Having hosted a successful World Travel Awards Latin America Ceremony earlier in the year, Breaking Travel News chats with Marcelo Eduardo Arze García, vice minister of tourism for Bolivia, about the outcomes from the event.
Travelling with Crillon Tours, Breaking Travel News editor Chris O’Toole takes the trip of a lifetime to Lake Titicaca. Journeying from La Paz in Bolivia, the route takes him through Copacabana before stopping off on Sun Island in the centre of the lake. Find out more…
Dropping into Hotel Europa for the night ahead of a visit to Lake Titicaca, Breaking Travel News editor Chris O’Toole finds a welcome oasis amid the hubbub of La Paz, commercial capital of Bolivia
As La Paz hosts the glittering World Travel Awards Latin America Gala, Breaking Travel News sits down with Wilma Alanoca Mamani, minister of cultures and tourism, Bolivia. She tells us how important the event is for the destination, the role tourism plays in the economic development of the country and how her government is seeking further growth.
Bolivia is making final preparations as it steps up to host the World Travel Awards Latin America Ceremony on Saturday. The leading travel industry figureheads from across South and Central America are attending what will mark the inaugural ceremony in the fascinating country.
Juan Enrique Jurado Ruiz, Bolivian ambassador to Ecuador, speaks to Breaking Travel News as the country takes the title of South America’s Leading Green Destination at the World Travel Awards Latin America Ceremony.
Speaking to Breaking Travel News in Guayaquil, Ecuador, Samuel Doria Medina, operations manager at Los Tajibos Hotel & Convention Centre, celebrates as the property is recognised as Bolivia’s Leading Hotel by the World Travel Awards.
Bolivian ambassador to Vietnam, Heriberto Quispe Charca, tells Breaking Travel News how honoured the country is to be recognised as the World’s Leading Cultural Destination by the World Travel Awards.
Bolivian minister of tourism and culture, Marko Machicao, is in London this week as the destination seeks to reposition itself as the cultural, culinary and adventure destination of choice for British travellers to Latin America. In an exclusive interview with Breaking Travel News, Machicao reveals how Bolivia is investing over £400 million in tourism infrastructure, advertising and technology to grow the country into a regional powerhouse.