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How to book the Salar de Uyuni Tour in Bolivia

Undoubtedly one of the absolute highlights from my South American trip was the 3 day Salar de Uyuni tour in Bolivia. It’s 3 days of driving around in a jeep in the mountainous south west corner where Bolivia meets Chile. Prepare yourself for endless deserts, reflective salt plains, wildlife and gorgeous landscapes. This is a Read more about How to book the Salar de Uyuni Tour in Bolivia[…]

Salar De Uyuni – Part 2 – Cementario Des Trens – Train Graveyard *

After leaving the dusty city of Uyuni behind, we were off on our adventure. There was no set itinerary so this really added to the surprises ahead. The first of which saw us arrive at one of the world’s most remote train lines…and an un-used one at that…standing on the track there was no chance Read more about Salar De Uyuni – Part 2 – Cementario Des Trens – Train Graveyard *[…]

Salar De Uyuni – Part 1 – …Uyuni Begins! *

The Salar de Uyuni tour was something I hotly anticipated to be special as it had been bigged up and recommended by almost everyone I knew who had been on it. There are a few different tour options for it, including day tours and week tours. But when I was in La Paz I calculated Read more about Salar De Uyuni – Part 1 – …Uyuni Begins! *[…]

Jonny Blair in Uyuni in Bolivia a lifestyle of travel

Backpacking in Bolivia: The Only Tourist In Uyuni, World Capital of Dust

My adventures backpacking in Bolivia continued and from Potosi and La Paz, I headed next to Uyuni. It seemed very odd (and dusty) that I was the only tourist in Uyuni. Well that’s how it seemed. I arrived by bus from Potosi – itself renowned as being “the world’s highest city.” Uyuni sits in dust Read more about Backpacking in Bolivia: The Only Tourist In Uyuni, World Capital of Dust[…]

Backpacking in Bolivia: Potosi to Uyuni By Bus

I made a habit of getting night buses while in Bolivia. Not only does it save time travelling between places, but it also saves a night’s accomodation, which to be fair, in Uyuni is hardly going to be a big deal, it costs about 2 pounds a night for a bed. Potosi is the world’s Read more about Backpacking in Bolivia: Potosi to Uyuni By Bus[…]

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