This magnificent natural wonder is known to be the largest salt flat in the world. About 40,000 years ago, this arid area used to be a part of a lake that covered a swath of the Andes mountain range, the spine of South America. The crusty salt covers a surface of 10, 582 km and is at an elevation of 3,656 meters above sea level and you won’t get to see trees here very often as you go up.
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Born and raised in Manila, Andrei Oliver Parlade is a Filipino-American who never forgets his roots. He's a writer, explorer, history buff, linguist, freelance content contributor and producer, turtle-lover, proud pit bull daddy, a US Navy Veteran, and a lifelong learner. He has been to over 50 countries, and all 7 continents and continues to pursue infinite possibilities. Join him, and his arf-venture buddy, Seizo in their quest to see the sun, and moon; to chase the horizon and rest in cities, mountains, ice, and sand.