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Lagoons & Flamingos, Colorful Volcanos & big rock formations as well as Geysers have been on the menu for Days 2 and 3 of our Jeep Tour through the Uyuni. Laguna Colorada, Arbol de Piedra & Geysers at the Solar de Manaña basin – the itinerary was loaded with stunning places!
The Video: Laguna Colorada, Arbol de Piedra & Geysers
When we went to bed in our Salt Hostel after experiencing the worlds largest salt flat we thought it would be hard to beat that. We woke up with curiosity because we literally had no idea about the exact route or the stops we would have during the second part of our trip.
Day 2 started with 5 different lagoons, flamingos and a lot of time on the road. The contrasts on this altitude are big: colorful mountains, a wide desert area and huge rock formations as well as colored lagoons like the mentioned red shining “Laguna Colorada”. The following night/morning was freezing cold as we stayed on aprox. 4.500m and had to get up early to see the sunrise at the geysers.
Before we finished the tour we jumped into the hot springs and said goodbye in front of the volcano Licancabur.
For more information about the tour operator and some cool shots check out the post 23 stunning photos from Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia I published earlier.
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