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A Sehuencas water frog named Romeo at the Cochabamba Natural History Museum in Bolivia has been a bachelor for 10 long years. It seems this poor, little... Read More

The A-List is Travel + Leisure's annual selection of the world's best travel agents and destination specialists, as chosen by the editors. Rely on these... Read More

This story originally appeared on have fresh evidence of just how healthy a non-Western lifestyle can be. In a new report,... Read More

Once beleaguered by frequent strikes, roadblocks, and a paucity of amenities, the backpacker haven of La Paz, Bolivia, has emerged as a true culture... Read More

Dr. Seuss is famous for creating fantastical, colorful worlds populated by wild characters and quirky landscapes. So in honor of his birthday—the author... Read More

The Uyuni Salt Flat in Bolivia is one of most intimidating landscapes on Earth—I arrived informed of the statistics. Spanning more than 4,000... Read More

Travelers seeking a destination that is rich in culture, and truly breathtaking (not least because it’s the world’s highest commercial and political hub... Read More

It’s easy to see how this one-lane strip of North Yungas got its notorious nickname, Dead Road. GLP Films captures what it feels like to stand at the... Read More

Salar de Uyuni, a bucket list salt flat, is the largest in the world, stretching an incredible 4,086 square-miles toward the southwest edge of Bolivia.... Read More

It is just before noon, in the neighborhood of San Miguel in the southern Zona Sur area of La Paz, Bolivia, and down a narow alley, amongst a short... Read More

If your travel plans need a little flavor, just add salt.Bolivia’s Hotel Palacio Del Sal—the Salt Palace—lives up to its name. The 30-room hotel is... Read More, Walking, and BikingAlpine AscentsAdrenaline-inducing mountaineering trips that... Read More

See our slideshow of the World’s Scariest Roads.Wheels spinning, tire tread searching for grip, Lee Klancher steered his motorcycle between two ruts... Read More

GEORGE WASHINGTON NEVER SLEPT HERE. Nor, most likely, did your next-door neighbor, your boss, or your high school gym teacher. No, in our quest for the... Read More

The haciendas of South America are a varied lot. In Chile, travelers can sip a local Cabernet while staying at a 19th-century winery; farther north,... Read More

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