Heading to the Salt Flats we will stop in Colchani town where local shops offer handicrafts and woolen clothes. Here we’ll learn about the salt production of Bolivia.
Entering the Salt Flats we’ll see a very unusual geological effect. Aquifers formed by underground rivers of the big Salar.
We head to Flags square, where we can find many flags from countries all over the world. Here we will see the Dakar Monument as well as the first hotel made out entirely of salt where we’ll enjoy our lunch.
Photo session time! We’ll spend time taking panoramic, perspective, and mirror reflection (if available) photos.
In the afternoon, we arrive at Incahuasi Island, the largest island in the salt flats. Here we can find fossils of corals, giant cactus and we can observe Tunupa Volcano.
Later we will observe the sunset in the pink blurred horizon of the salt flats and then return to Uyuni Town (we arrive at 19:00).
No heart problems or other serious medical conditions
Not recommended for travelers with lung deseases, such as asthma, due to the altitude
Most travelers can participate
This tour/activity will have a maximum of 6 travelers
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