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A small deception of our 3 days tour. Indeed, there wasn't wind at the time we visited, meaning all the sediments where at the bottom of the water, which therefore wasn't green... but the place is nice and you get a nice view on the...More
First world problem I know as they are all really quite spectacular but I did prefer the red lake (Colorado) to this one. The red one is more remote and less commercial .... and more vibrant in its colouring!
You can swim here in the...More
This was the last stop at our 3-day Uyuni tour before reaching the Chilean border. The lake has a beautiful green colour and it is a great photo opportunity together with Licancabur volcano in the background. There were more impressive lagoons on this trip (above...More
Laguna Verde is the windiest place I have ever experienced. It is on the border of Argentina, Chile and Bolivia with an active volcano next to it and a crazy aqua green color, it is a truly surreal sight.
There are no flamingoes like some...More
We visited Bolivia with our two children - aged 9 & 10. The altitude is quite high reaching 4970m above sea level throughout the day. Kids were fine.
The lakes are amazing and worth the trip from Atacama.
Laguna Verde is located behind Licancabur Volcano. If you're in San Pedro de Atacama you'll have to cross Bolivia border, so take your passport and if you're driving a rented car, you'll need a special authorization from the rental agency. The Bolivian migration office closes...More
This is normal lunch spot for many tours and it is nice to have lunch here by the green lake. The color is rather distinctive and stands out. The colder and windier the day the more emerald green the color. It is a solid 6...More
This is one of the most unusual lagoons in the high Andes in Bolivia
It is known to have large amounts of arsenic inside and there are no flamingos
Upon arrival it looked pretty bland and not green at all, but just when we were...More