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Bolivia in The best countries of South America

Exotic, colourful and mysterious, countries of South America await to be discovered! Which is the most attractive one? Check it out!
Total area: 1,098,581 km2 Population: 10,907,778(2010 estimate)Density: 8.9/km2 Currency :Boliviano (BOB)Official language(s): Spanish, Quechua, Aymara and 34 other native languagesCapital: Sucre (constitutional capitalGovernement: Unitary Presidential RepublicInternet TLD: .boCalling code: +591      Bolivia is one of two South American countries that h ...

Laguna Colorada in The Best Lagoons in the World
Laguna Colorada

Probably one of the most overwhelming attractions for tourists are the lagoons,  some exotic destinations, that have fascinated people everywhere. These  small pieces of paradise have been admired  on countless  occasions in various movies, representing the ideal, secluded place for relaxation,  swimming or sun bathing.  If you want to spend the best vacation and you don’t know what destination to choose then we definitely recommend you the best lagoons in the world. Enjoy the most unforgettable vacation in a really picturesque place,  where you will see the wonderful harmony between the Mother Nature and  the human being.  Let yourself enticed of the spectacular beauty and spend wonderful moments in a delightful atmosphere!!!!!

Laguna Colorada, also called  Red Lagoon is a shallow salt lake, representing one of the most adorable natural wonders in the world. It is located in the south west of the altiplano of Bolivia within Eduardo Avaroa Andean Fauna National Reserve, close to Chile. The marvelous lake is a great source of inspiration and contains borax islands, which  white color come in a beautiful contrast with the reddish color of its waters, which is basicaly caused by red sediments ...

Red Lagoon in Bolivia in The most unique lakes in the world
Red Lagoon in Bolivia

Most unique lakes in the world
   The Red Lagoon is located in southwestern Bolivia, at the border with Chile. Lagoon is red, the color evolves during the day, the water transparency as to tap the red, through orange and even purple.      Mystery: the presence of microscopic organisms, some sort of shrimp whose color is changing sunlight. Laguna is home to millions of pink flamingos ... ...

Road of Death in Bolivia in Places NOT to visit before you die
Road of Death in Bolivia

Places not to visit before you die
  Road of Death or Yungas Road is a road about 61 kilometers, connecting the capital of Bolivia, La Paz, and the town of Coroico, Yungas region, the Bolivian Amazon. Famous for the extreme conditions in which traffic occurs, the road was declared in 1995 as "the most dangerous road in the world", making between 200 and 300 victims. The highway includes a single lane (generally not exceeding width 3.5 meters), is paved, muddy on rainy days devening (often being located in a ...

Road of Death in Bolivia in Best destinations for thrill seekers
Road of Death in Bolivia

Thrill seekers, check this out! Our personal suggestions for an unforgettable adventure holiday, exploring and discovering the world's most interesting places!
  Road of Death or Yungas Road is a road about 61 kilometers, connecting the capital of Bolivia, La Paz, and the town of Coroico, Yungas region, the Bolivian Amazon. Famous for the extreme conditions in which traffic occurs, the road was declared in 1995 as "the most dangerous road in the world", making between 200 and 300 victims. The highway includes a single lane (generally not exceeding width 3.5 meters), is paved, muddy on rainy days devening (often being located in a ...

Sol de Manana Geyser, Bolivia in The Most Impressive Geysers on the Earth
Sol de Manana Geyser, Bolivia

Geyser ( Geysir , the name of one of the sources of " Golden Ring ", from the Islandic geysa - gush) is a source periodically ejecting fountains of hot water and steam. Geysers are one of the manifestations of later stages of volcanism , and common areas of modern volcanic activity provided by hydrogeological conditions. Being an intermittent hot water spring and vapor, volcanic, throwing water at regular intervals, to the sea lifting time form of a column, a geyser occurs if the activity of a volcano is at a late stage.


Large assets of geysers in the world are few , but they are of a rare beauty and fascination. They are a pride and remarkable natural phenomena for the states where they are situated . No matter what shape, cone-like or like fountains, geysers are rare as they need an almost perfect balance of heat and water conditions and the right rock and channeling.


