Why Go Now: Bolivia

When the world’s hottest chef from Denmark and gallery owners from Miami hone in on the same place, you can be sure that there is something worth investigating. A friend recently described La Paz, the capital of Bolivia, as similar to Berlin or Brooklyn when they were just being discovered by creatives. But combine a fun, emerging city that has a restaurant and cooking school by Claus Meyer, co-founder of Noma, with proximity to some of the earth’s most dramatic landscapes and you know why Bolivia is high on my list of next great places to visit.

So we sent one of our team members to scout and plan an Indagare Insider Trip for this November, which I will be hosting. On the five-day trip we will dine at Gusto, meet artists and artisans in La Paz, visit the world’s largest salt flats and stay in a hotel entirely made of salt and see art installations in the surreal landscape of Laguna Colorado, known as the “Salvador Dalí Desert.” Read more about the up-and-coming destination in Five To Know: Bolivia.

Contact Indagare for assistance planning a trip to Bolivia or to reserve a space on our Bolivia Insider Trip. Our specialists can book you at the hotel that is right for you, plan great meals and activities and arrange behind-the-scenes tours.

– Melissa Biggs Bradley on July 17, 2017

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