Best Reasons to visit Salar De Uyuni, Bolivia
- Spanning 4086 square miles, Salar De Uyuni in Southwest Bolivia is the largest salt flat in the world. This unique landscape contains about 10 billion tons of salt.
- It looks stunning in both wet and dry seasons. In the dry season, you can see a vast expanse of a hexagonal sheet of dry salt. The shape is due to the crystalline nature of the salt.
- In the wet season, when the entire area covered with clear water, the Salar De Uyuni become the most extensive natural mirror in the world. You can clearly see the reflection of the sky at that time.
- Salar De Uyuni is exceptionally flat and easy to spot. For these reasons, NASA uses this unique landscape to positioning their satellites.
- It is a photographer’s paradise. But the exceptional flatness of Salar De Uyuni can cause the photographs to looks distorted.
- A 4*4 tour across the salt flats is the best way to experience the Salar De Uyuni. It offers a surreal experience for you.