Time to discover the making process of the Bolivian national drink: singani! We visited Casa Real in order to know more.
Today we explored the Sama Reserve, which is 2 hours away from Tarija by car. We discovered beautiful landscapes and animals so I’m pretty sure we’ll come back soon! Continue reading “Exploring the Sama mountain range”
Tarija is famous for being the wine region of Bolivia. There are several wineries located here and we started by visiting Bodegas Aranjuez. Continue reading “Visiting ‘Bodegas Aranjuez’”
Tarija celebrates the festivity of San Roque every 16th of August. This day marks the beginning of a full month of religious activities which runs until mid-September.
This is what the streets of Tarija look like today during the ‘paro cívico nacional’. Continue reading “On strike”
After a 3h30 uphill bus ride through a dry and rocky landscape, we got from Sucre to Potosí. The city is the highest in the world (at 4,100 metres) and is famous for its silver deposit on Cerro Rico. Continue reading “Exploring Sucre & Potosí (part II)”
On August 6th, Bolivia celebrates the independence of the country. Taking advantage of the long weekend, we visited Sucre and Potosí. Follow us along the way!
We just spent a few days in Cochabamba, which is nicknamed the culinary capital of Bolivia as well as the city of eternal spring. It is also one of the main cities of the country together with La Paz and Santa Cruz de la Sierra. Keep on reading to learn more about this lively place! Continue reading “Cochabamba”