Take a closer look at Bolivia with the facts that have remained unheard.
Land of Languages
Bolivia has had over 30 official languages. The most noticeable indigenous languages incorporate Quechua and Aymara, while Spanish is the most broadly communicated language in the nation.
Bolivia is among the two landlocked countries in South America. It has extended and includes a large section of South America's Pacific coast until defeat in the War of the Pacific (1879-83).
There's no trip to La Paz without the famous La Paz Witches Market. The witches here grant spells, whether for love, revenge, fertility, or money – there is something for everyone.
Let Cast Some Magic
A mainstream fascination in La Paz is that ladies dressed in vivid, conventional pieces of clothing and fight it out against men. It is a Bolivian Aymara convention and started as a type of ceremonial battle.
Bolivia has the world's biggest salt deposition that covers 10,582 square kilometers of the region. It consists of 50% to 70% of the world's lithium saves.
Too Much Salt
One of the world's biggest butterfly hub, which covers 24 hectares, is in Bolivia. It is open for a visit, all 365 days per year.
Harbor of Butterflies
40% of all creatures and vegetation on the planet can be found in Bolivia. An enormous scope of biological systems flourishes in Bolivia. Madidi National Park alone contains 90 types of bat, 50 types of snake, 300 fish, and 12,000 plants.
Lake Titicaca is the largest freshwater lake in the world.
Largest Fresh Water Lake
Bolivia is home to two of the most noteworthy urban areas on the planet. Potosí, known for its silver mines and affordable significance, sits at the height of 13,420 ft, while El Alto cases the prize for 'most noteworthy regulatory city on the planet' at the height of 13,615 ft.
Bolivia has a yearly rainfall of more than 5 meters, making it the wettest country on Earth.
Wet and Wild Weather
Zebras (individuals dressed as zebras) wander at the roads of La Paz helping kids go across the street securely. They teach drivers and pedestrians about street wellbeing.
Salar de Uyuni is known as the largest mirror on Earth. This breathtaking destination is the largest salt flat in the world and can be visited all year round. It's a place to create mesmerizing memories.