South America’s hidden jewel was never hidden to Aracari…

We’ve been planning journeys to Bolivia since Aracari was founded because we’ve always believed it was well worth a visit. Just at Pia says in her article, Bolivian travel in not for the faint at heart but for those willing to “rough it” the rewards are countless and the memories will last a lifetime. Take a look at Pia Chatterjee’s take on travel in Bolivia in the San Francisco Chronicle.

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