Tours to Salar de Uyuni, by NatourSalar de Uyuni

Uyuni Salt Flats Tour and Red Lagoon 3d/2n with BEH Tayka´s PDF Print E-mail

Arbol de Piedra
Arbol de Piedra
(BEH)   Better Equipped Hotels: TST/TOP  (Tayka Hotels: TST = Tayka Salt Tahua, TOP = Tayka Eye Perdiz - Desert Hotel)

Since a few years ago, the Salar de Uyuni has become one of the main destinations for tourism in Bolivia. With reason: few places offer such exceptional landscapes.

Attractions and places to visit:

Day 1.- Uyuni - Train Cemetery - Colchani - Salar de Uyuni - Fish Island “Incahuasi” - Uyuni Salt Flats - Coquesa, Thunupa Volcano - Tahua

Day 2.- Tahua - Salar de Uyuni - San Juan, archaeological museum, Necropolis - Ollagüe active Volcano - Laguna Hedionda - Ojo de Perdiz

Day 3.- Desierto de Siloli - Arbol de Piedra (Tree of Stone) -  Red Lagoon - Sol de Mañana (the geysers) - Laguna Verde - Dalí Valley - Villamar, Valley of Rocks - San Cristobal - Uyuni

(Includes visits to all places of interest intermediates)  

For the passengers who continue Chile under an additional cost, transport deprived of Green Lagoon, Uyuni, Bolivia to San Pedro of Atacama, Chile  

Day 1:

Start the journey visiting the Train Cemetery and continue toward Colchani where you will visit the salt processing and distribution centers. Jouney through the salt flats and reach the Fish Island “Inkawuasi” where you will find the tallest cactus in the world, walk up to the top of the island and enjoy the views of the Uyuni Salt Flats. Continue the trip toward Coquesa town which is located at the base of the Thunupa Volcano, make a short hike visiting the mommies’ tomb, at least 900 years old (Light Lunch, Dinner) Accommodation in the Tawa Salt Hotel. Lodge with private bathroom.

Day 2:

Journey across the salt flats toward San Juan village, where you will visit he archaeological museum and the “Necropolis”, geological formations which were used as burials. Continue the tip visiting the Ollagüe active Volcano an its scenic viewpoint. Visit the “Laguna Hedionda” and many others. Lots of beautiful pink flamingos live in those lagoons. (Breakfast, Light Lunch, Dinner) Accommodation at the Desert Hotel “Ojo de Perdiz”, room with private bathroom.

Day 3:

Journey through the Siloli desert, visit the “Arbol de Piedra” (Tree of Stone), the Red Lagoon, the “Sol de Mañana”, the geysers. Take a relaxing bath at Polkes hot springs, admire the “Dalí Valley” and the “Green Lagoon”. On the way back to Uyuni, visit the Saint Cristobal church. (Breakfast, Box Lunch) Includes: Private 4 wheel drive transportation: (4 passengers + 1 driver + 1 guide), admission fees, bilingual guide (English – Spanish) meals and accommodation according to the program.

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