Salar de Uyuni



Salar de Uyuni - traveler's paradise!




Salar de Uyuni, the worlds largest salt flats sits at the base of the Andes Mountains. The flats are a must to tour when in Bolivia as they boast amazing scenery and spectacular photo opportunities. During the dry season it is just dry salt flats, however, during the rainy season a small layer of water accumulates on top of the salt creating even more wonder. The flats are about 10 meters thick in the center and even in the rainy season are still drivable. Water running off from nearby mountains create small fluorescent lakes, taking their color from the minerals.

There are many tours that you can take to experience the flats, however you want to make sure that you research them first before committing to any of them. There are a variety of accommodations to choose from. You should make sure that they are legal as some are not.

Tiwanaku


Some Of The Features Of Tiwanaku Archeological Site And What To Enjoy There



Do you like traveling and enjoy the experience of discovering new things in different places all the world? Tiwanaku is a perfect match for you, tiwanaku is located in Bolivia a country in South America near the shores of Lake ticana. Tiwanaku is an ancient archeological site built almost four thousand Meters above sea level. It used as a religious place by the locals. Some of the things you can enjoy seeing is.

1. Akapana Pyramid

It is one of the most visible and outstanding structure is square in shape.

2. Monumental Temples

Tiwanaku also has several temples. One of the most famous tiwanaku temple is the kalasasaya temple which the local community still use as a ritual place.

3. Great event and festivals

There is Mara new year celebrated on June 1st every by the locals the tourist are always invited to join the party, locals wear special colorful clottings during the ceremony and the climax of the event is at sunrise when the sun shine through the main big entrance.

Sucre


Sucre - The heart of history, art and adventure of Bolivia



Sucre, the capital of Bolivia, is also the most beautiful city of the country. The genteel city holds within its heart a symbolic importance in the history of the country – its independence. Sucre’s pleasant cool climate all the year round makes it very welcoming for tourists and residents.

Numerous old and classic historical buildings of cultural and political significance are the most wonderful attractions for tourists from all of South America and beyond. The House of Liberty (Casa de la Libertad) built in 1621 is the most important building of the nation carrying excellent art and historical artifacts.

The National Library, the Casa de Turismo, the church of San Felipe Neri are among the most attractive tourist spots of historical significance. Sucre is a wonderful place for adventure and hiking too. The 7 cascades (7 waterfalls) gives a pleasant experience. The Vulcan crater of Marawa is also a major hiking spot just 40 km from the city. Sucre also provides excellent opportunities for off-road quad and motorbike tours.

Oruro Carnival

Oruro carnival is one of the largest cultural festival that is held in Bolivia as a sign of devotion to the virgin of the candle mass(virgin de la candelaria) or the Socavon virgin(virgin of the entrance to the mines). It is declared as mankind's master piece of intangible oral heritage.It has a great religious and cultural festival that uses music and dance to honor great individuals.

DAY 1. CARRYING OUT OF THE CEREMONY OF PERMISSION AND PROMISES-There is the folkloric entrance of dance groups in their rehearsal suits towards the socavon where the ceremony is carried out.

DAY 2. REHEARSALS AND AND PREPARATION OF DIFFERENT FOLKLORIC GROUPS-Different folkloric groups from all over Bolivia prepare themselves for presentation in honour of socavon virgin.

DAY 3. Carrying out of the national band contest where different musicians perform as one.

DAY 4. Last convite toawrds the santuary where all orulo dancers participate as they are being accompanied by folklores is carried out.

DAY 5. An indigenous entrance is made which follows the oruro carnival traditions.Traditional challa of the enterprise is also carried out and people stay overnnight on the streets.

DAY 6 Challa of the mines is made accompanied by folkloric entrance and choreographic demonstrations are also carried out in honor of the socavon virgin.

DAY 7. Sunrise celebration is carried out.FoLlowed by corso entrance of the carnival.

DAY 8. Masses of different carnival dance groups are carried out in the socavon sanctuary and the oruro carnival farewell takes place where the history of the key representatives of the dances are told as the festival comes to an end and that marks oruro carnival bolivia.

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