La Magia De Uyuni

Address: Calle Colon 432, Uyuni, Bolivia | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Calle Colon 432, Uyuni, is near Sajama National Park, Archaeological Museum, and Jhaneth Tours.
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      Travel Blogs from Uyuni

      The uyuni salt flats

      A travel blog entry by dragonfly911 on Apr 10, 2015

      1 comment, 19 photos

      ... to the train graveyard. One of the major tourist attractions of uyuni is an antique train cemetery. It is located 3 km outside Uyuni and is connected to it by the old train tracks. The town served in the past as a distribution hub for the trains carrying minerals on their way to the Pacific Ocean ports. The train lines were built by British engineers who arrived near the end of the 19th century and formed a sizable community in Uyuni. The rail construction started ...

      Salar de Uyuni

      A travel blog entry by kayna on Mar 23, 2015

      71 photos

      ... we needed after a day in the mines! The blankets were, however, plentiful, and the breakfast was good. We even had a fried egg each. Luxury!

      Ken had done a load of research into good Salar de Uyuni tour companies before we arrived. As there are over 80 companies, this was a bit difficult. None of them are perfect. When we got off the bus at Uyuni, we saw one of those which was consistently rated as good, called Thiago Tours, so we talked ...

      Salt flats

      A travel blog entry by laura_paddy on Mar 13, 2015

      9 photos

      ... to see the old trains all lined up, some with quite entertaining graffiti. Once Paddy had finished explaining the details of steam power we headed to Colchani, a tiny village on the edge of the salt flats set up for salt production and also selling tat to tourists! We had lunch in a little house made from condensed blocks of salt- v. cool, but lunch pretty pants. Next we were on to the salt flat, wet underfoot from the rain the previous night, ...

      Uyuni and the salt flats

      A travel blog entry by lolly81 on Feb 27, 2015

      20 photos

      ... sight to see. Before we reached the border we made our last stop at the natural hot springs to rest our weary bodies. I've been to a few hot springs in South America but this was by far my favourite. A lot smaller than some however the surroundings and the fact that it is more natural than the others (the others were more like swimming pools) made this one of my highlights of our short tour. Late morning we arrived at the Bolivian/Chilean and crossed over in to San Pedro, ...

      Salt flats

      A travel blog entry by rmalpass on Feb 21, 2015

      We arrived in Uyuni after an overnight bus at around 8am. After talking to our friend from England who did the same journey as us but on another bus, it appeared that we had a better deal. His bus broke down so he had to spend the 12 hour overnight bus sitting on the floor in the aisle! Our initial aim in Uyuni was to book a tour that left on the day we arrived. Unfortunately after enquiring at several tour companies, there was no space in ...