Exploring Bolivia’s Altiplano: Laguna Verde and Laguna Colorada

We got up early the next morning and headed out to continue our exploration of the altiplano.

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The border to Chile:

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LAGUNA COLORADA
It is a breeding place for Andean flamingos migratory birds that are counted by thousands in their mineral-rich waters.

 

Laguna Homif

LAGUNA VERDE
Laguna Verde is a saltwater lagoon in the high Andes of Bolivia, located in the Eduardo Avaroa Andean Fauna National Reserve in the highlands of the department of Potosí, near the border with Chile.

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Entering Reserva National de Fauna Andina Eduardo Avaroa… basically nothing in the middle of Nowhere, Boliva.

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ÁRBOL DE PIEDRA
The Stone Tree, which was declared a natural monument, is a geomorphological formation of the rocky mushroom type due to the erosion of the wind that stands out from a set of volcanic rocks of different figures located in a sandy area, Siloli desert, at the entrance of the National Reserve of Andean Fauna Eduardo Avaroa in the southwest of Bolivia, located in the department of Potosí, Bolivia.

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