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Uyuni Salt Flat 1 Day (Private Tour)

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Ferroviaria Avenue No. 22 between Sucre and Camacho Street


1 Day

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

6 people



Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia’s unparalleled jewel among tourist hotspots, enchants visitors with its stunning allure. In 2019, it was honored as the “Best Natural Tourist Attraction in South America” at the prestigious World Travel Awards, confirming its status as a top destination in the region.

The immense salt flats extend to the horizon, offering a dreamlike vista that captivates and motivates exploration. The Salar de Uyuni is renowned for its extraordinary characteristics, from its mirror-like surface during the wet season to the striking Incahuasi Island with its towering cacti. Each aspect of this natural marvel invites travelers on an unforgettable journey of discovery. More than just a place to visit, Salar de Uyuni offers an enveloping experience, drawing explorers into a world where the splendor of nature is the main attraction.

  • Sunglasses
  • Warm clothing
  • Sunscreen
  • Camera
  • Lunch with a vegetarian option (please notify in advance)
  • Transportation in Toyota Land Cruiser or Lexus 4x4 vehicles
  • First aid equipment
  • Spanish-speaking guide. English guide available at an additional cost.
  • Entrance to Isla Incahuasi per person (30 BS for foreigners and 15 BS for nationals). Payment in Bolivianos only.

10:00 AM - 10:30 AMPreparation

Introduction of drivers and guides at our office. You can deposit your backpacks and valuables in the office safe deposit. We will then check our satellite phone, oxygens, first aid kits and fire extinguishers installed in all our vehicles.

10:30 AMDeparture

We would start the tour. Our first stop would be the train cemetery. We will then drive to Colchani where you will appreciate handicrafts. In Colchani you will witness how the salt is processed. You will also get an insight of the manual process of salt extraction, the thickness of the salt, some salt craft stores.

01:00 PMLunch Stop

We will reach Hotel Playa Blanca, the first hotel built with salt blocks. The hotel is now a museum. Here we will have lunch before continuing the trip.

02:00 PMSalt Flats

We will then continue our tour to take pictures amidst the world’s largest salt flats, Salar De Uyuni with dinosaurs and other objects. We will then visit Isla Incahuasi or the fish island from where you could see the sun set.

07:00 PMReturn to Uyuni

Ending the tour we will make our way back to Uyuni.


1What is included in the 1-day Uyuni Salt Flat tour itinerary?

This tour typically covers major highlights like the train graveyard, the small village of Colchani, the salt mounds, the salt hotel (now a museum), and Incahuasi Island with its giant cacti. The vast expanse of the salt flats offers breathtaking views and photo opportunities.

2What time does the tour start and end?

The tour usually starts in the morning around 10 or 11 AM and ends in the late afternoon or early evening, around 5 to 7 PM. Times may vary slightly depending on the tour operator.

3Are meals provided during the tour?

Most one-day tours include lunch, but it’s best to confirm with your tour operator. Make sure to inform them in advance if you have any dietary restrictions.

4What should I bring for a day tour in Uyuni?

It’s recommended to bring sunscreen, sunglasses, a hat, comfortable walking shoes, and layers of clothing as the weather can change rapidly. Don’t forget your camera for the incredible landscapes.

5Is it necessary to acclimatize to the altitude before the tour?

While the tour is not physically demanding, the high altitude of the salt flats (over 3,600 meters above sea level) can affect some individuals. If possible, it’s advisable to spend a day acclimatizing in a nearby area to reduce the risk of altitude sickness.