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When is the best time to visit the Uyuni Salt Flats?

Find out which is the best time for you here!

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Perspective photos in the Uyuni Salt Flats: how to take them

The Uyuni Salt Flats are the largest in the world at over 10 000 square kilometers. In this strange place the white vastness blends with the horizon, giving us a chance to take spectacular perspective-defying photos.

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All you need to know about the Uyuni Salt Flats

The Uyuni Salt Flats (Salar de Uyuni) in Bolivia is one of the most spectacular destinations in South America. We prepared this article to allow you to enjoy this truly unique attraction in the best way possible!

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Advantages of booking your Uyuni Shared Tour with us

A short article about why you should consider booking your Uyuni Shared Tour with us.

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How to choose your tour in Uyuni?

This article will help you to choose your ideal tour for visiting the Uyuni region.

We offer you all the necessary information so that you may have a clear idea about the types of tours and itineraries on offer in the Uyuni region.

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Tips for taking a tour to the Uyuni Salt Flats (Salar de Uyuni) in Bolivia.

A three day tour starting in Uyuni, Bolivia gives you the chance to see many of the attractions in the surrounding area, including Salar de Uyuni, Laguna Verde, hot springs, and lots of the beautiful nature Bolivia has to offer in the southwest. Visiting the Uyuni Salt Flat requires a tour; as it is not accessible any other way . Some tips worth remembering:

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How to get to Uyuni and when to go

It is possible to get to Uyuni by plane, by train or by bus. However, the best and most comfortable option is to fly to Uyuni from La Paz or Santa Cruz.

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Uyuni Bus Terminal

Information on timetables and bus companies in Uyuni.

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The Great Salt Flat of Uyuni and its Surroundings

The Uyuni Salt Flat (Salar de Uyuni) in Bolivia is an immense white plain of 12.000 square kilometers of salt. It is the only place on Earth visible by the naked eye from the moon.

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