Parque Nacional Avaroa

December 21, 2008  •  Leave a Comment
The trip from Uyuni to the Salar continued for two more days to the Chilean border, passing through vast open landscapes. The area is extremely dry and barren and except for tourism there is virtually no human activity. The area includes several colored lakes, a huge population of flamingos and dozens of volcanos (a few of them still active), weird rock formations, geysers and hot springs.These 4 days through Southwest Bolivia was quite an experience. The ride is a bit rough and accommodation is very basic, but the scenery is hard to beat. Full album here.

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