Santa Cruz is the largest city in Bolivia; however it offers a small town feeling. A number of visitors come to the city expecting to see…
  • La Paz Overview

    The highest capital city of the world, the City of La Paz is the administrative capital of Bolivia. The first glance of La Paz is definitely one that will take your breath away. The city is built in a canyon eroded by a river and you can see buildings clinging…
  • Sucre Overview

    Considered as the most beautiful city of Bolivia, Sucre is the heart of this South American nation Sucre is where the independence of Bolivia was announced. Sucre also serves as the judicial capital of Bolivia. The city of Sucre presents a magnificent collection of whitewashed buildings with sheltering patios. The city…
  • Sorata Overview

    If you are looking for a destination where you can enjoy lots of hiking and mountain climbing, then Sorata is the place for you Considered as the most relaxed destination of Bolivia, Sorata offers a laid-back atmosphere against a beautiful natural setting. Located at the base of the Mount Illampu, Sorata…
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Bolivia Info


COMMERCIAL CAPITAL: Santa Cruz de la Sierra


Bolivia is landlocked country situated in South America. With a total area of 1,098,580 square kilometres, Bolivia shares borders with Brazil, Paraguay, Argentin, Chile and Peru.


A population of close to 10.9 Million. Muslims account for about 0.1% of the population.


The climate of Bolivia vareis from region. Summers are generally warm while winters are very cold in the west, and it snows around the mountain ranges.


Spanish, Quechua and Aymara are the three official languages. English is widely used as well.


GMT -4hrs throughout the year


Government: 8 AM to 4 PM
General: 9 AM to 5 PM


Independence Day: August 6th
May Day: May 1st
All Saints Day: November 1st
Christmas: December 25th
New Year's Day: January 1st


Bolivian Boliviano


Police/ Emergencies: 110
Medical: 118
Fire: 119

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