Imagine a place where it seems like the world has stopped. Where there are no roads, no people and no sounds except for your car driving on an endless plain. A place where you can swim in the middle of nowhere, have dinner at a salt hotel and watch the stars from 11,900 feet above sea level. This is the Salar de Uyuni, one of the most beautiful and bewitching places on earth. The Salar de Uyuni is the largest salt flat in the world, containing over ten billion tons of salt and covering 3,900 square miles. Explore in a 4x4 on a road trip across this awe-inspiring landscape, staying in a hotel made entirely out of salt (yes, even the bed).
Come evening, walk outside into the vastness to marvel at the sun sinking behind the distant horizon and the stars trickling into the endless sky. Then at dawn, climb to the top of Isla del Pescado - an island located in the middle of the Salar de Uyuni salt flats – to look over the sea of white under the colourful morning sky. In between drives, soak in a natural hot spring and enjoy the scenery while you relax with a drink and look out for wild flamingos. Discover more otherworldly landscapes at Laguna Colorada, the Geysers of Sol de Mañana and the Valle de las Damas.

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