Four days and three nights tour from Tupiza to Uyuni salt flats!


Day one:
The tour starts around 8:30 - From Tupiza, ascend the beautiful Quebrada de Palapa to El Sillar, with a fantastic landscape. It continues to Nazarenito mining areas, Chilcobija, Cerrillos, Polulos, Rio San Pablo until the abandoned village of San Antonio de Lipez.


Day two: 
SAN ANTONIO - RED LAGOON. - In the morning we visit the colonial ruins of San Antonio Viejo or Ghost Town, the Tower, Laguna Morejon Quetena medicinal bath in the hot springs of Chalviri, Lag. Polques to Laguna Verde, at the bottom of the volcano Lincancabur (5960 m.), Dalí Desert with its fabulous forms ignambritas and climb to 5000 m. to the Sol de Mañana geysers, volcanic craters with effusions of sulfur fumes and heavy water, arriving in Laguna Colorada.

 

Day three:
RED LAGOON - SAN JUAN. - De Laguna Colorada , is through the Desert Stone Siloli-tree-the  way of the jewels consisting Ramaditas gaps, Honda, Chiarkota, Hedionda, Cañapa sanctuaries 3 varieties of flamingos, is passed to the foot of the volcano Ollague (always on) and Tomasamil (5900 m.), and Salar de Chiguana to conclude the day in San Juan.

 

Day Four: 
SAN JUAN - Uyuni. - From San Juan, 1 hour journey to the Salar de Uyuni (3650 m.). We visit Devils Cave Fish Island with its giant cacti, the first hotel in plant salt and iodized salt processing Colchani ends the trip visiting the train cemetery in Uyuni. Ending back in Uyuni around 13:30

 




IMPORTANT
During the rainy season the program changes. It is not possible to visit the Incahuasi Island. This tours also ends in San Pedro de Atacama. If you want to know more, just send us an email or send a info request!
The tour does not include

Incahuasi Island: 30bs;
National park Eduardo Avaroa 150bs
– showers in the little communities 10 bs; 
tips and extras not mentioned.



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