Women in Bolivia are notable for their appealing natural looks and their individual charm. Mostly they have dark, almond shaped eyes, darker skin, and smooth black or brown hair. Their stunning exotic looks are combined with modest and lovely personalities. Many women in urban Bolivia obtain education and they are now emerging as business people and community leaders. They tend toward self-employment and manage to harmonize their roles as wives, mothers and working women quite well.
Marriage is taken very seriously by Bolivian women. They are considered to be traditional, but friendly and open, hospitable and welcoming for the most part. Festivals, holidays, and carnivals are important celebrations that strengthen Bolivian family relations. Every man would be pleased to have such an adoring woman by his side.
Bolivia is a landlocked country located in central South America. It is bordered by Brazil, Paraguay, Argentina, Chile, and Peru. Bolivia covers an area of 1,098,581 km2 (424,164 sq. mi). Its capital is Sucre and the most populous city is Santa Cruz de la Sierra. The Bolivian multiethnic population is estimated at 10 million. The main language spoken in Bolivia is Spanish. Bolivia guarantees freedom of religion, although around 80% of population professes to be Catholics.