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Uyuni Tours & Lakes 3 Days


Uyuni Tours and Lakes 3 Days Overview

Uyuni Tours and Lakes allows knowing attractions of this region have created a natural surrealist landscape. The sandy desert panorama is the backdrop to a wealth of natural and cultural attractions visited by thousands of people each year. Coloured lakes, geysers, various species of flamingos, and Andean fauna all contribute to making this area a unique natural wonder of the world.


Uyuni Tours and Lakes 3 Days  Itinerary

Day 1: Uyuni – Uyuni Salt Flat – Tahua (Or Colchani)

Pick up from the hotel, bus station or airport.
10:00 am We begin by visiting the train cemetery, then the village of Colchani where we can find a variety of handicrafts made of salt. We can also see piles of salt and the “eyes” of the salt flat (small pools where water has risen to the surface).
We visit Incahuasi Island, famous for its giant cacti and from where we can enjoy an incomparable view of the surrounding area. We have lunch in a restaurant on the island or a picnic on the salt flats.
In the afternoon we cross the salt flats towards Tunupa volcano, arriving at the village of Chandani where we can visit an interesting local museum before enjoying the sunset with a delicious wine.
Dinner and overnight in the hotel around the salt flat.


 Day 2: Tahua Or Colchani – Ojo De Perdiz

Breakfast in the hotel.
08:00 am We leave Tahua or Colchani and visit the Cave of Galaxies with its amazing coral formations, formed over thousands of years. We also visit the Devil’s Cave which houses some important archaeological remains. On our way south we pass the small lakes of Cañapa, Hedionda, Honda, Chiarkhota and Ramaditas. Box lunch en route.
Dinner and overnight in the Tayka Hotel, Ojo de Perdiz or similar. (heating, featherbedding, hot water, private bathroom).


Day 3: Ojo De Perdiz – Red Lake – Green Lake – Uyuni Or Hito Cajón

Breakfast in the hotel.
05:30 am Leave Ojo de Perdiz and head to the Siloli Desert. We visit the Stone Tree, the majestic Red Lake, the impressive Sol de Mañana geysers, and the thermal baths at Polques.
We visit the Dali desert, so-called because of the variety of colours in its landscape, then end the tour of these wonders of nature by visiting the Green Lake.
Passengers continuing to San Pedro de Atacama will be transferred to the border at Hito Cajon before midday in order to arrive in time to catch the bus to San Pedro de Atacama.
Passengers returning to Uyuni will visit the Valley of Rocks and the villages of Kulpina and San Cristobal. We will enjoy a box lunch In route. Transfer to hotel, airport, or bus station on arrival in Uyuni.


What to Bring:

  • Sunglasses, Sun hat
  • Chocolates, sweets
  • Sunblock and  Warm clothes (light)
  • Gloves, Scarf, Earmuffs
  • Binoculars, Camera
  • Comfortable walking shoes, Waterproof jacket for the rain (depending on the season)
  • Take everything in a rucksack



  • Pick up from the hotel, bus station or airport in Uyuni
  • Private transportation 4 x 4
  • 01 vehicle  for 1 to 5 passengers and 02 vehicles for 6 to 10 passengers for programs with a bilingual guide
  • 01 vehicle for 1 to 6 passengers  and 02 vehicles for 7 to 10 passengers for programs without  a bilingual guide
  • Private bilingual (English/Sanish) guide AS SPECIFIED IN PRICING GRID
  • Food mentioned in the itinerary
  • 01 small bottle of water 500 cc per person per day
  • Accommodation in double or twin room
  • Entrances to the sites mentioned (Incahuasi Island, Chantani Museum, Cave of Galaxies, Eduardo Abaroa reserve)
  • Transfer to airport, hotel, or bus station in Uyuni
  • Transfer to Hito Cajón for passengers who are crossing into Chile (3rd day)
  • * COVID protocols

Doesn’t Include:

  • Transport La Paz – Uyuni – La Paz
  • Guide in any language other than English
  • Tips
  • Personal expenses
  • Travel insurance
  • Food not mentioned
  • Services not mentioned


Rates per Person in US$ (Private Service)

Rates Without Guide

Passengers 1 Pax
2 Pax
3 Pax
4 Pax
1st Night 2nd Night Category
Tayka de sal / tayka de Piedra Eco Hotel Flamencos Tourist 1472 821 627 587 431
cristal samaña Eco Hotel Flamencos Tourist 1401 812 639 579 472
Tambo Coquessa Tayka del Desierto Tourist 1505 840 645 607 402
palacio de sal Tayka del Desierto Tourist Sup./Tourist 1543 849 638 617 464
Luna Salada Mallku Cueva Tourist Sup./Tourist 1527 859 NA 640 380

Rates With Guide

Passengers 1 Pax
2 Pax
3 Pax
4 Pax
1st Night 2nd Night Category
Tayka de sal / tayka de Piedra Eco Hotel Flamencos Tourist 1753 961 720 658 498
cristal samaña Eco Hotel Flamencos Tourist 1708 968 745 665 551
Tambo Coquessa Tayka del Desierto Tourist 1783 979 738 677 468
palacio de sal Tayka del Desierto Tourist Sup./Tourist 1849 1004 744 702 538
Luna Salada Mallku Cueva Tourist Sup./Tourist 1805 998 NA 696 446

*Child rate applies to under 8 years old and sharing room with 2 adults.SWB: single room; DWB: double room; TWB: triple room; CHD: Child rate

We accept all credit and debit cards.

