Uyuni-San Pedro, Chile

We made it. 3 days & 2 nights in -10 degrees. It was SO cold but SO worth it. We actually had the best time. The tour was very well planned and organised and well worth the price. We paid 700 Bolivianos each (you need about 200 Bolivianos extra for entry fees along the way) which is about $140 AUD. We booked through Ripley tours and the company we went with was Thiago tours. Can defiantly recommend them!

We were in a group with 3 Chileans & 1 Brazilian. No English = Spanish practice for us, a few bottles of wine each night definitely helped the talking 😉

We have so many photos, so less writing and we will let the photos talk for themselves.

We started at the old train graveyard outside of Uyuni:

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Then it was time for the famous salt flats! ( we had fun to say the least)

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We then headed to the weird cactus island in the middle of the flats:

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Day 2 was Flamingo day!! Im obsessed…..We visited a bunch of lagoons, unfortunately I can’t remember the names of most of them….

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We also visited Laguna Colorado, so beautiful with more Flamingos!

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On day 3 we visited the Geysers…Pretty but very stinky. Think in the lines of an old boiled egg fart.

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This was our amazing group!!

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This post took me 2 days to get together. Bad idea to upload so many photos with bad internet. Hope you enjoyed it & let us know if you have any questions!

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