Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia. These 4,086 square miles in southwest Bolivia make up the world’s largest salt flat. The vast and incredibly flat plains and clear skies of Salar de Uyuni make it both one of the most famous “natural mirrors” on the planet, as well as an ideal altimeter calibration site for Earth observation satellites. Read more about everything South America has to offer on theculturetrip.com
Salar de Uyuni: The biggest Mirror in world Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia is the largest salt flat in the world, which was formed as a result of geological transformation of some prehistoric lakes. It is covered by an almost flat layer of crust which is a source of brine and lithium. Indeed, if you visit Bolivia, you cannot resist this attraction. It is also a breeding place for flamingoes and it is surrounded by state of the art tourist amenities.