Bolivia is a land of extremes. It is home to 40% of the species of all animal and plant life on the planet. It is one of the wettest countries with an annual average rainfall of over 5 meters in some places. It contains the highest navigable lake in the world, Lake Titicaca at 3,810m, which is also South Americas largest fresh water lake and also one of the worlds deepest lakes at 280m. The Solar de Uyuni is the largest salt flat (10,582km) and the worlds largest deposit of salt. Don’t forget that there are over 30 spoken languages.
It is easy to see why Bolivia has been drawing adventurous travellers into its landlocked borders for decades.