Bolivia have a lot tourist places. It's not expensive It's cheap and about of security it's not so good, you have to take care yourself in some places. I recommend you visit Bolivia at the carnival. :)
You can go to a lot of different places here, it is very rich in culture since we have totally different cultures in just one country. If you want to stay safe don't walk around with value objects that are showing like a camera hanging from your neck or something like that, and you might want to hire a guide because a lot of salesmen will try to take advantage of you just by the way look or because you don't speak spanish. But aside from that people here are really warm and nice. Don't get a bad impression of this country just for a couple of persons😄
Personally, Bolivia is a cheap country but the problem with it is that there are certain places that are not safe enough (as well as other Southamerican countries). It would be much better that you bring someone who knows Spanish in order to avoid certain misunderstandings. Hope you visit my country soon! By the way, if you like sceneries and beautiful sights you should visit the occident part of Bolivia (La Paz, Oruro, Potosi) if you want to taste traditional food as well I think the best place would be Cochabamba. And if you are tired of cold weather and just want to know some of amazonian things as well as other cities with beautiful plants and flowers (and typical snacks (called horneados) you should visit Santa Cruz, Beni, Pando.
it's very cheap but sometimes there are vendors that want to overprice to tourists so it's better to know in advance the price for commons services, well I just saw one time that situation but it's better to be awared.
If you are going to learn about the culture at the outsiders of the cities, its not necessary to have a perfect Spanish because there are programs for tourists that might help and in that case is beautiful learn about Bolivia But if you want to go to the city, at least in La Paz Bolivia, most of the people don’t know english so probably you wont get a lot of help to move around or buy stuff
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