Laguna Colorada

The jaw-dropping Laguna Colorada (Red Lagoon) has been placed alongside the Salar de Uyuni salt flats as ‘Bolivia’s most incredible natural wonder.’ It’s not hard to understand why when you see its beauty, peculiarity and spectacular setting. The water of the lake is only one meter deep and magnificently shifts between deep blue and dark […]

August 20, 2018 by salardeuyuni

Polques Hot Springs

Amongst the beautiful polygonal patterns of salt and sensational volcanoes of Salar de Uyuni lies the Polques Hot Springs where visitors can bathe in the thermal waters. After an exhausting day of exploring the salt flats, the pool offers a heaven-like opportunity to wind down at night or re-energize in the morning. The Polques Hot […]

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Valle de Rocas

The incredible rock formations don’t stop at the Arbol de Piedra. There are many other interesting and beautiful similar formations that you’ll encounter on your tour to Salar de Uyuni. The Valle de Rocas Bolivia, where the Arbol de Piedra is found, is a valley about 10 miles long located within the Eduardo Avaroa National […]

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Bolivia’s Iconic “Stone Tree”

Beside the salt flats of Salar de Uyuni, the world’s largest salt flat, you’ll find the stunning landscape of the Siloli Desert, a starkly contrasting scene to that of the vast white salt flats. Here, at the Eduardo Avaroa Andean Fauna National Reserve entrance you will find crazy rock formations that come in all sorts […]

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Just outside the Salar de Uyuni salt flats lies the quaint salt-processing village of Colchani. This tiny village of just over 600 people is home to Bolivia’s largest salt-processing cooperative. Years ago, the inhabitants of Colchani used to exploit salt to exchange with other indigenous communities. Every year packs of llamas would travel incredible distances […]

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