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Bolivia's alpine salt flats of the Salar de Uyuni form one of the harshest livable climates on planet Earth. Despite enduring the frigid wind chill at 15,000 feet, this flamingo enjoys a meal foraged from beneath the salt.
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Uyuni Salt Flat, Bolivia
Salar de Uyuni is the world's largest salt flat at 10,582 square kilometers in the southwest portion of Bolivia, near the crest of the Andes and is at an elevation of 3,656 meters. The Salar are a result of transformations between several...
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La Paz, Bolivia
El Valle de la Luna features an almost extra-terrestrial landscape caused by erosion. There are two circuits through the park, one that takes about 15 minutes, and a longer one that takes about 45 minutes. Both are easy hikes, but hang on tight to...
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Presbítero Medina, La Paz, Bolivia

La Plaza de Monticulo in La Paz, Bolivia literally makes you feel on top of the world!  From this beautiful park you can see the entire city.

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La Paz, Bolivia
Beautiful basecamps are a real treat at this mountain range in the Bolivian Andes. Set on the stunning Chiar Khota Lake, hikers fortify themselves with fresh trout caught in the lower mountain lakes before ascending the surrounding peaks. Greener...
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A lot of the Salar de Uyuni tours include an early-morning drive out across the salt flats--largest in the world, and around 12,000 ft. high--but there's a far more satisfying way to enjoy the other-worldly light show. We stayed in a salt-block...
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Los Andes, Valparaiso Region, Chile
To get from Santiago, Chile to Mendoza, Argentina, you have a few options. I ruled out all of them except for the bus. The ride wasn't too bad, the checkpoint was fine, and the view was fantastic. It also helps that an entire city which exists to...
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In Isla Incahuasi, in the middle of Salar Uyuni, surrounded with salt. But don't expect to be always white, if it rains it gets brown. I slept in a hotel made of blocks of salt, even the bed, but of course there was a matress :)
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Potosi, Bolivia
Potosi, the once silver rich land largely exploited by the Spanish colonial system, is still a land full of treasures. The Aymara culture is still alive and vibrant and for those who still mine, Pachamama or Mother Earth is still revered on the...
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Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia
We've all been to the beach. We have all felt sand. But maybe not all of us have seen sand dunes of this nature. Located about 45 minutes outside of the main city of Santa Cruz, Las Lomas de Arena are worth the trip. The dirt road leading to the...