The area boasts of the world’s largest salt flat in the world as well as plenty of minerals but to travellers and tourists, the area is one of the best photography destinations in South America. Photographers flock this area just to take shots of the beautiful landscape. The best season to capture photos in this area is the dry season because of its limitless horizon perspective. The wet season or wet season is also perfect because of the dali inspired reflective photographs that make even the most amateur photographers look seniors.
The salt flats are often part of a 3-4 day Bolivian tour that includes stops at some breathtaking destinations like the salt hotel that will blow you away. In the dry season, you get a vast expanse of land while in the wet season, the plains flood creating a mirror effect. The reflection of the sky on the flat water give a very spectacular view of the entire area making it a photographer’s dream destination. Simply put, this is one of the most beautiful and picturesque destinations on the continent of rightful deserving a place on our list of the top 10 destinations South America.
The best time to visit Salar de Uyuni is dependent on what you’re looking for. For the best weather it’s best to visit between July and October. But if you want to see the reflective surface your best bet it between March and April