Turtle, Ecuador

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1 Review

  • Reviewed October 2018

    Beautiful Bolivia

    There are areas of Bolivia that are outstanding and I feel very unique in the world. It was so satisfying and enjoyable travelling around the Alti Plano, it is out of this world.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    Uyuni was wonderful. It isn't all salt pan. In fact we only spent one day on salt pan. That was what made it so wonderful. We went to see the salt and saw so much extra interesting stuff. Thoroughly enjoyed the company and support of the drivers and local tour guide. Treated exceptionally and all told had an unforgettable time there. Sand, Salt, Rocks, Grass land, Lagoons, Wildlife (including rabbits with long tails but forgot their name), Flamingoes (lots) and LLamas/Alpacas/Vicuna.

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Marco was trying very hard. He speaks very good English.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    Be ready to go slowly in Altiplano. Its high and less oxygen. You can experience a lethargy, but I don't remember any of our group having altitude sickness. But this isn't a walking holiday so relaxed is ok. I remember some of the group getting sun burnt so cover up and use sun screen. There is lots of opportunity for photography so keep equipped with all cards and batteries.

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    Uyuni and the Altiplano is must see place in the world. theres nothing like it.