Best spots of geysers in the world


There are few best spots of geysers in the world. There are only about a thousand geysers in the world situated on some major geothermal areas with geysers force on the Earth: Yellowstone Plateau in the U.S. A. (where it is concentrated about half of all existing geysers), Iceland, New Zeeland( 58 geysers), Kamchatka, Chile, Papua New Guinea ( 38 active geysers), Indonesia( Sumatra Island – 17 geysers), Eastern Africa ( 6 geysers), China ( 10 geysers), Japan ( 4 geysers), Ethiopia and Kenya( very few).


Europeans first learned about the Icelandic geysers in the thirteenth century. Yellowstone geysers were far from the civilized world until of the first decade of the nineteenth century. John Colter ‘s stories were perceived as nonsense for too long time. It took more than fifty years, unless specific expedition with the participation of artists and photographers convinced people of the existence of the world's largest geyser fields in the super-giant caldera of the dormant. In 1872, Yellowstone geysers were under the protection of the world's first national park. In 1850, a missionary from R. Taylor became aware of the geysers in New Zealand. It was only in 1941 that is only recently in historical terms, has been committed by one of the last great geographical discoveries on the planet. Thegeologist T. Ustinova and the conductor Alexander Krupenin, apparently, were the first humans to set foot on the shore of the river called Geyser.


What threatens the geysers? How long do they live? In some parts of the world geothermal geysers are simply former constructions. In the 19th century , New Zealand North Island had five major geyser fields, which erupted about 220 geysers, now it has only 58 geysers, some of them quite small. The reasons for the disappearance of New Zealand's geysers are different : natural disasters (volcanic eruption of Tarawera, changes on the groundwater levels), the drilling for the construction of thermal power plants, flooding during the construction of hydroelectric power. The most powerful geyser on the Earth , Waimangu existed in New Zealand from 1899 to 1904. With each eruption, it threw about 800 tons of water and trapped many jet stones raised by half a kilometer high. There are even cases of death, found themselves too close to the erupting from the giant. But Waimangu stopped working due to the lower water levels in the nearby lake.


Geysers are valuable destinations in the world. A fascinating circuit where you can live unforgettable moments is visiting spectacular attractions such as the mysterious geysers. They offer fascinating landscapes where majestic volcanoes and impressive lava formations are found together. If you are a geyser fan, we offer a selection of the most beautiful and largest geysers in the world.

Bolivia lies on a golden throne and it is very rich in natural resources : gold, tin and it serves as a great tourist attraction for many people.   Location   Sol de Manana is an area of a ...

The Old Yungas Road in The Most Dangerous Roads in the World
The Old Yungas Road

Being a driver it is not the easiest and a risk-free task in the world, not because the handling of a car would be too difficult or that it requires superior abilities. The safety of each driver and each passenger of a car depends, to a great extent, on the traffic partners and the road.

There are places in the world where to drive is a challenge. There are roads so dangerous that the slightest wrong move can kill you. Most of them are suspended at heights and are not bounded by sides, others are dug through the rocks or the ice.


Do you consider yourself an experienced driver? Well, you can say that only after you have tried yourself on the toughest, most amazing and most dangerous roads of the world. This journey can be the biggest fear of your life or just another adventure. Persons interested in increasing their level of adrenaline will enjoy the world's most risky roads.

Many consider it the most dangerous in the world and call it “the road of death”. It has the length of about 70 kilometers and connects La Paz and Coroico. More than 25 vehicles crash and 100-200 people die annually on this road. According to one source, the road was built in the 1930s by the Paraguayan prisoners. Others say that American Construction Company worked here in the 70s of the last century.   ...

Tiahuanaco in The most mysterious tourist destinations in the world

most mysterious tourist destinations in the world
  At an altitude of 4000 meters in the Bolivian Andes, the ruins of ancient settlements. Aymara natives legends say that Tiahuanaco was built in one night and some giant men, whites - Sons of the Sun - owned by an alien race that would be created and all the graphics from Nazca, Peru.     Tiahuanaco people settled on the Bolivian side of Lake Titicaca around 400 BC The main center has developed into a lively city, where many pyramids were built t ...

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