Off the beaten track: Bolivia’s Salt Plains

Where the ground stars and the sky begins, you might never be able to tell in the Bolivian Salt Flats. Near the famous Tunupa Volcano, it’s the largest salt desert in the world, and 3,600 m above sea low. So why venture there? The spooky and stunning scenery will create some of the most envy inducing photos amongst your friends, while for just $15 per day, you can bunk with locals, getting a truly one off experience. Salt Flats 1Image via @ psyberartist

Salt flats 3Image via @ ComicPie

salt flats 2 salt flatsThe Salt Flats as seen from space

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