The World’s Largest Salt Flats, You’ll Want To Visit ASAP.
Come the rainy season, which actually isn’t all that wet — at most, a few inches per month — the flats receive a thin coating of water.
This offers a striking visual for tourists.
You might say it looks like you’re walking on clouds.
Popular times to visit are at sunrise and sunset.
And it’s pretty clear why that is.
The vastness is incredible, but once you come to the edge of the flats, the landscape changes drastically.
As striking as the setting is, though…
Because of its flat nature, it also offers hours of optical illusion fun!