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The Bolivian salt lake in Uyuni is the highest and largest in the world, offering breathtaking scenery.
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three nights accommodation, meals as indicated, sightseeing with a local english speaking guide and return transfers
Culture & Heritage
Bolivia's salt flats were part of a pre-historic salt lake. Where the sky and ground merge like heaven on earth, Salar de Uyuni is the world's largest salt flat.
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On arrival in Uyuni travel by road to San Juan. En-route stop at the Uyuni Salt Flat and Incahuasi Island, famous for its gigantic cacti.
Travel Huayllajara enroute visit Siloli Desert to see a rocky formation known as Stone Tree. Stop at the Red Lagoon, populated by three species of flamencos. (B)(L)
Visit the Green Lagoon, an impressive aquatic mirror that resembles a giant emerald with a particular brightness in the mornings and afternoons. Close to this lagoon, is Licancahur Volcano. Visit the valley of rocks, famous for its gigantic rock formations and continue to Uyuni. (B)(L)
Transfer to the airport. (B)
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