Hotel Jardines de Uyuni

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

Bolivia - Unyi

A travel blog entry by mattcoopers on Aug 02, 2014

*Salya de Unyi (Salt flats)- We wanted to visit the salt flats from Santa Cruz, via Potosi (a small mining town), but there had been some strikes on the salt flat tours and we didn't want to get stuck in the cold quiet town of Unyi, waiting for a tour. Instead, we went straight to Lapaz, and did an overnight tour from there, down to the salt flats. It was a bit of a mission for a day tour, but worth checking them out. A 3 day tour included a couple of lakes as well, but we ...

So cold so very cold but totally worth it

A travel blog entry by travelandtalk on Jul 14, 2014

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So it turns out that the planning that went into this little trip from my side was not without it's flaws. The reason that there is no heating in Bolivia (well anywhere that I have been) is because most of the year it is actually quite pleasant. The two months that it is not are June and July, so I am in the world's highest country in winter.
That aside, El Salar de Uyuni and the surrounding área is ...

Ridiculously beautiful and cold

A travel blog entry by kirstinf on Jul 06, 2014

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... and I'm convinced it got that low. Inside the hotel room with an old fashioned radiator I slept with merino leggings and singlet and long sleeve, plus alpaca socks, inside my silk liner and 4 season sleeping bag...... Today was our excursion out to the salt flats and the very first thing I noticed when I got into the 4x4 was the Kiwi on the dashboard, oh it made me homesick! We stopped at the town of Colchani on the edge of ...

Bolivia Part One: Just Deserts

A travel blog entry by nicoleloser on Jun 30, 2014

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... same time, do not expect a sober waiter in a restaurant or a bus driver who does not drive like a maniac, or any type of service with a smile for that matter. A kind of organised chaos exists in Bolivia, and it completely baffles yet mesmerizes first world natives.

As for me, I immediately felt right at home in this country. Infrastructure is poor, efficiency is a myth and the people dont give two hoots about it, strikes are the order of the day, and ...

The largest, saltiest, salt flats in the world

A travel blog entry by dan_and_casey on Jun 28, 2014

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... Needless to say we were relieved to see the back of that bus when we arrived in Uyuni!

We went straight to a tour agency in Uyuni to organise a one day tour of the salt flats (to cater for Laura's tight schedule - Casey and I will probably return and take the salt flats route to Chile) that would be departing in a few hours. We spent the wait time in the promised 'heated office', which consisted of a useless little reflective heater ...