Admittedly, getting around Bolivia is tough. The Amazon Basin is expansive, schedules arenâ€™t always obeyed and roads are rough. With a little patience and a couple key vocab words, however, youâ€™ll be able to manage. From La Paz you can get anywhere, as all modes of transportation (aside from boats) leave from here. See any of the tour agencies on Sagarnara St.â€” if you want to set up organized travel, or just to inquire about more details. Large, tourist cities like Copacabana, Uyuni, Cochabamba, Sucre and Santa Cruz have fairly reliable transportation as well, itâ€™s the small towns and jungle villages you need to be prepared for. Try to stay organized and informed, figure out arrival and departure hours ahead of time, and just remember to be flexible.
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