If you’re planning a trip to Bolivia, chances are you’ll want to experience the world’s largest salt flat; Salar de Uyuni. Read more here: http://www.bolivianlife.com/bolivia-salt-flats-tour-with-red-planet-expedition/ #travel
The Salar de Uyuni (Bolovia) is the largest salt flat in the world. This surreal and unusual natural phenomenon is the result of a giant prehistoric lake (Lake Minchin) that dried about 40.000 years ago. La Isla del Pescado full of giant cactuses it is the only sign of life in miles, apart from thousands of flamingos that spend here several months to breed.
the salinas grandes, argentina Deep in the desert, you might think this massive dried-up lake is a field of snow-- but upon closer inspection it becomes a 80-square-mile salt flat that glistens like a giant mirror when it rains. The Salinas Grandes are difficult to get to, but people will probably start making the trek once they're over Bolivia's Salar de Uyuni salt flats, which are much more well-known and heavily touristed.