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Bollivia travel guide

Bolivia Travel

 
Bolivia is named after the local hero Simón Bolívar. Bordered by Brazil in the North and in the East, Paraguay and Argentina in the South, and by Chile and Peru in the West. In 1839, the city or town of Sucre was the seat of the National Government, until the administrative capital was moved to the newly city of La Paz in the late year 1898. The city of Sucre remains till our period of time, the important constitutional capital and even the seat of the High or Supreme Court in Bolivia.
 

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Apart Hotel Los Delfines
Hotel Berlina
Camino Real Aparthotel & Spa
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Apart Hotel Los Delfines
Hotel Berlina
Camino Real Aparthotel & Spa
Elegance Hotel
Hotel Milton
Pan American Hotel
Ritz Apart Hotel
Suites Camino Real
Hotel Milton
Pan American Hotel
Ritz Apart Hotel
Suites Camino Real
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Bolivia has two seasons, which are wet and dry, but in a Latin country as diverse as Bolivia  the general local weather varies greatly. The very dry season is between the long months of May and also October. A very cold and very dry wind named the Surazo, blows from the Patagonia in the Argentine Pampa.

There are many hotels in Bolivia and some of the La Paz hotels we feature. If you book a Bolivia hotel with eGuide the big advantage is that you do not pay now and pay the hotel direct and of course the best rates are guaranteed.

An enormous diversity of the ecological areas is represented within Bolivia's own territory: the western highlands from the great Andes Mountains, the eastern lowlands with large sections of the Amazonian rainforests and even the Chaco, the highest peak - Nevado Sajama from the department of Oruro and the beautiful Lake Titicaca.

The ecotourism has the potential to be a large tourism sector because Bolivia has more than 22 distinct and different National Parks (the most National Parks in the whole South American Continent). The government has done very few things to promote, protect or even develop the ecotourism sector, but the local communities have turned the face to the tourism, to sustain their community and protect their very important natural resources.

Bolivia is one of the poorest and even least and developed countries in the whole South America with more than two - thirds of its own people living in general poverty.

 

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Bolivia has a very rich folklore: the original folk music represents the people of Bolivia, and it is very distinctive, and even sometimes, varied. A great folkloric event of the South America is the "Carnaval de Oruro", other lesser known is that from the Tarabuco. The entertainment includes here football, and table football, which are played on the street - corners by both children and adults, also. 

 

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