Salar de Uyuni
Ever wonder what it's like to summit Mount Everest? Now's your chance to find out.
Covering 4,633 square miles, Uyuni is the world's largest salt flat. Lonely Planet says it sits at 11,985 feet above sea
The otherworldly visions below look like the strange lovechild of National Geographic and Tim Burton. Mundane objects transform
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These salt flats in Bolivia are a natural wonder that are not only awe-inspiring, but also seem to be the best place to play
...and to be silly... ...and to explore. Pull up a chair and stay awhile! The Salar de Uyuni was created when a prehistoric
This isn't the first hotel constructed from its surroundings, though it may be one of the most interesting. Sweden has an
In these doppelganger skyscapes, we seemed to fly among dark brooding shapes formed by far-off mountains and their reflections, skim over the tops of cloud ranges and plow into textured heavens.
The Salar de Uyuni--one of the most breathtaking sights in the world--consists of some 4,633 square miles of salt and a train