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Tunupa Volcano

La Plata, Bolivar y Sucre., Uyuni 45324, Bolivia
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Private Salt Flats Full-Day Tour Including Colchani and Volvano Tunupa
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Uyuni Salt Flat and Tunupa Volcano Tour from Uyuni
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Full-Day Tour to Salar de Uyuni Salt Lake
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“salt lake” (2 reviews)
“mummies” (12 reviews)
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La Plata, Bolivar y Sucre., Uyuni 45324, Bolivia
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Reviewed 4 June 2017 via mobile

And it should be at about 5400 meters altitutide .it stands proudly and looks the part the only questio is are you able to make it ?

Thank Andrei F
Reviewed 12 May 2017

On this trip we took a road that goes to the Salar from the back side of the Mountain, entering the salar at Tahua. The view of the mountain from that side changes drastically and it shows you many different faces, each more beautiful than...More

Thank Drina K
Reviewed 17 January 2017

Very beautiful dormant volcano. Very scenic adventure. You will see flamingos and quinoa plants nearby. We did not do any climbing and we did not get to see the mummies but it was still a worthwhile trip. Be warned that the wind and sun can...More

Thank JandKNewJersey_USA
Reviewed 4 January 2017

I did the two day Salar tour and was fortunate enough to stay at the town of Coqueza at the bottom of this spectacular Volcano. The volcano is inactive, but I have to say it's the most beautiful volcano I've ever seen. At the bottom,...More

1  Thank ginchy69
Reviewed 23 November 2016

One of the places you go to while on the Salt Lake tour... This is where we had our lunch & it sure is a good place for that... Good shade, nice air, quiet... The volcano itself is not exactly jaw dropping...

Thank Robby R
Reviewed 20 November 2016

Siting on the edge of the vast salt flats it rises to a multi-colored collapsed caldera. You can drive up to a viewpoint about half way up and then a short hike takes you to a cave where there are 3,000 year old mummified skeletons.

Thank PeterAZ
Reviewed 4 October 2016

THIS PLACE IS INCATIVE VOLCANO, but has a lot of things to visit mommies and you can climb to the top of the volcano, this place take all the day to visit and discover all thing , be prepare to climb in altitude.

Thank isabela f
Reviewed 11 March 2016

Our lodging at the base of Tunupa provided direct and amazing views of the extinct volcano. I was mesmerized by the continually shifting colours on the face, cream, rust, green, white, blue everything in the spectrum. Directly off the Salar De Uyuni in the Altoplano...More

Thank MARK SAMUEL N
Reviewed 10 February 2016

The Tunupa (5535m) is the queen of the salt flat. It's possible to climb up from different points. Easy but fatigable, you need good shoes. Reaching the top you will be recompensed with a great view over the salt flat

Thank Linda F
Reviewed 23 January 2016

Our tour guide from Brisa tours was born and lived untill recently near the vulcano, so he could make even the small village museum interesting. An older person from the village was our guide to the mummies and with pasion he explained us everything about...More

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