The world’s largest salt flat is one of nature’s most beautiful miracles that can provide you an out-of-this-world experience without making you leave Earth.
Located in southwest Bolivia, Salar de Uyuni spreads to incredible 4,086 square miles which makes it the largest phenomenon of this kind. It was made from several prehistorical lakes that disappeared over the years leaving a thick layer of salt on the bottom. When the rainy season comes and the salt layer gets covered in water, it starts to reflect the surface, creating the breathtaking illusion of a heavenly landscape.
It gets especially interesting on a cloudy day when the sky is reflected in the salt flat, giving you an unique opportunity to take a walk in the clouds with your both feet on the ground. No wonder thousands of tourists rush from all corners of the globe to take pictures of this natural illusion…Here’s a taste of heaven captured in some of the most creative photographs taken at Salar de Uyuni letting you enjoy this amazing landscape elevated 11,995 feet above the sea level.