Tiwanaku Wall: Pre inca civilization established in the South of Peru, East of Bolivia and north of Chile. Since they didn’t leave anything written, their rise and fall are still a mistery to archeologists. Tiwanaku Wall: Pre inca civilization established in the South of Peru, East of Bolivia and north of Chile. Since they didn’t leave anything written, their rise and fall are still a mistery to archeologists.

Tiwanaku Wall: Pre inca civilization established in the South of Peru, East of Bolivia and north of Chile. Since they didn’t leave anything written, their rise and fall are still a mistery to archeologists.

La Paz: caos and inequality side by side La Paz: caos and inequality side by side

La Paz: caos and inequality side by side

La Paz: The highest capital in the world could actually have been higher if the Spanish would have stayed in Laja, a bit higher on altitude. But the Spanish were cold, so they moved it to the Chuquiago Marka Valley. La Paz: The highest capital in the world could actually have been higher if the Spanish would have stayed in Laja, a bit higher on altitude. But the Spanish were cold, so they moved it to the Chuquiago Marka Valley.

La Paz: The highest capital in the world could actually have been higher if the Spanish would have stayed in Laja, a bit higher on altitude. But the Spanish were cold, so they moved it to the Chuquiago Marka Valley.

The death road: Bapthised by the IDB as world’s most dangerous road. One lane of only 3m wide and with incredible drop offs (starts at 4.650m and finishes at 1.200 m altitude in only 61 km) it is said to kill over 300 people a year.
The death road: Bapthised by the IDB as world’s most dangerous road. One lane of only 3m wide and with incredible drop offs (starts at 4.650m and finishes at 1.200 m altitude in only 61 km) it is said to kill over 300 people a year.

The death road: Bapthised by the IDB as world’s most dangerous road. One lane of only 3m wide and with incredible drop offs (starts at 4.650m and finishes at 1.200 m altitude in only 61 km) it is said to kill over 300 people a year.


Miners chewing coca leaves: Chewing around 40 to 80 coca leaves at the time, miners get the energy they need to stay underground for about 12 hours a day without eating, looking for silver or copper. Miners chewing coca leaves: Chewing around 40 to 80 coca leaves at the time, miners get the energy they need to stay underground for about 12 hours a day without eating, looking for silver or copper.

Miners chewing coca leaves: Chewing around 40 to 80 coca leaves at the time, miners get the energy they need to stay underground for about 12 hours a day without eating, looking for silver or copper.

Cerro Rico: There is no square, street or alley in Potosi where you can hide from its greedy eyes. Cerro Rico: There is no square, street or alley in Potosi where you can hide from its greedy eyes.

Cerro RicoThere is no square, street or alley in Potosi where you can hide from its greedy eyes.

Ghost Town: Whit the disappearance of the train, Julauca, traditionally a stop over for business men and farmers of the area, gradually started disappearing. Until it was empty.
Ghost Town: Whit the disappearance of the train, Julauca, traditionally a stop over for business men and farmers of the area, gradually started disappearing. Until it was empty.

Ghost Town: Whit the disappearance of the train, Julauca, traditionally a stop over for business men and farmers of the area, gradually started disappearing. Until it was empty.


Laguna Ramaditas: The clearest water reflects the volcano and the sky Laguna Ramaditas: The clearest water reflects the volcano and the sky

Laguna Ramaditas: The clearest water reflects the volcano and the sky

Uyuni Salt Lake: Road to heaven Uyuni Salt Lake: Road to heaven

Uyuni Salt Lake: Road to heaven

Salar de Uyuni: No image manipulation. During the rainy season the salar (12.000 square meter of salt) gets covered by a thin layer of water. It is enough to reflect the sky, and feel as if you were flying. Salar de Uyuni: No image manipulation. During the rainy season the salar (12.000 square meter of salt) gets covered by a thin layer of water. It is enough to reflect the sky, and feel as if you were flying.

Salar de Uyuni: No image manipulation. During the rainy season the salar (12.000 square meter of salt) gets covered by a thin layer of water. It is enough to reflect the sky, and feel as if you were flying.

Colorful Lllama: Families “customize” their llamas, that run freely on the mountain, to regnize them easily. Colorful Lllama: Families “customize” their llamas, that run freely on the mountain, to regnize them easily.

Colorful Lllama: Families “customize” their llamas, that run freely on the mountain, to regnize them easily.

Laguna Hedionda: smelly and stinky lagoon, Bolivia Laguna Hedionda: smelly and stinky lagoon, Bolivia

Laguna Hedionda: smelly and stinky lagoon, Bolivia

Laguna Colorada (Red Lagoon): Flamingoes chilling at more than 4.000 m altitude, reddish and salted waters; this unrealistic landscape could be the dream of a kindergarden drawing class.
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Reserva Eduardo Avaroa, Bolivia Laguna Colorada (Red Lagoon): Flamingoes chilling at more than 4.000 m altitude, reddish and salted waters; this unrealistic landscape could be the dream of a kindergarden drawing class.
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Reserva Eduardo Avaroa, Bolivia

Laguna Colorada (Red Lagoon): Flamingoes chilling at more than 4.000 m altitude, reddish and salted waters; this unrealistic landscape could be the dream of a kindergarden drawing class.

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Reserva Eduardo Avaroa, Bolivia

Geysers Sol de Manana: Again geyshers, this time in Bolivia. It is not hard to understand as they are alligned with El Tatio, Chile. Altitude: 4.870m, heat:200º C Geysers Sol de Manana: Again geyshers, this time in Bolivia. It is not hard to understand as they are alligned with El Tatio, Chile. Altitude: 4.870m, heat:200º C

Geysers Sol de Manana: Again geyshers, this time in Bolivia. It is not hard to understand as they are alligned with El Tatio, Chile. Altitude: 4.870m, heat:200º C

On the road: Dust, heavy rains and the feeling of being a small spot on the inmense nature. 
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Reserva Eduardo Avaroa, Boliva On the road: Dust, heavy rains and the feeling of being a small spot on the inmense nature. 
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Reserva Eduardo Avaroa, Boliva

On the road: Dust, heavy rains and the feeling of being a small spot on the inmense nature. 

Reserva Eduardo Avaroa, Boliva