Imagine yourself looking out onto an uninterrupted horizon for as far as the eye can see. Completely flat and blindingly bright in the sun with over 10,000 square kilometers of uninterrupted landscape. Welcome to the world’s largest salt flats.
Once a prehistoric lake, all that now remains is an endless crust of salt over one meter thick at over 3600 meters above sea level. Bucket list worthy, this surreal place is best visited on a 3-4 day tour that departs from either San Pedro Chile, or Uyuni in Boliva, although one day options are also available.
Get your smiles and camera poses ready because you won’t be able to get enough photos in the out of this world backdrop.
Words can hardly due this place justice and with over 500 photos shot in just three days, I think I’ll let the photos speak for themselves. You’ve got to see it to believe it.