Bolivia

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Bolivia — From the lofty Andes to sultry Amazon lowlands, landlocked Bolivia – often called “the Tibet of the Americas” – dazzles with striking landscapes, indigenous cultures, colonial cities, and sacred Inca sites.

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For indigenous villages, ancient Inca ruins, towering mountains, thick rainforests, and the world’s most dangerous road.

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Slideshow: 15 Stunning Lakefront Views Around the World

April 21, 2014 by Alex Schechter

As views go, lakes provide a backdrop that is at once soothing and full of mystery. Unlike oceans, these mighty bodies of water are contained. You can row across ... Read More »

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15 Lake Views Around the World

April 21, 2014

Lake Annecy, France: Each August, Fête du Lac (Lake Festival) attracts over 100,000 spectators to the city Annecy. Read More »

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10 Colorful Carnival Celebrations Around The World

March 10, 2014 by Tommy Burson

In cities around the world, Carnival revelers party from mid-February through Ash Wednesday. As this year's festivities wind down, here are ten excellent ... Read More »

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12 Carnivals Around the World in Photos

March 05, 2014

The most prized throw at Mardi Gras in New Orleans is the Zulu Coconut, known as the Golden Nugget. Read More »

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5 Off-The-Beaten-Path Tours Anyone Can Book

December 30, 2013 by Tommy Burson

When traveling, it's not always the typical tourist traps that offer the most memorable experiences. Eiffel Tower? Been there, done that. Trevi Fountain? Meh. ... Read More »

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“Consider booking seats at the back of the plane since you’ll usually board first and have first dibs on luggage space.”

Laura Motta Director, Deals Publishing

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