|DAY 1||Launceston to the Bay of Fires|
|DAY 2||Cycle Binalong Bay to Douglas Aspley National Park|
|DAY 3||Cycle to Freycinet National Park - Afternoon Kayak|
|DAY 4||Walking in Freycinet National Park|
|DAY 5||Swansea to Orford Cycle|
|DAY 6||Orford to Dunalley Cycle|
|DAY 7||Dunalley to the Tasman Peninsula|
|DAY 8||Cape Hauy and Port Arthur|
|DAY 9||Tasman Island Cruise and return to Hobart|
Surprisingly enough, when it comes to the most popular destinations for travelling, Bolivia is not a country on the list. Well, your loss. There are a few negative factors which keep on pushing the tourist away from the country, such as a lack of public transport and the necessity to get visa, which might set you back 150$ dollars. However, I dare say that the astounding scenery awaiting you will make amends for all inconveniences. The combination of high-rise mountains, jungles filled with wild life and the unfathomable variety of within a single country is what makes Bolivia so unique and irresistible to visit. Here are the top things not to miss out on.
Do you enjoy sweat breaking out on your forehead and your heart racing like mad as you find yourself half suspended in the air with the few thousand meters beneath your feet? I bet you are an avid climber looking for just another dose of thrill.
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