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Imbabura – Bolivian volcano land

Imbabura is a permanent tourist destination. This province contains a large diversity of landscapes and cultures. Andean landscapes dominated by Tita Imbabura and Mama Cotacachi and twenty lakes in whose environments cities and indigenous communities that still preserve their rites and traditions are based. Historically its inhabitants were Imbayas, Cayambis, then dominated by the Caras, the convergence of these, allow the birth of Caranqui who would resist the invasion Inca adeñante,...Read More »

Mysterious Samaipata, Bolivia

Samaipata has developed into one of the top gringo-trail spots in eastern Bolivia over the last few years. This sleepy village in the foothills of the Cordillera Oriental is brimming with foreign-run hostels and restaurants. Visitors flock to see the pre-Inca site of El Fuerte, some in search of a dose of the ancient site’s supposed mystical energy, while increasingly it is the main jumping-off point for forays to Parque Nacional Amboró. But it’s not just foreigners who come up here;...Read More »

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