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Planning a trip to Uyuni, Bolivia

27th Mar to 31st Mar, 2024Moderate Budget Flight
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Things to do in Uyuni in March

Day 1 - Thursday 28th, Mar
morning -

Arrive at Uyuni Joya Andina Airport and check into the hotel.

afternoon -

Visit Museo Casa de Sal for a unique experience exploring the history of salt production in Uyuni.

evening -

Enjoy a traditional Bolivian dinner at Minuteman Pizza, known for its local cuisine and cozy atmosphere.

Day 2 - Friday 29th, Mar
morning -

Embark on a tour of the mesmerizing Uyuni Salt Flats, the largest salt flat in the world, and take in the breathtaking landscape

afternoon -

Explore the Isla Incahuasi, an island in the middle of the salt flats known for its giant cacti and panoramic views

evening -

Indulge in a hearty Bolivian meal at Mi Pueblo, a charming restaurant offering authentic local dishes.

Day 3 - Saturday 30th, Mar
morning -

Discover the Train Cemetery, a fascinating collection of old, rusting trains that reflects the history of Uyuni.

afternoon -

Stroll through the bustling Uyuni Market to experience the vibrant local culture and sample authentic street food.

evening -

Savor a delicious dinner at La Cabaña del Tata, a cozy restaurant offering traditional Bolivian cuisine.

Day 4 - Sunday 31st, Mar
morning -

Take a leisurely walk around the charming streets of Uyuni to soak in the local atmosphere before departing.

afternoon -

Enjoy a farewell lunch at Osteria Nonna Tina, a cozy Italian restaurant with a warm ambiance.

evening -

Depart from Uyuni Joya Andina Airport for the return journey to Cartagena.

Weather in Uyuni in Invalid date
Avg Temp-3°C to 21°C
Chance of Rain10%

The weather in Uyuni in March is typically dry and sunny, with little chance of rain or snow. Temperatures can range from around -3°C at night to 14°C during the day. So we are suggesting you pack accordingly.

Travel eSims for Bolivia

*Travel eSims are a great way to stay connected while travelling. They are easy to set up online, no need to visit a store, and can be used in multiple countries. They are a data saver compared to international roaming and are compatible with most phones.

Things to Carry on your trip to Uyuni

Clothing & Apparel

Long-sleeved shirt -

To protect from the sun and cold nights.

Warm jacket -

Temperatures can drop at night.

Comfortable pants -

For exploring the salt flats.

Comfortable shoes -

For walking on the salt flats.

Hat -

To protect from the sun.

Sunglasses -

To protect from the bright sun.

Scarf -

To protect from the sun and wind.

Gloves -

To protect from the cold.


Camera -

To capture the amazing scenery.

Tripod -

For stable photos.

First-aid kit -

For minor injuries.

Sunscreen -

To protect from the strong sun.

Insect repellent -

To keep away mosquitoes.

Headlamp -

For exploring the salt flats at night.

Essentials & Must Haves

Passport and visa -

Required for entry into Bolivia.

Travel insurance -

To protect against unexpected events.

Cash and credit cards -

For purchases and emergencies.

Water bottle -

To stay hydrated.

Snacks -

To keep energy levels up.

Toiletries -

For personal hygiene.

Good to have

Binoculars -

For wildlife viewing.

Drone -

For aerial photography.

Power bank -

To keep electronics charged.

Travel towel -

For drying off after swimming.

Book or e-reader -

For entertainment.


Smartphone -

For communication and navigation.

Laptop or tablet -

For work or entertainment.

Camera -

To capture the amazing scenery.

Headphones -

For listening to music or podcasts.

Travel adapter -

To connect electronics to local outlets.

Good to Knows

Payment Options -

Cash and credit cards are commonly accepted.


Local Experiences in Uyuni, Bolivia

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