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3,000 vats of salt support the economy in this area. Salty water that runs down from the mountain is woven through the vats with irrigation. When the water evaporates it leaves white salt on the top, pink salt in the middle and brown salt on...More
This was amazing. It's important to know the history and the details of how this site operates to have context. Plan to buy some salt that is sold on site - just remember it will add more weight than you might expect to your luggage!
My fiance and I did the ATV tour to the salt mines and it was incredible! Javier and Sandro were great guides and absolutely saved us in a bind. My fiance forgot to bring sunglasses and had trouble seeing through the dust - Javier gave...More
After seeing endless archeological sites, this is really a fascinating change. Still actively used today as it was centuries ago, this individually owned salt terraces still get salt from an unlikely underground water source that bring salt laden water to the surface that is then...More
What an interesting place, still run by many individual families to produce a variety of salt types, pink, flower and normal salt. The source of the salt is from a naturally salty spring and is worth a visit if you are in the area. A...More
I guess I was skeptical a place like this would be worth seeing. They allow you to walk down and into the salt mines and if your car is down in the city/valley below you can hike all the way down. Make sure you get...More
I found this tour company online and was misguided by the positive reviews of their tours. The reviews that I read are inaccurate and do not reflect the poor experience I had.
I booked my tour of Rainbow Mountain with Javier Ayala who met me...More