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Stations in Uyuni  

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Uyuni at a glance

High season

Dec - Feb
Place you can't miss
El Salar de Uyuni
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When travelling to Uyuni be sure to brace yourself for the otherworldliness that will meet you. What occupies the city’s tourists are the world’s largest salt flats, called the Salar de Uyuni. While Uyuni is often called the gateway city to Chile, the rainy seasons bring the gates of heaven to Earth. The endless horizon of the reflective salt flats, the extreme altitude (12,000 feet above sea level), and the migrating flamingos are enough to attract the thousands that visit every year.

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