Salar de Uyuni – Through My Lens

Howdy all, another photographic post for you this Wednesday. Today I return to Bolivia and the amazing Salar de Uyuni and surrounds where I did a three-day tour last November. From salt flats, to salty trains, to flamingos and more, it’s one of the world’s most amazing destinations without a single doubt! Enjoy!

Packing the Land Cruiser in Uyuni Town.
Hitting the road… or the salt flats!
Most tours start with a stop at this amazing ‘Train Graveyard’

Sun on Cactus, Inka Wasi in the middle of the salt plains.
Inca Wasi, island in the middle of the salt flats.

Proud flamingo

Trick photography is something many visitors do when on the salt flats.
Salar de Uyuni

Hot springs.
Sulphur lake – smelly and popular with the flamingos.
You’ll even find geysers in the area!

Thanks for stopping by – May the Journey Never End!


9 thoughts on “Salar de Uyuni – Through My Lens

  1. Hot springs and flamingoes! Count me in!!! And I was waiting for at least one of those “perspective-based” photos to turn up… and sure enough, you didn’t disappoint!!

    Love that last sign, too :p

  2. Looks like there’s a lot of activities to do there! Totally love the trick photos especially and I didn’t think there would be a hot spring nearby! Is that the only one available for a dip? 🙂

  3. Pingback: Essential Tips for Travel to Bolivia – Andy's World Journeys

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