Bolivia, an enclave in the center of South America, is still not receiving massive tourism because of its geographical location. This is an exclusive destination, but exclusive in the best sense of the word, because the barriers that make it so special have nothing to do with rates or prices, and not even with the cost of living. Rather, the significance of the place has to do with the sensitivity that is required to enjoy both the exceptional scenery and the simplicity of a lifestyle in tune with nature.
Independently of some highlights such as the Uyuni Salt Flats, Lake Titikaka and the Madidi National Park, the best part of Bolivia is the individual details of its different nooks and crannies that make up the whole country. A description compares Bolivia to a world mosaic, the truth is that it is difficult to travel to a nation with as much scenic diversity, scenery so tightly concentrated that it is easy to build a travel itinerary with lifetime experiences.