Salar de Uyuni Tour

Most visited Site in Bolivia

largest salt flat in the world

Embark on an extraordinary adventure with Outdoor Xpeditions and immerse yourself in the breathtaking wonders of Salar de Uyuni, the world’s largest salt flat. Nestled at an altitude of 3,656 meters above sea level and sprawling across 10,582 square kilometers, this natural marvel promises an experience like no other.

Picture this: a vast expanse of glistening white as far as the eye can see, as you step onto the Salar de Uyuni’s expansive salt crust. Comprising an astounding 10 billion tons of salt, this unique landscape is not only a visual spectacle but also a reservoir of global significance. Dive into the heart of the salt flat, where 50% to 70% of the world’s lithium reserves are concentrated in the brine lake beneath the surface, at depths of 2, 3, and 5 meters.

At Outdoor Xpeditions, we don’t just offer tours; we provide an opportunity to witness the extraordinary. Our carefully crafted excursions ensure you explore not only the well-known sites but also hidden gems, guided by our knowledgeable experts. Traverse landscapes that transition from the blinding white salt flats to the serene beauty of lesser-explored regions, showcasing the diverse wonders of nature.

Imagine capturing the reflection of the sky and clouds on the natural mirror beneath your feet, creating a surreal visual masterpiece. Our tailored tours invite you to capture stunning photographs and create memories that will last a lifetime.

Ready for a once-in-a-lifetime adventure? Join us at Outdoor Xpeditions and discover why Salar de Uyuni is one of the most captivating destinations globally. We invite you to experience the extraordinary with us. Your journey to the heart of Bolivia’s southern jewel begins here!

Salar de Uyuni Sunset
One of the incredible moments to experience in Salar de Uyuni
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Uyuni Salt Flats Mirror
In the rainy season, the sky and earth become one in Salar de Uyuni.
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Train Cementery
Several antique steam trains from the 1800s era.
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Vizcacha wildlife observation
The vizcacha is a rodent species belonging to the chinchilla family and is native to South America, particularly the Andes mountain range. Their unique appearance and behavior make them a fascinating part of the Andean ecosystems.
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Pink Flamingos
The Andean flamingo, one of the three South American flamingo species, inhabits high-altitude lakes and salt flats in the Andean mountain range. These flamingos are known for their vibrant and contrasting plumage, featuring shades of pink, white, and black.
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Stone Tree
This natural wonder, also known as "Árbol de Piedra" in Spanish, is a captivating rock formation sculpted by the forces of wind erosion over thousands of years.
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Sol de Mañana is a geothermal area with various fumaroles and mud pots. It features bubbling mud pools, steaming geysers, and colorful mineral deposits. While it doesn't have erupting geysers like those in other regions, it showcases impressive volcanic and geothermal activity, creating a unique and otherworldly landscape.
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Red Lagoon
This high-altitude lagoon is renowned for its vibrant reddish color, which is attributed to the presence of pigmented algae and sediments in the water.
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Green Lagoon
The Green Lagoon owes its distinctive color to the high mineral content in the water, particularly arsenic and other minerals. The unique combination of minerals and the play of light gives the lagoon its characteristic green hue, making it a visually stunning attraction.
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Hot Springs
These hot springs have the opportunity to soak in the warm and mineral-rich waters, which are believed by some to have therapeutic benefits for various health conditions. The heat and mineral content in the water are thought to promote relaxation, improve circulation, and soothe muscle aches.
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Take a look at our different tour packages to Uyuni Salt Flats and the surrounding wonders:

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