Ghost Towns

Salar de Uyuni’s ghost towns of San Antonio de Lipez and San Cristobal de Lipez are drenched in history and intriguing stories. Learn a bit more about these fascinating ghost towns below. Ghost Towns: San Antonio de Lipez The once bubbling town of 150,000 inhabitants thrived for year through the mining of silver, but now […]

August 20, 2018 by salardeuyuni

Sol de Mañana

Sol de Mañana (Spanish for Morning Sun) is a geothermal area that extends over 10 km² near Salar de Uyuni, the world’s largest salt flat. This beautiful, otherworldly landscape is lined with geysers, bubbling mud pots and the distinct smell of sulfur. The incredible spectacle extends over 10km² and is at an altitude of 4850m. […]

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Laguna Hedionda

Laguna Hedionda is a salt lake situated near Salar de Uyuni, the world’s largest salt flat and one of South America’s most popular attractions. It is most famous for its migratory species of pink and white flamingos. This lake has a high saline content of 66-80% and an average depth of just under one foot. […]

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Laguna Blanca

Salar de Uyuni, the world’s largest salt flat and one of South America’s biggest attractions, is situated nearby a number of scenic and unique natural lakes and lagoons. Two of the most impressive of these lakes are known as Laguna Blanca and Laguna Verde. These twin bodies of water are both surrounded by the same […]

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Laguna Verde

Salar de Uyuni, the world’s largest salt flat, is situated nearby a number of beautiful natural lakes including the picturesque Laguna Verde (Green Lake) and its adjacent twin Laguna Blanca (White Lake). These mineral salt lakes can be found at the bottom of the volcano Licancabur near the Chilean border. By area, Laguna Verde and […]

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