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Here you will find the best Salar de Uyuni tours in 2023, obsessively designed by our team! From ‘medium range’ shared tours, private tours with special prices for families & large groups, as well as tailor-made tours that seek to provide that unforgettable experience for that special moment such as a proposal or even a wedding.

 

By many, one of the places with the best views on the planet. This salt crust from Los Andes has more than 11,000 square meters long (yes, the largest in the world). Totally underrated and located in Bolivia, the Salar de Uyuni has become an exclusive destination. Discover our Salar de Uyuni tours below:

CUSTOM UYUNI TOURS

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1) Customize an already designed tour and give it a unique touch that suits your travel style… for example, upgrade hotels or add relaxation days.

2) Take your experience in Uyuni to the next level! Imagine that you want to ask for her hand, but you also want a photographer and a drone pilot to capture that beautiful moment, as well as a unique decoration with endless flowers in the middle of the sunset… Let your imagination fly and we will make it come true!

GET INSPIRED TO VISIT UYUNI

Destinations such as Laguna Colorada have been a top 10 finalist of the 7 natural wonders of the world, also we have the most important culture in America (Tiwanaku 8.000 years against Inkas 700 years only), without forgetting a volcano that could make South America disappear (yes, we have our own Yellowstone). Bolivia is going to surprise you, we have no doubts!

But, what can you see? Explore our gallery of Bolivia here, also these are just 6 reasons to visit Uyuni and the deserts!

1) Giant Cactus
2) World's Largest Mirror
3) Laguna Colorada
4) Laguna Verde
5) Active Geysers
6) Hotsprings

UYUNI TRAVEL GUIDE

Located southwest of Bolivia, very close to Chile and Argentina. Uyuni and the colored lagoons are the most impressive and extravagant tourist destinations not only in Latin America but in the entire world. This route is made up of the largest salt desert in the world (with 12,000 km² or 7,450 mi²), the Laguna Colorada is the most important in America for its conservation of unique flamingos in the world (around 40,000 of 3 endemic species) Geysers assets that look like Mars and Volcanoes that are so impressive and at the same time important that they are constantly visited by NASA for their extreme and dangerous conditions.

 

Eventually, the Salar de Uyuni becomes the largest natural mirror in the world with views that photos or videos cannot do justice to the colors. At other times, access to deserts is usually impossible, and temperatures can reach -25° C (-13°F)! Making this adventure a nightmare for its visitors. So you will have to consider the following:

Everything You Need To Know About 3 Day Shared Tour Uyuni & Deserts

All the useful information for your next adventure to the Salar de Uyuni and the deserts. How are the accommodations? What to bring? What to expect? FAQ’s and more. (Pictures, Videos)

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When is the best time to visit Uyuni and the Deserts? (2022 updated)

To appreciate the mirror views, the best season to visit Uyuni is from March to May. But don’t forget that to visit the deserts and the colored lagoons you have to go between May and November.

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How to get Uyuni from La Paz in 2022 (updated every week)

The best ways to get to Uyuni from La Paz! 2022 updated information on how to get to Uyuni from La Paz. We verify with tables which buses are the best and budgets to travel by plane.

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OUR GUIDES

Bolivians, passionate and in love with this beautiful land!

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Our Team

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An adventure of years exploring the best places in Latin America, Hilton and Jeff are in charge of making all this happen. We operate in 6 countries and more than 50 destinations, we support local communities and we actively participate in reforestation and basin cleaning projects.

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