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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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