Bolivia is still one of the cheapest countries in the region. It has a small number of inhabitants compared to its neighboring countries, so that means you can still find pockets of ‘untouched paradises’. It has an immense bio-diversity and natural resources. The average age of its population is twenty years. It is a country with a lot of social diversity (no, it is not all indigenous) that in spite of its local traditions, folklore and customs has a modern western mindset and after some decades of political turbulence is already taking off in many productive areas. Its economic growth and stability have been consolidated.