Terms and Conditions

Terms & Conditions

Our Rates:

  • Rates in American Dollars (US$)
  • Rates for children apply under 8 years old.
  1. In order to improve the service, may change the order of the tours.
  2. The programs have been quoted in the standard room category of the hotels. For higher categories, consult your sales executive.
  3. The check-in and checkout schedules are set by each hotel. Usually, the rooms are available for entry between 12:00 m. and 3:00 p.m., and departure must be before 12:00 p.m. Subsequent departures may mean additional charges. it is important to follow the recommendations of the attendant who accompanies them at the time of check-in at the hotel and/or ask at the hotel the respective schedules in case it´s not published in reception.
  4. The requirements of double rooms (double or twin), triple rooms, extra beds, cots are subject to confirmation.
  5. The triple rooms in some destinations and hotels are composed of 2 double beds, which means sharing these beds.
  6. The tourists are obliged to conduct themselves respecting the rights of the people, the environment, the cultural and natural heritage of the nation, as well as the multi-ethnic conditions of Peruvian.


We recommend passengers get trip cancellation, travel repatriation, and international medical insurances to cover any inconveniences that may arise during the trip. We also urge them to check with their doctor to update vaccines and review medical concerns regarding international travel.

Air Tickets

Prices of air tickets are subject to change without previous notice until their final issuance. Flight schedules are subject to change by the airline companies up until the day of the flight. Additional restrictions, limitations, penalties and/or specific conditions may be placed by the airlines.

Luggage & Liabilities

We recommend that all of the guests arrive in Bolivia with their own travel insurance and that it covers lost luggage.

We cannot be held responsible for:
* Baggage lost or delayed during international or domestic flights.
*Lost carry-on items, handbags, or personal articles.
*Items forgotten by guests at hotels, vehicles or venues, or during tours.

We recommend our guests not to include any valuable items in their checked baggage during land transfers.

COVID Protocols

New COVID Protocols

We reinvented ourselves to look after you!

  1. All transfers to and from the airport or station are still operated as a private service.
  2. In Bolivia we are keeping our policy of private service. Our guides are trained to seek adequate spaces when guiding the group.
  3. Our guides, support staff and drivers have been trained to maintain an adequate distance from other groups of tourists during visits to attractions.
  4. Guides, support staff and drivers will use masks at all times during any service provided to tourists.
  5. All our vehicles have alcohol gel on board and tourists are required to use it before getting in and out of the vehicle.
  6. All our vehicles carry an oxygen tank, in case of emergency.
  7. We request that our clients also use a mask during the excursions; help us to look after those who are looking after you.
  8. At the end of each service, vehicles and equipment will be thoroughly washed and disinfected.
  9. We have restructured our services, offering more outdoor experiences and minimizing wherever possible visits to enclosed spaces.
  10. We have agreed strict protocols of cleaning and disinfection of equipment, surfaces and staff with all our providers of accommodation and catering, such as hotels, lodges, and restaurants, among others. Staff will use gloves and masks, anyone handling food will also wear a hat.
  11. We look after you from start to finish; from the moment you contact us, providing you with current, reliable, trustworthy information about attractions to visit, accommodation, food, climate, appropriate health protocols in each destination, etc; during the booking process we offer secure payment options and very competitive rates, we believe that we offer the best value for money; and from the start of your trip, in an airport, station or wherever you begin your experience, until your departure, there is a travel specialist to look after you, your health, and in the event of an emergency can get in touch with your loved ones back home; it’s therefore important you provide us with a contact number in your country of origin.
  12. We are applying all of the above measures. If there is anything further you would like us to do, please feel free to ask when you reserve, we would be happy to accommodate any request you have.

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    Travel Policies Update 2021 – 2022

    The Peruvian Government has taken the following measurements to fight against the COVID-19:

    • It’s optional the use of masks in opened spaces and closed spaces with ventilation.
    • It’s mandatory the use of a KN95 mask or, otherwise, a surgical mask with three folds and on top a cloth face mask, in health establishments, ground transportation service vehicles of people and closed spaces without ventilation.
    • In the case of restaurants or similar in closed spaces without ventilation, masks can only be retired at the moment of food ingestion.
    • It’s mandatory their use for people with respiratory symptoms, in both opened and closed spaces.
    • Peruvians and foreign residents of 12 or more years, whose final destination is the national territory as passengers and regardless of their country of origin, must accredit to have applied the three (3) doses of the vaccine against COVID-19 in Peru or abroad.
    • Nonresident foreigners whose final destination is the national territory as passengers, must be vaccinated according to the scheme of their country of origin. If they don’t count with the mentioned vaccine, they can present a negative molecular test with a result date no older than 48 hours before boarding in their point of origin.
    • Minors under 12 years old just required to be asymptomatic to board.
    • Those people who show symptoms when arriving to national territory must enter a mandatory isolation, according to regulations on the matter.
    • The Peruvian sanitary authority its empowered to take diagnostic tests for the COVID-19 to the passengers that arrive to the country, establishing the complementary sanitary measures for the positive cases.
    • These measures are valid according to the SUPREME DECRETE N° 118-2022-PCM (link)


    Peru Agency applies more flexible booking policies.

    • In case of COVID infection, no penalty will be applied with proof of this information.

    This gives you more time to make decisions about your future trip, and the security of knowing that if for any reason you need to rearrange your trip, we are here to help you! In addition, We have a very attractive group’s policy, for groups of 8 or more people, the ninth passenger goes free.

    We are open from Monday to Friday, 9 am to 6 pm, Peruvian time (UTC -5).
    Call us on: TOLL FREE: +1-855-774-7036, by Waap +51 932 344 724 or email:


    Update – Lima, october 4, 2022(PROMPERÚ)