Discover the vast and impressive landscapes of the Salar de Uyuni, and its various natural wonders, to have a truly unique experience.
Bolivia Salar Tour
Experience the Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia’s natural wonder and see Earth’s biggest salt flat. Marvel at gigantic cacti, weird rock formations, and amazing landscapes. Observe first hand the salt manufacturing and the salt mines. Take a lifetime journey in a 4×4 Jeep, riding through vast, amazing scenery and explore other magnificent attractions along the way.
Spend the night in a salt hostel and see geysers, volcanic rocks, lakes of high altitude, hot springs, flamingos and much more on this unforgettable journey, full of culture and adventure!
Explore the renowned Salar of Bolivia
Discover the great volcanoes of the region
See marvelous lagoons of different shades
Duration: 10:30 AM – 7:00 PM
Start Location and End Location: Office in Uyuni
Discover the Salar
On this first day of Bolivia Salar tour, visit the train cemetery in the morning; where ancient rusting trains lay to rest.
Afterwards, continue to Colchani and witness the processing of the salt before arriving at the salt flats themselves and see the “Ojos de Sal” where water bubbles up through the salt plains. You’ll see salt mounds ready for transportation, the original salt hotel (not used for guests anymore) and visit Isla Inca Huasi (Fish Island) to see giant cacti and have great views of the salt flats all around. Before moving to Pia Pia Island, you’ll have plenty of time to take amazing photos of the sunset before heading to the salt hotel in the village of Ajencha for dinner and overnight stay.
Lagoons and Volcanoes
First, prepare for the day after a hearty breakfast. Your first stop will be in the tiny Chiguana desert in the southern portion of Salt Flats. This desert is surrounded by volcanoes, among them is the famous Ollague Volcano (5840 m or 19,160 ft) which stands out in the landscape. Then,drive further south and visit some Andean lagoons where various species of flamingos flock.
Tour the Geysers
Today at about 5 am, you’ll have an early start to visit the geysers “Sol de Mañana” and see the bubbling mud pools.
Then, proceed to the hot springs where you can relax in the hot water pools and have breakfast as well.
After this pleasure interval, proceed to see “Laguna Verde” where the blue mineral waters of the lake at Volcan Licancabur’s foot radiate.
Then make your way to Quetena Chico village, with a pleasant lunch and some photo stops along the way.
It’s about 6 hours to get to our last hotel.
For this day, you’ll depart in the afternoon and tour areas like: Salo Valley, Poronga, San Miguel and Huaca Huañusca. You’ll arrive at Tupiza around 6 pm (kindly let us know if you need to be in Tupiza sooner in the day).
What’s Not Included
Entrance to Isla Incahusi (Bs. 30)
Entrance to Parque Eduardo (Bs.150)
What to Bring
Original passport and some copies.
Travel insurance (and some copies)
Backpack to carry your things.
Phone and Camera charger and adapter.
Rain gear (especially if traveling in the wet season, from October to March).
Flip-flops or light sandals.
Sunblock and sunglasses.
Water bottle or canteen.
Toilet paper, and face tissue paper.
Anti-inflammatory tablets (e.g. Ibuprofen).
Personal first-aid kit (should contain lip salve, Aspirin, Band Aids, anti-histamine, Imodium or similar tablets for mild cases of diarrhea, re-hydration powder, extra prescription drugs you may be taking).
Uyuni Salt Flat
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