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Seven 'original' salt flats photos 

If you’re traveling South America it’s a right of passage to venture on a three-day Jeep tour of the salt flats in Bolivia.

This incredible journey not only takes you to the largest salt flat in the world, but you’ll also get to see a train cemetery, stone tree, incredible hot springs, cacti, colourful lagoons, geysers, the Salvador Dali desert and hundreds of flamingos. 141 more words


Salar De Uyuni - Bolivia

We arrived into Uyuni from La Paz in the morning and as soon as we got off the bus, we were greeted by number of sales ladies trying to sell us packages. 418 more words


Days 54, 55, 56 - Salar de Uyuni

Crazy fact of the day: Britain’s size is approximately 244,000km squared, whilst South America’s is over 80 times bigger at 17,840,000km squared. Incredible ay?

Despite its daunting size, there is one common denominator which unites most travellers’ agendas, and that’s a stop at the Salt Flats near Uyuni in Bolivia. 412 more words

113° 53' W x 40° 45' N no.11

At the bottom of ancient Lake Bonneville, temperature nearing 100°.


Bonneville Salt Flats (snapshot)

Hot, scorching sun baked the flats the day we went. I anticipated this stop more than any others Fred and I planned on our road trip. 97 more words