Articles tagged “bolivia”

Thus proven: stop-motion travel video, so much more fun than timelapse

Thus proven: stop-motion travel video, so much more fun than timelapse

Rafat Ali, Skift

We are genuinely tired of the generic timelapse travel videos, this stop-motion video is a lot more fun. More travelers and brands in travel should try this instead of overdosing on timelapses.

6 years ago

Noma co-founder could spark culinary tourism in Bolivia with local venture

Dan Collyns, The Guardian

Neighboring Peru has seen huge tourism success from celebrating its culinary specialties, and a similar much-need boom could come to Bolivia if the Noma co-founder succeeds in his mission of sparking a culinary movement.

6 years ago

Bolivia mining town takes on both Rio and New York City with giant statue of Virgin

Bolivia mining town takes on both Rio and New York City with giant statue of Virgin

Associated Press

The kitschy statue has put this small town on the map, but can the hype of the virgin and the accompanying carnival meet expectations?

6 years ago

Biking the world’s most dangerous road is actually quite nice

Despite being the continent’s most isolated and poorest country, Bolivia continues to pull active tourists with its bio-diversity and outdoor adventures like the Yungas Loop’s 3-day mountain/jungle bike trek.

6 years ago

The controversy behind South America’s ambitious infrastructure improvements

From dams to highways, there are highly debated pros and cons to these projects, which disrupt the indigenous peoples' way of life, but prepare the continent for future growth and development.

6 years ago