Official state name: Plurinational State of Bolivia
Bolivia has approximately 10.450.000 inhabitants, of which about 8.700.000 (83,3% of the population) Spanish native speakers.
Besides Spanish, in Bolivia people also speak Quechua and Aymará.
Head of State and Government Chief is Evo Morales.
Bolivia covers an area of approximately 1.098.000 km² and borders on Chile, Paraguay, Peru and Argentina.
Currency of Bolivia: Boliviano (code: BOB, currency symbol: Bs.F)
Current time in Bolivia: 03:59:25 h
Time difference between Bolivia and UTC/GMT (Londres): -4 hours
Daylight saving time (DST): not observed
The international area code for calls from abroad for Bolivia is : +591.
Voltage in Bolivia: 110 V.
Websites of Bolivia end usually with .bo
Bolivia is a heap of enormous natural wealth.
The visitor can carry out infinite expeditions in the Amazon region or head toward the highland, where he will find unforgettable and secret native towns that still conserve zealously the traditions and rites of their ancestors.
The variety and, mainly, the quantity of flora and fauna in Bolivia, make of this earth a wonderful country.
The adventurers are easily seduced by the numerous and captivating natural images that are in all their corners.
Bolivia is a bastion of the wild life.
Between the La Paz and Beni departments, when the last mountain it finishes and beside the Amazonian Beni river, is Rurrenabaque.
With almost 5.000 inhabitants, it is the main population of the area and starting point for the expeditions searching adventures in the Amazon forests and pampas.
Intresting websites related to Bolivia
BOLIVIA - Web site of the Bolivian government
Eco Bolivia Foundation is a non government organization established in 1993. Our administrative offices are in La Paz, Bolivia, and our field stations are in and around Madidi National Park.
Introduction to the language, history, culture and religion of the Aymara-Indians (Bolivia) - Website in Spanish only
Luzmila Carpio - The voice of the Andes. Born in a small village perched in the Andes Mountains, Luzmila has gone on to become the Queen of Bolivian singing and has already recorded over fifteen albums four of which have been awarded gold discs.
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