Uyuni's old railway tracks

Uyuni’s Old Train Tracks

Our experience touring Salar de Uyuni completely exceeded our expectations. We knew it was going to be amazing given all we’d heard from other travelers, but had no idea just how awe-inspiring the world’s largest salt flats would be. Salar de Uyuni’s landscapes change quicker than a shake of salt; one hour you’re surrounded by flamingos on a high altitude lagoon, and the next you’re standing on an island covered in cactus’. Finding the words to accurately describe Salar de Uyuni and the sheer enormity of this endless white desert is no easy task. Therefore, we have put together a photo essay with the hope of providing a glimpse into a part of the world which is not only aesthetically appealing but utterly unique. Below you’ll find some of our favorite photographs taken during our 3 day tour through Bolivia’s stunning salt flats. These are just a few of the scenes you can experience on a trip to Salar de Uyuni. Enjoy!
Train Salar de Uyuni Bolivia

“Out of Order”

Train cemetery uyuni bolivia

Train Cemetery

4x4 driving along the salt flats of Uyuni Bolivia

Road Trip

Inca Huasi (Fish Island) Uyuni Bolivia

Inca Huasi (Fish Island)

Cactus' Inca Huasi (Fish Island)

Sea of Cactus

Uyuni's Cactus Island Bolivia

Cactus Island

Flags left by travellers passing by the Uyuni Salt Flats

Flags Left By Travelers Passing By

Taking perspective photos on the Salar de Uyuni Bolivia

Another Perspective

Mother and baby Llama Uyuni Bolivia

Mother and Baby

Quinoa crops Uyuni Bolivia

Quinoa Crops

"Sol de Mañana" geysers Salar de Uyuni Bolivia

“Sol de Mañana” Geysers

Sunset on Salar de Uyuni Bolivia

World’s Largest Mirror

The Rock Tree Salar de Uyuni Bolivia

The Rock Tree

Laguna Colorada Salar de Uyuni Bolivia

Laguna Colorada

A lone flamingo on a high altitude lagoon Salar de Uyuni Bolivia

A Lone Flamingo

 Lago Verde,Salar de Uyuni,Bolivia

Lago Verde

desert salar de uyuni bolivia

Desert Love

Transport for Salt Flats Tour Uyuni Bolivia


Sunset salar de uyuni bolivia


 Ever been to or want to visit Salar de Uyuni? Which photo is your favorite & why?