Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia is a magical place: When covered by water, the world's largest salt flat becomes a mirror, and anyone walking across it appears to be walking on clouds. The salt crust, which covers 10 583 square kilometres in southwestern Bolivia at 11,995 feet above sea level, is nearly flat, which makes it ideal for calibrating the altimeters of satellites. Salar de Uyuni's origins lie in prehistoric lakes; it is a major breeding ground for several species of flamingos.
Salkantay Trek to Machu Picchu. The trek follows the Salkantay Glacier, walking from mountain passes of more than 4,000m to warm high jungle landscapes. Great option for those who want to reach Machu Picchu and come into contact with the diverse Andean nature.
Mount Roraima (2,810 m/9,219 feet) is the highest of tepuis, sandstone mesas (table mountains) scattered across the Guyana Highlands of northeastern South America. This impressive geological formation, one of the world's oldest, is shared by Venezuela, Guyana and Brazil.
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Lake Titicaca, Peru Lake Titicaca is traditionally a sacred place in Incan history. It is a beautiful lake at an elevation of 3800 meters high. It's close to other attractions, such as Macchu Picchu and the town of Cusco. Lake Titicaca is a good place to camp and backpack, and is a natural border between Peru and Bolivia. The average depth of the lake is about 350, which is really deep, and is 118 miles long, and 50 miles wide.