A collection of the finest lakes in South America, from the huge household names to the best hidden gems in the wilderness.
At 3,640 metres above sea level, La Paz is the highest capital city in the world, its skyline carved into the Bolivian Andes.
The lakeside town of Copacabana, 3,800m above sea level, is the perfect place to explore the Bolivian side of Lake Titicaca.
Bolivia, a land of vast salt flats, sprawling jungle and Andean cities, is a paradise for curious travellers and scenery seekers.
Bolivia’s Salar de Uyuni is the world’s largest salt flat. The remnant of an ancient salt lake, it’s a scene from another planet.
A maze of whitewashed buildings and red-tiled rooftops, Bolivia’s Sucre is one of the great colonial cities of South America.
We spent two weeks travelling through Bolivia and kept a record of our spending. This analysis explores our trip costs in detail.
The idea of mountain biking down ‘the world’s most dangerous road’ in Bolivia terrified me, but I did it anyway.
The once-downtrodden cholita women of Bolivia take centre stage in La Paz for a spectacle like nothing you’ve ever seen before.
From ceviche in Peru to Feijoada in Brazil and everything in between, these are some of South America’s most popular dishes.