Hotel Jardines de Uyuni

Ave Potosi 113, Uyuni, Bolivia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Uyuni

42. Uyuni - say cheese

A travel blog entry by kesvic2013

... sun rising in the background. There is one artificial vertical geyser to take some of the pressure off the other wild ones. I didn't really notice the eggy smell but I think that's just because I've spent so much time with Victoria. Before we made a start on the journey back we stopped at some hot springs where we had the pool to ourselves. These didn't actually have a sulphur smell as they were heated by veins from the volcano. The ...

A journey to the end of the world...

A travel blog entry by sarahrtw

... turns the water red. It was phenomenal.

Later in the day, as were driving through the Atacama desert, we stopped for photos at the stone tree. This is a strange rock formation, eroded by the wind and rain. It features in Salvador Dali's work, despite him never seeing it in person!

The last sight of the day were the Sol de Maņana geysers, at 5000m above sea level. The volcanoes which connect to these geysers are still considered active, so there was a lot of gas ...

The Magical Bolivian Desert

A travel blog entry by the5wynns


... of the more then seventy companies in town, we settled on Red Planet Expedition. Next, knowing the trip would take us far from civilization, we stalked up on toilet paper and snacks, withdrew our last batch of Bolivianos to exchange for Chilean pesos at the border, had our laundry done at a laundromat around the corner and brought our passports to the local immigration office for Bolivian exit stamps, as we would not find another office before entering Chile. By Sunday evening, we ...

Vast Emptyness

A travel blog entry by bryanfennell


... that has nothing in it and is completely flat! This is a great place to get photos as many of our friends have done so in the past. Sadly on this morning the flats were flooded. The water was about ankle deep across the entire flats. That didn't stop the driver cruising on up to the hotel in the middle of the flats. Hotel would be a loose term here, its made entirely from salt and has no water and no electricity.


Rough ride to Uyuni

A travel blog entry by jdtrip


... from what is, as I said, a frontier town which now only exists to cater for the tourism trade. After all, beyond Uyuni lie the salt flats then there's nothing until the Chilean border.

Aside note:

Denise's Japanese and French is coming along nicely. It's just a shame we're travelling in Spanish and Portuguese speaking countries... Many an unsuspecting Bolivian has received a Japanese or French response to their query. We'll get ...

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This hotel, located on Ave Potosi 113, Uyuni, is near Sajama National Park, Archaeological Museum, and Jhaneth Tours.
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