There are a few places on Earth with a look as mesmerizing as the Bolivian Salt Flats. For most of these images, we can distinguish between the sky and the Earth only because of people standing on the ground, other than that these flats do happen to be the largest natural mirror on the planet. This amazing place is located in Southern Bolivia near the country’s Tunupa volcano and covers an area of roughly 11,000 square kilometers.
The region also happens to be rich in lithium and currently supplies nearly half of the world’s supply. It is a popular destination for tourists, but a five-star experience in terms of luxury won’t be waiting for you, though one with nature sure would welcome everyone.
Tourists generally stay with peasant families without access to running hot water, electricity and with outhouses used as bathrooms. Must be quite a trip, I’ll say.