As one of the least visited countries in South America, Bolivia is often underestimated and overlooked. The dry salt lands of the south merge into the mountain forests of the east and to the north into dense masses of jungle. Between them are vibrant markets, ancient ruins and barely there roads. See the incredible salt flats, the white town of sucre, or the madness of a city wedged in the mountains -La Paz. The only thing Bolivia doesn’t have is the sea -that belongs to chile- and money. In place of globalisation and mass oil exports, are dosens of cultures and protected national parks. Try maize soup, quinoa beer and a potent lump of cocoa leaves to chew on.