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Bolivian culture has been shaped and influenced by over 30 native ethnic groups and numerous cultures, and each has contributed its own beliefs and lifestyles to the potpourri of Bolivian customs and traditions. This is precisely what makes Bolivia one of the most colourful nations in South America. From the sprawling capital city of La Paz, which at 3650m above sea level is the highest capital city in the world, to the ‘world’s most dangerous road’, the Yungas Road, to the 6500 square kilometres of salt flats known as the Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia is certainly not for the fainthearted – but you will find the people kind, relaxed and welcoming, with a strong sense of family.