Bolivia’s Santa Cruz de la Sierra (aka Santa Cruz) is organized in concentric rings, with the historic center located smack dab in the middle.
The constitutional capital of Bolivia is Sucre, though the power of government has since shifted to La Paz, which most people think of as the capital.
Bolivia’s Cerro Rico is the scene of silver mine tours in Potosí, the world’s highest city. Here, it’s still possible to take a tour inside active mines.
A collection of stunning landscape photos from Bolivia, including mineral-rich lagoons, snow-capped volcanoes and the Salar de Uyuni (salt flat).
Dave spends his third day of the Salar de Uyuni trip discovering the world’s largest salt flat, taking funny photos, and playing in a train cemetery.
Dave’s second day of the Salar de Uyuni tour in Bolivia includes visits to the Siloli Desert, Stone Tree, three lakes, Volcán Ollagüe and a salt hotel.
The incredible high-altitude lagoons and landscapes on day one of a three day tour from San Pedro de Atacama through the Bolivian Altiplano to Uyuni.
Dave shares his tips about how to book a last minute trip from San Pedro de Atacama to the Bolivian salt flats, including cost and safety concerns.
In the first of a two part series, Dave shares the destinations he visited while traveling South America from January to August 2012.
Dave’s book review of Marching Powder, an account of daily life inside San Pedro prison in La Paz, Bolivia.