Measuring at 10,582 km, Salar de Uyuni is the biggest salt flat in the world. … At times the salt flat is covered in very clear water, making it the largest natural mirror in the world. Salar de Uyuni is also referred to as Salar de Tunupa or “salt flat enclosure” in Spanish.
The Uyuni Salt Flats Tour is the best option to discover the biggest attraction in Bolivia. During the first day, you will visit the train cemetery and the Salar de Uyuni, spending the night in a salt hostel. On the following days, you will access the Eduardo Abaroa National Reserve, visit the Altiplano lagoons, the Siloli desert, and the geyser field ‘Sol de la mañana’.
3-hour tour by cable cars 18 usd per person. We rest the morning. At around 2:00 p.m., a Mirador bus will pick us up from the hotel, which is the best option to get to know the city of La Paz. Enjoy a bus tour of the most important enclaves of the city, in a comfortable way. On this tour you will get to know this wonderful city, where we appreciate the cultural, historical, architectural, and natural wealth. Visiting the Plaza Murillo, the Cathedral, the Government Palace, the Church of San Francisco, the replica of the semi-underground temple of Tiwanaku, the viewpoint of Quilli Quilli the museum of 0ro after our visit to the urban center, we will visit the Valley of the Moon (entry cost 2 Usd) passing through the residential neighborhoods of the southern part of this city. Over the years, erosion has managed to form a set of amazing stone formations, which give the visitor the sensation of having discovered an unknown world. After the tour, the transfer will be waiting to take you to the hotel.
We reserve the right to alter or omit any part of an itinerary and reverse the order of places to be visited or change any space reservation without prior notice due to readjustment of National park policies, seasonal changes, safety reasons weather conditions or force majored which may dictate these changes.
These decisions are oriented in terms of passenger safety and in the interest of the island’s conservation.