La Petite Porte

742 Avenida Ferroviaria entre c. Colombia y c. Loa, Uyuni, 23465, Bolivia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 742 Avenida Ferroviaria entre c. Colombia y c. Loa, Uyuni, is near Sajama National Park, Archaeological Museum, and Jhaneth Tours.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLa Petite Porte Uyuni

Reviewed by hansieryder

Beautiful, unlike the rest of Uyuni

Reviewed Feb 14, 2013
by (6 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

We stepped through the tiny door into this lovely French run place. Christophe the owner was very personable and friendly. Our room was warm, the beds were comfy, the bathroom was beautifully tiled with ample scalding water. No internet to speak of but we are in Uyuni so this is to be expected. e had a horrid early flight so Christophe offered to make us a takeaway breakfast, which turned out to be excellent egg and bacon sandwiches, yogurt and nice juice, and some biscuits. Would definitely recommend this place. Just on the edge of town and quiet.

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TripAdvisor Reviews La Petite Porte Uyuni

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Travel Blogs from Uyuni

So cold so very cold but totally worth it

A travel blog entry by travelandtalk on Jul 14, 2014

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... and railway line, and a warm thermal spring bath that was very much appreciated I can assure you.
The tour's finale is a sunrise moring on El Salar de Uyuni, 2000 square miles of white desert with natural moonesque hexagon shapes on the land. We were lucky enough to have a clear morning, meaning a perfect sunrise was mixed with the stars and a full moon, it was a magical experience like no other.


Bolivia Part One: Just Deserts

A travel blog entry by nicoleloser on Jun 30, 2014

101 photos

... means that the woman is marrried, while a hat worn at an angle signifies that the woman is single or widdowed.

There is something intangibly unique about this country of traditions, myths and folklore. The Inca gods, Pachamama (Mother Earth) and Inti (the god of the sun) still play a very prominent role in the everyday lives of the people, as do sacrifices, love potions and good luck charms. I cannot think of a country where the amulgamation of ...

The largest, saltiest, salt flats in the world

A travel blog entry by dan_and_casey on Jun 28, 2014

23 photos

... volcanic puddles, which apparently claim the cars and lives of some unsuspecting drivers who are unfamiliar with the area.

In Uyuni, we grabbed some drinks with the other Australians that we had met on the short tour while watching a football game in a warm restaurant, before braving the cold with a street-pizza and boarding our bus back to La Paz. We were slightly more prepared this time - wearing everything we owned - but still bloody cold!

Salar de Uyuni

A travel blog entry by gahanoverseas on Jun 22, 2014

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... in La Paz.....suckers'. Our salt flat tour starts tomorrow, the food is nothing worth mentioning in town, so no report there, we head home to bed in a room with a heater that keeps putting out sparks from the powerpoint...scary ****...better turn that off tonight and freeze to death instead...the desert is bloody cold! 23 June 2014 A 10am start moves to an 11am start after our original (no English speaking guide) sadly has a family ...


A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Jun 07, 2014

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... front, as 2 at the back, 3 in the middle. As my Spanish is best it made sense anyway as I did the translations – Miguel the driver didn’t speak English and in fact didn’t volunteer much info at all, but did respond with good info when I asked questions.

While waiting for dinner to cook, we headed back onto the salt for some stargazing, though no insight was provided by Miguel – as usual just sat ...