Convincing photos to choose an organized trip from San Pedro to Uyuni

   If you are still thinking whether you should cross the border between Chile and Bolivia yourself, please stop right now! Magnificent Salar de Uyuni is a must see place while in Bolivia or in northern part of the Chile. Tourists usually do visit this absolutely stunning and unique place from Uyuni, the town in Bolivia, or from San Pedro de Atacama in Chile. It is not so difficult to get to salt flats without any guide, but tour agencies, that can be found in many towns all around, came up with a wonderful 3 or 4 days tours that include Salar de Uyuni, as number one attraction, along with many more wonderful places that you can see only with a guide and by 4×4. Dry salty area, as a highlight, will become just like an addition next. Salar de Uyuni will get overshadowed by beautiful lagoons, geysers, deserts, volcanoes, truly remote villages, you will spend a night in (including a hotel made of salt), and interesting rock formations. It is one of the most bizarre and beautiful places in the world you just can not miss, especially while so close to it. Paying only 180$ (inc everything as accommodation, all meals, guide, 4×4 transport) for a 3 days tour is just a bargain we have to grab. Unluckily, I have lost loads of my photos from the trip, but I hope the remaining ones will be convincing enough for you to book this trip.

22 thoughts on “Convincing photos to choose an organized trip from San Pedro to Uyuni

    1. Hello 🙂 Thank you for your view and comment! This is not a salt flats area, it is a rocky desert full of geysers. You can find every possible colour of rock there, from green to violet.

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  1. South America has always been a dreamland to me, and your photos have made me fall in love with it even more. I can’t wait to make this dream come true and finally see South American beauties through my eyes and not with just photos.

    Thank you for the post~

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