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3 Days / 2 Nights

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    • Private transfer from La Paz to Uyuni including Lunch. Dinner and overnight at Salt Hotel


    • Full day excursion to the Salt Lake Uyuni & Isla Pescado including lunch. Dinner and overnight at Salt Hotel


    • Private transfer from Uyuni to La Paz including lunch. Drop off at hotel in La Paz


  • Day 1:Private trip from La Paz to Oruro; lunch in a local Restaurant and continue by 4x4 vehicles to Uyuni Dinner and overnight at a unique Salt Hotel at the shores of the Uyuni Salt Lake
  • Day 2:Pick up from the hotel for your excursion to the Salt Lake and Isla Pescado. Uyuni is the largest salt flat on Earth, located on the Bolivian Andean Altiplano with 12.000 square Km; the Bolivian Andes offer stunning sceneries which can be hardly matched. The sound of silence makes the heart beats faster and the surreal pentagons of crystalline salt, the pure sky, the color lagoons, the cacti and the flamingos, certainly makes you feel that there is no other place like this in the whole world. Lunch at Isla Pescado, also called "Incawasi", an oasis with formations of algae and fossils. It is covered by thousands of giant columnar cacti, which can be more than a hundred years old, growing to a height of over 12 mtrs. The landscape against the background of the salt pans extending to the horizon makes it an ideal place for photography hunters. Return to your hotel. Dinner and overnight at a unique Salt Hotel at the shores of the Uyuni Salt Lake
  • Day 3:Enjoy a private overland journey from Uyuni to Oruro. Lunch at a local restaurant Continue by private transportation to La Paz, where you are dropped off at your hotel.
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