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Pressnews.biz (Press Release) Apr 18, 2015
-- Sun, tropical forests, unique plants and animals, blue waters, historical and cultural monuments, hospitable people, great food, this is how Bolivia can be described in just a few words. All those interested in discovering this beautiful land should consider the exciting Bolivia tours provided by Banjo Tours. For a Bolivia Amazon tour, La Paz tour, or Lake Titicaca tour, a local tour operator is the best solution.
Bolivia is a country in South America bordered by Chile, Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Peru. Its capital city is Sucre and the largest city is Santa Cruz de la Sierra. The official language is Spanish, but there are some other native languages spoken in Bolivia, and the national currency is the Boliviano, which equals approximately US$0.15. Bolivia is a unitary presidential constitutional republic with about 10 million residents.
The country is most known for its tourism, folklore, and cuisine. Its regions are widely visited by Bolivians and foreign travelers alike. One can get to Bolivia by train, bus, car, or plane. The most popular transportation center is the El Alto International Airport located 13 km south-west of La Paz. Bolivia is rich in natural reserves and parks, boasting a wide variety of plants and animals.
To experience what Bolivia has offer, tourists should consider the Bolivia tours provided by Banjo Tours, a local tour operator that has started in 2012 as a one-person business and is now a reliable competitor to the more experienced tour operators. Prior to embarking on such an adventure, tourists should learn something about Bolivia, like its climate, culture, history, and the possible things to do while there.
But the first thing that any traveler should consider before going on a trip is to make sure they have all their papers in order. If they are foreigners, they need to check their passports and their availability. If they are Bolivians, they have to see if their IDs are still valid. Everywhere you go, you are requested to provide an identity card or a passport for verification purposes, that is why it is always a good thing to leave with valid documents.
The next thing to consider is to pack your bags the right way. Bolivia is mostly a tropical country, yet travelers can also experience a temperate and even a semi-arid climate. Because weather is unpredictable, tourists need to take both light clothing, as well as winter apparel. Also, shoes should be destined for hiking, mountain biking, kayaking, climbing, running, and other outdoor activities, especially if they plan to go on a Bolivia Amazon tour.
Next, tourists have to exchange currency to make sure they have enough Bolivianos to pay for the products or services they purchase while in Bolivia. Credit cards are accepted, but tourists should always carry cash with them. Currency can be exchanged in their local countries, or directly in Bolivia, at an exchange office found in a hotel or supermarket.
How about having the time of your life? With Banjo Tours and the Bolivia tours http://www.banjotours.com that we offer to both locals and foreigners, experiencing fun and adventure to the maximum is just the beginning. To book a Bolivia Amazon tour ( http://www.banjotours.com/tours-by-place/amazon ) , La Paz tour, or Lake Titicaca tour, please visit our website.