fbpx

Pie Experiences

Pie Experience is an award winning South America tour operator offering unique local experiences, adventure tours, and tailor-made vacations in Peru , Argentina , Bolivia and Ecuador. All tours are Sustainable Travel Certified, designed by travel experts for authentic travel experiences.

++51 84 23 44 69 / WhatsApp ++ 51 948 48 20 14

Mon - Sat 10.00 - 18.00 Sunday CLOSED

 

Discover Uyuni

Amazing Salt Flats

Be Part of the World’s Largest Mirror with One of Our Salar de Uyuni Tours

Exploring the salt flats and going on one of our Uyuni tours is a definitive bucket list item for visitors coming to Bolivia.

Depending on how much time you have, you can explore the salt flats in one day, three days or completely immerse yourself in the magic with five-day Uyuni tours.

Photographers flock to Uyuni to take advantage of the easily-created optical illusions. As well as to take pictures of the many photo opportunities the world’s largest mirror provides. Stunning during any time of the day, especially the salt flats’ sunsets are truly unforgettable. After the sun goes down the nights are usually clear, so you might even spot the milky way as well as planets.

Heading to the sleepy town of Colchani, learn how over 20,000 tonnes of salt are extracted every year at the salt factory. Mostly for human consumption, the salt is also the basis of salty handicrafts and unique souvenirs, you can purchase there.

Get a Good Night’s Sleep Surrounded by Salt

Did you know that there are hotels on the salt flats entirely constructed with the local mineral? Remotely located most rooms have sweeping views over the salt flats offering an experience you cannot enjoy anywhere else in the world. We have tried and tested the most popular salt hotels and would be delighted to organise a stay for you as part of our Uyuni tours.

Read our comprehensive guide to the Uyuni salt flats here.

See More than Just Salt

Tere is so much more to explore in the area than just salt flats. For example, visit the cemetery for abandoned trains. The local industry left them behind when the minerals they transported eventually ran out. Nearby Pulcayo, an UNESCO Industrial Heritage Site, was home to the world’s second largest silver mine. Now closed down, the village resembles a ghost town with only a few inhabitants remaining.

In the region surrounding Uyuni you can also find the Necrópolis de los Señoríos Lipez. It is a group of pre-Inca tombs with the appearance of beehives.

Another itinerary point we always recommend as part of our Uyuni tours is the central market in Uyuni. Try local cuisine or stock up on souvenirs, shop your heart out.

Alternatively, if you fancy a relaxing dip, the hot springs of Polques offer just that. And they also offer  amazing views over the otherworldly landscape around Uyuni.

Finally, our Uyuni tours would not be incomplete without visiting the National Park Reserva Nacional de Fauna Andina Eduardo Avaroa. Hot springs, erupting volcanos, flamingos and multi-colored lakes all provide a feast for the eyes.

Read our comprehensive guide to the Uyuni salt flats here.

Be Part of the World’s Largest Mirror with One of Our Salar de Uyuni Tours

Exploring the salt flats and going on one of our Uyuni tours is a definitive bucket list item for visitors coming to Bolivia.

Depending on how much time you have, you can explore the salt flats in one day, three days or completely immerse yourself in the magic with five-day Uyuni tours.

Get a Good Night’s Sleep Surrounded by Salt

Did you know that there are hotels on the salt flats entirely constructed with the local mineral? Remotely located most rooms have sweeping views over the salt flats offering an experience you cannot enjoy anywhere else in the world. We have tried and tested the most popular salt hotels and would be delighted to organise a stay for you as part of our Uyuni tours.

See More than Just Salt

There is so much more to explore in the area than just salt flats. For example, visit the cemetery for abandoned trains. The local industry left them behind when the minerals they transported eventually ran out.

Finally, our Uyuni tours would not be incomplete without visiting the National Park Reserva Nacional de Fauna Andina Eduardo Avaroa. Hot springs, erupting volcanos, flamingos and multi-colored lakes all provide a feast for the eyes.

Read our comprehensive guide to the Uyuni salt flats here.

Our Best Uyuni Salt Flat Tours 2018

Bolivia's barren landscapes will have you questioning your existence on earth in no time at all. The Salar de Uyuni tour starts at the Uyuni Salt Flats. You'll query the…
Bolivia is a country of vibrant culture and stunning natural beauty. Perhaps Bolivia's most precious gem is their otherworldly Salt Flats, also known as Salar de Uyuni. Discover the allure…
$839
If you’re looking for the most convenient and authentic way to experience Bolivia’s natural wonders, this 4-day adventure starting in La Paz fits the bill perfectly. Bubbling geysers, natural hot…
$789
TAILOR MADE TOUR ENQUIRY
  • Please choose your destination country. You can choose more than one.
  • How much budget do you have per person including accommodation , transportations , local flights , activities / excursions. Give us an idea
  • Please give us more details about which activities would you like to do at your destination. What would make this your dream trip ?
  • Please provide us with your phone number to hear more about your plans in that way we can help you organize your amazing trip.
×
×
×
×
  • Please choose your destination country. You can choose more than one.
  • How much budget do you have per person including accommodation , transportations , local flights , activities / excursions. Give us an idea
  • Please give us more details about which activities would you like to do at your destination. What would make this your dream trip ?
  • Please provide us with your phone number to hear more about your plans in that way we can help you organize your amazing trip.
×
  • How did you find the pre-trip communications and materials (e.g. proposed itinerary, trip information sheet, planning emails, packing list, etc.) sufficient and helpful?
  • How was the itinerary of your trip ? (i.e. Did you like the places we visited, the pace at which we moved, and the amount of time we spent on various activities, day to day?)
×