1 Oruro Carnaval
One of South America’s most colourful folkloric fiestas, the Oruro Carnaval features thousands of dancers in extravagant devil costumes.
2 Casa Real de la Moneda
The monumental former royal mint in Potosí houses Bolivia’s best museum and numerous stunning examples of colonial religious art.
3 Churches of Potosí
The highest city in the world boasts exceptional Spanish colonial-era architecture and some of the most outstanding churches in the Americas.
4 Cerro Rico
A journey into the labyrinthine Cerro Rico mines offers the chance to witness working conditions of incredible harshness, as well as the bizarre customs and beliefs that help the miners survive them.
5 Salar de Uyuni
Perhaps Bolivia’s most extraordinary landscape, featuring the world’s biggest salt lake – a vast expanse of dazzling white surrounded by mountains.
6 Reserva de Fauna Andina Eduardo Avaroa
This remote and spectacular region of icebound volcanic peaks and mineral-stained lakes is home to a surprising array of wildlife, including flamingos and vicuñas.
Enjoy wine from the world’s highest vineyards in the self-styled Andalucia of Bolivia, a charming colonial city in a warm Andean valley.