The Salar de Uyuni is the largest salt desert in the world. This vast plane of salt covers over 10 thousand square kilometers of surface and contains 10 billion tons of salt. Located in the southwest of Bolivia, over 3560 meters above sea level. Major features within this vast salt flats lies surprises such as:
There is no place like it in the world in the rainy season between December to March. A mirror effect from water to sky reveals an experience not tobe missed.
Transfer from Uyuni bus station or airport then breakfast.
10:00 am Departure to the Salar by 4x4, witnessing salt processing in Colchani along the way.
Lunch at the Salt Hotel Museum.
Walk through the eyes of the salt flat.
Visit Incahuasi Island.
Dinner and night at Hostel (rooms with heating, private bathroom, hot water).
Observe the Ollagüe Volcano.
Trip to the lagoons: Cañapa, Hedionda, Honda, Chiarkhota, Ramaditas.
Visit the Siloli Desert.
Lunch and short rest.
Stone Tree Stop.
Visit Laguna Colorada.
Dinner and overnight in Hotel lights out at 22:30 pm.
Arrival at the Geysers.
Breakfast in route.
Visit to the Polques hot springs, a relaxing moment to bathe.
Next Laguna Verde.
Passing through the Valley of the Rocks and Alota.
Short stop in San Cristóbal.
-+5pm arrival back to Uyuni.