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Polques Hot Springs

Set amid the gorgeous scenery of the Bolivian Salt Flats, the Polques Hot Springs offer visitors a relaxing way to start the day or cap off a long day of sightseeing. These hot springs were formed from geologic activity related to the nearby Polques Volcano.

October 29, 2018 by boliviasalt

Arbol de Piedra

Bordering the Bolivian Salt Flats you’ll find the Siloli Desert, an area where the distinct rocky landscapes stand in stark contrast to the massive white planes of salt nearby. The desert is part of the Eduardo Avaroa Andean Fauna National Reserve. In this park you will find a series of striking rock formations of various […]

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Sol de Mañana

Sol de Mañana which literally translates to “Morning Sun”, is a geothermal area which spans across an area of 10 km squared close to the Bolivian Salt Flats. This fascinating landscape is filled with geysers, bubbling mud pots and the the distinct aroma of sulfur. This incredible spectacle sits at an altitude of 4,850m.

October 26, 2018 by boliviasalt

Train Graveyard

On the outskirts of Uyuni town, you will find the ‘Cementerio de trenes’ or antique train cemetery. This cemetery of trains marks the beginning of an extraordinarily unique tour. Inside the cemetery, you can explore a jungle of old rusting trains and capture some of the most fascinating photos available in South America.

October 25, 2018 by boliviasalt

Valle de Rocas

The Arbol de Piedra is certainly the most well-known rock in the area, but the so-called Valle de Rocas (“Rock Valley”) contains dozens of other interesting and strange formations. These rocks are said to resemble a number of natural and manmade objects, giving the site the feel of a psychedelic stone dreamscape. Aside from the […]

October 23, 2018 by boliviasalt

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