Maps of Bolivia. Detailed road, administrative, physical and topographical maps of Bolivia. All cities of Bolivia on the maps.
Maps of Bolivia:
- Map of Bolivia. Bolivia map.
- Detailed 3d map of Bolivia. Bolivia detailed 3d map.
- Detailed administrative map of Bolivia with cities. Bolivia detailed administrative map with cities.
- Detailed political and administrative map of Bolivia. Bolivia detailed political and administrative map.
- Large detailed administrative map of Bolivia. Bolivia large detailed administrative map.
- Large detailed Bolivia location map. Bolivia large detailed location map.
- Large detailed physical map of Bolivia. Bolivia large detailed physical map.
- Large detailed road map of Bolivia with cities. Bolivia large detailed road map with cities.
- Large detailed political and relief map of Bolivia. Bolivia large detailed political and relief map.
- Large detailed political map of Bolivia. Bolivia large detailed political map.
- Large detailed political map of Bolivia with cities. Bolivia large detailed political map with cities.
- Large detailed political map of Bolivia with roads. Bolivia large detailed political map with roads.
- Large detailed political and administrative map of Bolivia with airports. Bolivia large detailed political and administrative map with airports.
Bolivia – short description:
Bolivia can be divided into three main regions; the lowland tropics that stretch towards Brazil, where there is heavy rainfall throughout the year resulting in lush vegetation and exotic plants and fruits. The Altiplano a high plateau rising over 4000 above sea level where most of the Bolivian population resides, and the fertile valley, 1,800 meters above sea level that provides fertile land where most of the country’s produce is grown.
Trekking through Bolivia is an unforgettable experience, due to the breathtaking landscapes and diversified scenery it offers. Most treks start from the capital, La Paz or Sorata and can last three to six days according to the destination, Coroico being one of the most popular.
Jungle excursions are also a unique experience, one may explore either by motorized canoes or on jungle paths leading through luxuriant plant life with a chance to get a glimpse at the wildlife.
Another great excursion is up the Cordillera Real led by guides and mules or a tour of the Salar Uyuni the highest salt flats in the world.
The Lake Titicaca is probably one of the most renowned and extraordinary sites in Bolivia, as well as the highest navigable lake in the world. Scattered with islands, this enormous lake hosts dwellings made entirely from reeds that grow in the lake.
Bolivia offers a temperate climate that can vary considerably from day to night due to its elevated position. November to March is the rainy season and in the north east near the Andes the climate is semi tropical.