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Usually the first stop inside the Eduardo Avaroa national reserve. It's an incredible view when the algal blooms turn the water red and a great place to get some pictures of the flamingos that live in this area.
The color and the flamingo’s make this a nice visit. It is planned as a lunch stop for many tours which give you plenty of time for taking nice shots. A good zoom lens will be beneficial for the flamingo’s. Although it was stated that...More
4,800 meters above sea level... i tried to walk towards laguna colorada from the guest house it was less than 2 km walk with flat ground and i am struggling with my breathing!!! It was the hardest walk i have ever done. It is beautiful...More
We visited Laguna Colorada with Red Planet Expeditions during our 3 day Salt Flats tour. This is another absolutely amazing place, full of colour and flamingos. We would definitely recommend visiting this area of Bolivia. We are so happy we decided to take the 3...More
We arrived there early in the morning to catch the sun rising over the lagoon and watch the mountain and water change colour which was incredible. The amount of flamingos was fantastic; just beautiful.
The Red Lake is so called due to the colour created by droppings from the many thousands of flamingos which inhabit this waterway. The views are amazing and you can move around various parts of the lake to get a different perspective.
There are many agencies, most offering very similar trips. A quick search through the Internet will help you find one, and with all the comments and best guides (the most important aspect: the guide) Along your jeep tour... More
There are many agencies, most offering very similar trips. A quick search through the Internet will help you find one, and with all the comments and best guides (the most important aspect: the guide) Along your jeep tour you'll see dozens of tours along with yours. And they form a sort of cartel. I booked a tour in one agencie and, as my friend got sick, they put me in another tour. Everything was great, but you don't really control everything when traveling through Bolivia.