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5 THINGS YOU NEED FOR TRAVEL TO BOLIVIA

By |April 21st, 2022|Adventure, Culture & Traditions|

YELLOW FEVER VACCINE Yellow fever is a zoonotic disease found in some tropical regions of South America and Africa. Its aetiological agent is the yellow fever virus, an arbovirus of the genus Flavivirus (family Flaviviridae). Transmission occurs through the bite of some species of mosquitoes: In the jungle areas of the Americas, by mosquitoes of [...]

THE 10 HIGHEST PEAKS OF BOLIVIA

By |March 21st, 2022|Adventure, Mountain|

Bolivia is an Andean country which means that the Andes mountain range crosses the country from north to south. In Bolivian territory the mountain range is divided into several ranges such as the Cordillera Real and the Cordillera Volcanica, others we can mention are the mountain ranges of Frailes, Apolobamba, 3 cruces. Within these mountain [...]

TOP 5 FUN FACTS ABOUT BOLIVIA

By |February 21st, 2022|Culture & Traditions, La Paz|

1.- LA PAZ IS NOT THE CAPITAL OF BOLIVIA Although La Paz is where the congress and the president are located, the constitutional capital is Sucre where the supreme court of justice is located, this is due to a civil war that Bolivia had between 1898 and 1899. 2.- 60% OF THE COUNTRY IS RAIN [...]

5 THINGS YOU MUST TAKE WITH YOU WHEN TREKKING IN BOLIVIA

By |January 21st, 2022|Adventure|

Trekking is an activity in which we walk over different types of terrain (with or without trails); in the Bolivian Andes we will sometimes walk over llama trails but sometimes over scree or morrein, the weather is also a factor with winter (May - September) being dry and stable in terms of weather. Having said [...]

HOW SUSTAINABLE ARE OUR EXPEDITIONS?

By |December 21st, 2021|Adventure, Nature|

ECO - SUSTAINABLE JOURNEYS After the pandemic many things will change forever, one of them regarding our habits, the idea of having an eco-sustainable travel is becoming an obligation not an option.   Thus Bolivian Routes approached this time like an opportunity to think in new ways to make our expeditions truly sustainable, especially when [...]

HOW WAS SALAR DE UYUNI FORMED?

By |November 21st, 2021|Adventure, Nature, Salar de Uyuni, Trekking|

One of the best experiences as a guide is to see the reaction of my clients when they see the Salar de Uyuni for the first time, their first reaction is priceless because they do not expect how immense and unique it is, as if it were another planet, the second moment is when they [...]

Which lake is the highest on the world?

By |October 21st, 2021|Culture & Traditions, La Paz, Nature, Titicaca Lake, Trekking|

  HIGHEST NAVIGABLE LAKE: LAKE TITICACA Bolivia and Peru One of the reasons why we are passionate about tourism is because the first time we sailed in its waters was simply magical, to see that amount of water and have in the background the masive Cordillera Real makes us feel small before such grandeur, but [...]

10 Uses of trekking poles

By |September 18th, 2021|Adventure, Mountain, Nature, Trekking, Trekking Peaks|

 Trekking Pole Chair There’s a couple of ways you can turn your trekking poles into a comfy seat. If you’re backpacking (every ounce counts) you can prop your pack against your poles to create a nice backrest. It’s a little comfier than leaning against a tree and the likelihood of being bit by ants is [...]

BENEFITS OF HIKING WITH TREKKING POLES

By |August 14th, 2021|Mountain, Nature, Trekking|

One of the first things I learnt in the mountains was the use of poles, I remember that I didn't use them or only used one until I had a 14 day trek in the Cordillera Real of the Andes, I was not alone I was with another guide who has a lot of experience [...]

WHAT IS ACUTE MOUNTAIN SICKNESS AMS? 

By |July 17th, 2021|La Paz, Mountain, Salar de Uyuni|

Acute mountain sickness or altitude sickness is a disease caused by physiological reactions of the human body resulting from exposure to low oxygen pressure. SO WHAT HAPPENS WITH THE OXYGEN IN ALTITUDE? The surrounding air in the atmosphere is composed of only 21% oxygen at sea level with an atmospheric pressure of 760 mmHg, while [...]