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Uncia's Fiesta de San Miguel among '4 of Latin America's Most Fascinating Festivals'

If you’re planning on choosing a holiday with a whole new sense of adventure, there seems to be a huge number of places still available to surprise - even shock and stun - the most jaded traveler. Yet while the temples of southeast Asia, vast canyons of North America, and unmistakable coastlines of Europe are all fantastic places to lose yourself for a week or two, one continent stands out from all the rest as a partygoer’s dream: Central and South America. We’ve all heard of the blowouts that…

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New South America Travel Blog and Updated Website

Hello all,   We at Kuoda Travel have recently updated our travel blog and our website. We invite you to browse both for information about and suggested itineraries for private travel in South America! Kuoda Blog Kuoda Website   A bit about us: Kuoda is the foremost provider of personalized travel throughout South America. The Amazon, the Galápagos, Machu Picchu… Kuoda takes you there. Moreover, we offer tailor-made travel experiences that will remain with you for a lifetime. Itineraries are…

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  • Wow here's a pretty exciting reel showing some of Bolivia's coolest highlights! https://youtu.be/NwC1KH79t5s
  • A couple of months ago, MSN ran a piece showcasing dozens of the world's landmark places currently most at risk, and one of them is Potosí, a historic silver-mining city in the south-central highlands. Find out why here: https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/the-world-s-landmarks-most-at-...
    The world's landmarks most at risk
    Last year, a coastal reserve home to the world’s rarest marine mammal became the latest site to be added to the UNESCO World Heritage in Danger List,…
  • Dear Tripatini community,

    I'm Alexander von Ungern, a Swiss IFMGA mountain guide living in Bolivia since 2011. My wife and I  run a local travel agency. We are specialized in trekking and mountaineering trips, but we are also active in the Salar de Uyuni region (biggest salt flat in the world), lake Titicaca, and amazon basin. 
    If you are looking forward to an adventurous trip to Bolivia, check us out at:
    Have fun !9011794056?profile=original
  • GLP Films launches partnership with National Geographic, producing 5 new short films showcasing unique travel and human-interest stories, including films about the Luna Salada Hotel de Sal and the world's most dangerous road. Trailer and all 5 films available now at www.glpfilms.com/natgeopartnership

  • Northeast of La Paz, the Yungas Road gets a shout-out today today on the Tripatini blog's post The World's 12 Craziest Drives!
  • We adored Bolivia! Here is the first of two posts from our travels there last week: http://inspiringtravellers.com/2011/05/31/road-tripping-southwest-b...
  • Our Blog is online!!! Please join us for our 91 Days in Bolivia!
  • Tripatini - Thank you for the post. We found a place now and will be blogging from Sucre starting May16th! We are making Sucre our home base but will be trying to see as much as possible outside of Sucre. Everything is coming together!
  • A member has posted in our Ask A Travel Pro forum about apartment rentals in Bolivia. If anyone has any advice or leads, please respond by clicking on this link.  Muchas gracias! 
  • Right now tourists are trapped in the Bolivian Andes because of strikes. If you were the tourism minister, how would you try to woo visitors back when this is over?
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