Bolivia Travel Gallery.
This is a Travel Gallery full of the natural wonders of Bolivia. From saltiest desert to its rainiest of forests and the madness in between.
The sprawl of La Paz city.
From the top ropes! These cholitas wrestle like the WWE pros!
Please no… Its the walls of Jericho!
Cholita Wrestling, great fun for the whole family!
The trains were once integral to exports became to expensive to maintain and were left to ruin.
Thomas the tank engine fans, please look away.
We had 30min to explore the ruins of once impressive locomotives.
Just 7m under the salt lies a body of water.
Go New Zealand!
NZ flag represented on the flats. Great to see.
Sometimes we all need a kick up the bum!
You blow me away everyday in a totally unique way.
Our tour then took us to the amazing lava formations under Volcan Ollague
Thousands of beautiful flamingos!
Flamingos are my new favourite bird!
The rock formations in the desert are created by Lava then eroded by wind and sand
The red lake
We were so lucky this little desert fox crossed our paths. One of the very few animals to live in this harsh desert.
With near no light pollution in the national reserve the stars were immense.
Early morning visit to geysers.
Our 12 seat flight into the Amazon. In pilots we trust.
Alligators keep their mouths open to release digestion gasses
It is never a good idea to feed the ‘Black Caiman’
The tortoises climb eachothers backs for a better look at whats happening.
‘Squirrel Monkey’ mother and baby
The Squirrel Monkey’s climbed right onto our boat.
Playful ‘Squirrel Monkeys’ get up close and personal.
The real ‘Yellow and Blue Macaw Parrot’, can you find him?
Brown and Yellow marsh bird
The ‘Hoatzin’ bird. Pheasant like bird which only flies short distances from branch to branch.
The ‘Black Eagle’
This eagle is a cousin to the black eagle. Often found scouring around the kitchen after lunch time.
Going on an anaconda hunt and we’re not scared.
While fishing for piranhas we accidentally snagged this grumpy old tortoise. He was shortly put back into his watery home.
Fish for dinner tonight. 3 Catfish and 1 red belly Piranha.
Bianca hooked up late. official catch count. 4 Catfish, 1 Piranha, 1 Tortoise.
Taking some time to soak it in. We are in the Amazon! WOW
Relax in the Hammocks safe from mosquitoes.
This swing needs some lovin!
On the way home. 3 days of wildlife abundance.
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