GALLERY: Bolivia

Bolivia is the great unknown, a country still very undeveloped and remote. Visitors who make the trek into the heart of it are rewarded with stunning, untouched landscapes, unique wildlife and stillness you can only find in the most desolate places.

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  1. We have never been to Bolivia. It is on the to-do… but in the meantime – thanks for this great collection of photos!

  2. I didn’t even know it was possible to want to go to Bolivia any more than I already did. I definitely need to get there in 2014!

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