Local name of the country : Bolivia
Languages : Spanish and indigenious languages (Aymara, Quechua, Pacawara)
For more information :
Hiking : El Choro Trek (3 days, 50km), Muela del Diablo Hike
Trekking : El Choro, Takesi, Tuni Condoriri
Bolivian Mountains : is specialized in high altitude, mountaineering, climbing and trekking expeditions in the Cordillera Real de los Andes – the mountain range surrounding La Paz, Bolivia. Trekking & Climbing.
Hiking Bolivia : Climbing, Trekking, Biking Tours & Salar de Uyuni.
Tierra de Los Andes : Adventure, Mountain & Group Travels
Kanoo Tours : Mountain Climbing & Trekking
Tierra Latina : is a tour operator specialiste of South America. They offer a true immersion in touch with the local population.
Places to stay :
Chalalan Ecolodge : their indigenous community is committed to a comprehensive development of Ecotourism in the Madidi National Park. They aim to be an example of sustainable use of natural resources (flora and fauna) in the Chalalán region by: offering highly competitive Ecotourism services that improve the living conditions of the people of San José de Uchupiamonas; and by generating direct and indirect benefits that will guarantee the sustainability of the region and the Quechua-Tacana culture for the wellbeing of future generations.
La Estancia Ecolodge Lake Titicaca : has 15 cottage homes built into restored agricultural terraces (tacanas) with stunning views of the Lake and the Royal Andes Range. The Ecolodge has enhanced Bolivia’s ecotourism and sustainable tourism industries through its eco-friendly design and array of green-friendly practices and programs that protect and preserve the vital natural resources of the Sun Island.
Cultural characteristics :
Some words to learn :
Holà / Buenas / Buenos dias – Hello / Good morning
Buenas tardes – Good evening
Lo siento – Excuse me
Me llama … – My name is …
Hablas Ingles ? – Do you speak English ?
Si – Yes
No – No
Gracias – Thank you
Buenas noches – Good night
Adios / Que te vaya a bien – Goodbye
Uno – One
Dos – Two
Tres – Three