The Salar de Uyuni in Southern Bolivia is the world's largest salt pan. In the rainy season, it is transformed into an enormous natural mirror which is every photographer's dream. Watch and enjoy...
It's been a while since we blogged about one of our newest and most exciting itineraries, but when this incredible video of Uyuni in the rainy season popped up, we knew we had to break the silence. Spanning a total area of more than 10,000km², the Salar de Uyuni near Potosi is one of the trippiest places you'll ever go, and this is ramped up a couple of notches between December and March when the region receives most of its rain (January is usually the wettest month).
In addition to showcasing the natural marvel which is the salt flats in the rainy season, the video also gives a really good visual summary of all the other aspects of a classic Uyuni itinerary.
Big up to filmmaker Enrique Pacheco for creating 'Reflections from Uyuni'. Check out his other work at www.enriquepacheco.com
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The salt Uyuni-verse with Destination Expert Jeanie