From the heights of the Andes to the flatland Llanos Region, Bolivia is a subtle country with wonderful people and much culture to witness. Bolivia is an archaeologist's dream, as the home to many artifacts and lost cities that have only recently been given back to us by the Andes, the sands of the desert, and time. History hides in Bolivia, which is why you should include it on your must-see list.
Santa Cruz de la Sierra
Salar de Uyuni
Reserva Eduardo Avaroa
Currency: Bolivian Boliviano (BOB). BOB is currently 7 for 1 USD. Although you can use U.S. dollars in larger cities and stores throughout Bolivia, you will need BOB when you travel into the smaller towns and remote regions, which is common among travelers here. When you exchange money, ask for a mix of larger bills and smaller coins because many village stores in Bolivia will not accept large denominations.
Power Adapter: In Bolivia the power sockets are of type A and C. The standard voltage is 115 / 230 V and the standard frequency is 50 Hz.
Emergency Number: 999
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