The Salt Hotel in Tayka is one of the stays on the world’s hotels barring the ice constructions in Scandinavia or Canada. Because of the dryness and lack of precipitation the hotel itself stays intact with only a modicum of maintenance needed to spruce it up ready for your arrival.
The Parador in Santa Maria, Sucre province portrays a Spanish presence that began in 1524 with typical Andalusia arches and colonial fittings common to many buildings in this part of the world.
Again, we emphasise that at this altitude (over 9,000ft, 3,000m) there is a clear need to stay somewhere which is comfortable and weather-proof. The hotels that we’ve sourced for this tour takes those considerations into account. Groups embarking on this tour and our other tours are rightly introduced to economies of scale that accompany the numbers involved.
The Girasoles in Uyuni has magnificent views over the town not to mention its convenient position as a launch pad to see the nearby salt plains.
THE COMPLETE BOLIVIA!