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When we arrived to this lake, we had the pleasure of meeting a man who is living in this desolate part of desert and who has built a place to rest and a bathroom. He is also in charge to keep a good part of...More
This was one of our first stops from Uyuni to San Pedro. Absolutely beautiful, which we could have spent longer. Great place for photos, very colourful - The laguna, flamingos, and mountains in the distance - a gem of a place. Don't miss.
This is one of the first lagoons when heading south from Uyuni on a 3-day tour. This was the first place where we saw flamingos - lots of them! The colours are stunning and it is easy to take wonderful photos, including the volcanoes in...More
The view was just beyond your imagination. The lake, mountains, blue sky, white clouds, flamingos. This time, we even could see the baby flamingos (the black and white ones). All these lagunas are gems of Bolivia.
This was the last of the five Laguna thatwe came to and, as with the others was different from those that we had seen earlier. As with some of the other lagoons we saw flamingos and even a young one. It was really beautiful and...More
Our adventure group stopped at this lagoon for a lunch break and we had a picnic looking out at all the flamingos feeding in the lake. The scenery is lovely, remote, quiet and so picturesque. We enjoyed eating outdoors at the lake after the long...More
This lake is gorgeous. Between the flamingos, the mountains, and the high altitude, visiting is a surreal experience. However, I would not recommend visiting this on your own. You really need a guide and a truck; the roads are barely roads and maps won't help...More