DAY 1: GREEN AND WHITE LAGUNA – TERMAS Polques – GEYSERS – LAGOON.
We continue to Laguna Colorada to see hundreds of pink flamingos in their natural habitat and admire the intense color of the lagoon. It will end the first day of the tour in Laguna Colorada shelters and spend the night in a shared basic family accommodation
DAY 2: LAGOON – Stone Tree – HIGHLAND LAKES – Chuvica.
The second day will continue through the desert Siloli to observe how natural sculpted the natural monument, as is the Stone Tree, then along a rocky road to the beautiful altiplanicas lakes inhabited by three Flemish types. Marvel at the lagoons along the way: Cañapa where you will see the first pink flamingos, Hedionda, where you can see flamingos up close and Chiarcota where you can see a variety of birds and wildlife. We continue through the desert of Chiguana. It will end the second day of the tour in the village of Puerto Chuvica , to spend the night in a hostel made almost entirely of salt
DAY 3: SALT FLATS – ISLAND INCAWASY – SALT MUSEUM – UYUNI
The third day tour we enter Salar de Uyuni a place full of beauty to see the sunrise, in a place that invites us to come into contact with the wildest of nature, to travel the vast white expanse of salt, where also We will visit the great Incahuasi Island, we will hike to the top of the island to see giant cactus and rock formations of petrified coral. We will take some time to take a fun pictures with the prospects on the white surface of the salar. Then we will visit the Ojos del Salar and a Salt Museum made entirely of salt. We will visit the small town of Colchani, to see traditional crafts and salt, also visit the Cemetery Uyuni train to see the first locomotives of Bolivia. You will finish the tour in the city of Uyuni.
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CANCELLATIONS BY THE CLIENT AND / OR CANCELLATION OF TRIP:
CLASSICS TOUR SHARED
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WAHT TO BRING
This itinerary is subject to change without notice depending on weather conditions, strikes, lockouts or force majeure events that are beyond our control. We will always do our best to follow the route as closely as possible. During the rainy season from January to April, the Salar de Uyuni fill with water, so it is not possible to cross in the same way that during the dry season. As a result, the itinerary is changed during that period. The main changes are usually the following: Instead of sleeping in the hostel Salt Puerto Chuvica, stay in a standard guesthouse in the town of Uyuni, and from there we enter the Salar far as conditions permit, if possible visit the IncaWasy Island. otherwise we stop at a place where water reflects the sky and where it seems the sky and the ground merge into one. This trip takes place at very high altitude. places are more than 3 650 meters above sea level, and most guests will feel the effects of altitude. We recommend acclimating to more than 2,000 meters before the trip and bring along medication for headaches and tablets for altitude sickness if you feel bad. And remember, the real key is to drink lots of water and eat light meals! We recommend acclimating to more than 2,000 meters before the trip and bring along medication for headaches and tablets for altitude sickness if you feel bad. And remember, the real key is to drink lots of water and eat light meals! We recommend acclimating to more than 2,000 meters before the trip and bring along medication for headaches and tablets for altitude sickness if you feel bad. And remember, the real key is to drink lots of water and eat light meals!
The hosting s for this service are in remote areas where you will be away from the comfortable and modern facilities and services sometimes be slow and pretty basic. Due to the rough terrain, vehicle breakdowns are not uncommon, but drivers are very used to fix failures and timeouts are rarely excessive. The vehicles are usually Toyota Land Cruiser 4 × 4, which are not new but are in good condition. The accommodation is very basic, with shared double or triple rooms, and electricity and running water are scarce. The showers will only be available the second night, they may have a small local cost. You will sleep up to 4. 300 meters above sea level and depending on the season, temperatures can drop well below zero (reaching less than -15 degrees Celsius in the winter months of June and July) and the wind chill can be rough, plenty of warm clothes like a scarf and woolen hat for cold nights. When you return to your starting point, please bring only necessary equipment and clothing during the trip.