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Uyuni: Full-Day Salt Flats Tour

Product ID: 299530
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Embark on a day trip to the Salar de Uyuni, the largest salt flats in the world. Explore the train cemetery. Watch a sunset and gaze at brilliantly-clear stars.
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Duration: 1 day
Starting time 10:00 AM
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Live tour guide
Spanish, English

Pickup included

Pickup available from all hotels and hostels in Uyuni.
Wheelchair accessible

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  • Visit all of the Uyuni region's most famous sights, like the salt flats, Incahuasi Island, and the train cemetery
  • Take photos along the world's largest natural mirror when the salt flats become flooded with rainwater
  • Enjoy a picturesque local meal on the salt flats
Full description
After pickup from your accommodation in Uyuni, head straight to the largest salt desert in the world. Marvel at the seemingly endless expanse of lily-white salt, spreading off in every perceivable direction. Traveling across the salt flats, you’ll head to the train cemetery, which houses decrepit, abandoned trains, and a train museum. 

Afterwards, you’ll enjoy a visit to the village of Colchani, where you can view local, artisanal products and souvenirs while learning about the means of extracting useable salt from the flats. Onwards, you’ll head to Incahuasi Island, which is surrounded on all sides by the salt flats, where you can enjoy a picturesque, 360-degree view. Leaving the island, you’ll enjoy a sumptuous local lunch in the middle of the Uyuni salt flats, accompanied by local drinks.

As the sun sets, marvel at the technicolor display over the mirror-like surface of water that accumulates upon the salt flats. As night falls, you’ll sip hot beverages and gaze upon the twinkling stars, with incomparable views of the milky way, shooting stars, and the constellations that form the basis for Andean Cosmovision.
  • Private tour with a professional guide
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Food and drinks
  • Snacks
  • Water
What’s Not Included
  • Entrance fees
  • Gratuites
  • Travel insurance

From US$ 309 per person