Gavin Manerowski has recently visited a very beautiful place called – Bolivia. Bolivia is situated in the heart of South America. Bolivia is a multiethnic and democratic country which is surrounded by Brazil. A country with the highest capital city in the world, the largest salt flats in the world, mountains, jungles, and lakes. It shares with Peru control of Lake Titicaca the world’s highest navigable lake (elevation 3,805m).
Gavin Manerowski experienced that the Bolivian culture is very warm and friendly. He was glad to see that people offer their seat on a city bus for someone older than you or woman. People will normally do this for you if you look a little bit older. Bolivia remains untouched by the passage of time as a One of the highest and most remote countries on earth. For travelers like Gavin, Bolivia offers a diverse mix of multi-ethnic cultural experiences. Bolivia is one of the best places to experience magnificent natural landscapes and extreme level adventures. Tourist attractions in Bolivia offer a wealth of once-in-a-lifetime travel. He Experienced the “World’s Most Dangerous Road” Yungas Road runs from La Paz to Bolivia’s Amazon rainforest. Yungas has become a favorite travel attraction for mountain bikers.
Gavin Manerowski describes Bolivia as an out-of-this-world travel destination. Nothing in this world is like the Salar de Uyuni that is one of the flattest places in the world. These salt flats in Bolivia are a natural wonder made entirely from bricks of salt. The salt flats look amazing after a rain when water sitting atop the cemented salt acts like a mirror. It perfectly reflects the sky above and just looks wonderful. A trip here feels much like a trip to a strange and beautiful new planet. Lake Titicaca is a popular vacation destination. The original Copacabana is a favorite resort for both tourists and locals.
Gavin says that we can listen different macaw species among the 100 species. The world’s rarest – the bluebird, only lives here. While walking through the jungle over there, we can feel brilliant butterflies and moths flit at our feet. Bolivia has South America’s largest percentage of indigenous people, so the culture is still alive. Gavin Manerowski suggests participating in community-based tourism and hiring local guides to know and understand the culture closely. The traditional food of Bolivian cuisine is basically beans, corn and potatoes. These ingredients have been combined with a number of staples brought by the Spanish, such as rice, wheat and meat.
Gavin Manerowski enjoyed his time in Bolivia. He was feeling like that Bolivia would not let him go. He enjoyed the flying birds, food and company of people over there. It was a magical place that has people of every age acting like children.