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SALAR DE UYUNI FULL DAY TOUR

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From USD 40

Duration: 6 hours

 / Shared 4wd transportation, lunch.

From USD 40

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DAY 1        UYUNI –UYUNI SALT FLAT – UYUNI 
We will pick you up from your hotel at 11:00 approximately, first we will visit the Train Cemetery and the town of Colchani where you can learn more about Uyuni’s mining past and its artisanal salt production present, later we will enter to the amazing Uyuni Salt Flat, and arrive to the “Salt Hotel-Museum”, the first of its kind that nowadays works only as a museum.  On our way we will be able to see fantastic optic illusions, able to see in raining season (December- March), and also we will visit “Ojos de Agua” (Eyes of water), small salt eruptions which help us to explain the development of this huge salt lake. 
At noon, you will reach the “Incahuasi Island” in the middle of the Salt flat; there are extraordinary calcareous rocks, large populations of Cactus, local fauna and spectacular 360 grades panoramic views of the Salt Flat from the summit. 
In the afternoon, return to Uyuni.
Includes: Shared transportation 4x4 (6 or 7 people per vehicle)
Meals: Lunch

  • Salar de Uyuni
  • Incahuasi Island

Important information:

  • Operations during rainy season (from November to April) under consultation
  • Tour begins and ends in Uyuni
  • Entrance ticket to Isla Incahuasi costs 30 Bs (5 USD approx), we recommend to take approximately 10 USD in local currency for other expenses
  • Departures everyday, minimum 2 passengers
  • The Uyuni Salt Flat and Colored Lagoons tour of the shared type is characterized by: a 4wd transportation shared by 6 people. 
  • Our program does not include: Transportation to and from Uyuni, Accommodation in Uyuni or Colchani, Guide service (English-Spanish), Entrance tickets to the attractions, Transfers in Uyuni, Meals and services not specified, Beverages in restaurants and hotels, Extra expenses, Insurance, Tips

Route

  1. Uyuni
  2. Isla Incahuasi