Climb the spectacular Tunupa Volcano on an overnight Uyuni tour that includes the salt-processing plant, Train Cemetery, and a cave where mysterious mummies were discovered. You’ll cover key sites in the Salar de Uyuni, then leave the crowds behind as you hike to the 17,457-ft. (5,321-mt.) summit of Tunupa Volcano, where you’ll have spectacular views across the high-altitude landscape.
Sip wine as you watch sunset on the Salar de Uyuni—twice
Hostel accommodations in Coquesa let you sleep near the Salar
Included meals feature vegetarian options
Convenient pickup and drop-off at Uyuni hotels
Meals as per itinerary (B=breakfast, L=lunch, D=dinner
Hotel pickup and drop-off
Souvenir photos (available to purchase)
Departure & Return
Traveler pickup is offered We pick up all travellers from the all Uyuni hotels.
Uyuni Joya Andina Airport, Uyuni Bolivia
What To Expect
Uyuni - Volcan Tunupa
Day 1: We start at approximately 10:00 a.m. hours and visit the train cemetery before heading to the Great Salt Lake, meet on the way the people of Colchani, where we will see an artisan salt processing plant; visit and then to salar, to know waterholes, besides observing the form of extraction of salt, then Incahuasi Island (known as Fish Island) where you can observe the famous giant Cactus, to continue the journey towards the town of Coqueza located at the foot of Volcan TUNUPA the banks of the Salar, Salt basic accommodation in hostels or available to later return to the banks of the salar, where we can appreciate the breathtaking sunset on the salar. After dinner evening walk near the hotel. Where the sky at this latitude is considered one of the clearest in the world.
Day 2: Watching the sunrise from near the Hotel, (optional breakfast in salar or return to Hotel for breakfast) .To continue our trip we visited Chantani (a museum of Cantaros) then visited Coquesa to climb the volcano Tunupa to the viewing and visit the cave of the mummies, we return slowly walking on the descent to then return to Uyuni and watch the dazzling sunset on the shores of the salar, accompanied by a special toast in the majestic sALT LAKE WORLD'S LARGEST. Before returning to Uyuni