The country occupies an area of 1,098,581 km² (424,164 sq mi) it is about twice the size of Spain.
Bolivia has a population of 11.4 million people (est. 2016), it is one of several states with two capitals: La Paz (officially: Nuestra Señora de La Paz) is the seat of national executive, legislative, and electoral bodies, and Sucre the legal capital and the seat of the judiciary.
Rough around the edges, superlative in its natural beauty, rugged, vexing, complex and slightly nerve-racking, Bolivia is one of South America’s most diverse and perplexing nations., Spoken languages are Spanish (official), Aymara, Quechua, Guaraní and 34 other native languages.
Bolivia is not for the faint of heart: rattling down the World’s Most Dangerous Road into sultry Yungas; soaring breathless above verdant La Paz valleys in a paraglider; pulling a catfish that outweighs you out of an Amazon river (and maybe cooking it for dinner!). Whether your tools are crampons and ice-axe for scaling 6000m Andean peaks or a helmet and bravado for jumping into the abyss on a glider, Bolivia’s rocks, rivers, and ravines will challenge – nay, provoke – you into pushing your own personal limits.
A country of extremes , landlocked Bolivia is the highest and most isolated country in South America.
It has the largest proportion of indigenous people, who make up around two-thirds of the population.Bolivia is bordered to the north and east by Brazil, to the southeast by Paraguay, to the south by Argentina, to the southwest and west by Chile, and to the northwest by Peru. Bolivia shares Lake Titicaca, the second largest lake in South America (after Lake Maracaibo), with Peru.
Salar de Uyuni
BIggest in the world
La Paz Highest Capital of the world
With an Altitude of 3,640m
Sucre 2nd Capital
Boliva has 2 Capitals, both highest than any other in the world