1. From Uyuni: Full-Day Guided Trip to Salar de Uyuni
Departure from Uyuni City at 10:30 a.m. heading to the salt flats by 4x4 WD transport. During this tour visit: •Train cemetery These 19th-century locomotives remind old times. This beautiful spot is excellent for photographers. •Colchani The Rosario Cooperative, which is a salt iodization plant, is located on the edge of the salt flats. This is a good place to observe the methods of salt extraction and process. Also, see the Salt Artisanal Market (Llama clothes - salt handicrafts) and a small salt museum. •Uyuni salt flats With 3665 meters of altitude and an extension of 12,000 km2, The journey through the salt flats provides a dazzling and incomparable landscape. Also, visit the salt eyes, salt and take beautiful photos. •Museum - Salt Hotel This is an unusual construction, built entirely of salt blocks. •Dakar Monument + Flags of the World Island the Flags of the World (Where you can bring yours and put it there for free) and a Monument of Dakar racing for nice shots. •Incahuasi island Located in the center of the salt flats, is like an Oasis of an exclusive and isolated ecosystem, and inhabited by cactus from 1 to 4 meters high. Incahuasi Island is considered an excellent spot by photographers, as well as a place to rest, with the impressive landscape of the majestic Uyuni Salt Flats. Finally, enjoy the sunset with a glass of wine and return to the Uyuni city at approximately 07:15 p.m. IMPORTANT INFORMATION *During the rainy season (from January to April), it is not possible to access Incahuasi Island. **The itineraries provided above work only as guidelines so you may know what to expect, however, these are subject to change with little or no notice since they may change according to weather conditions; force majeure events such as roadblocks, strikes; acts of God and things beyond our control.