Those superheroes aren’t the only one who can walk on water – you can too or at least feel like it. The Bolivian Salt Flat – which is the world’s largest salt flat – is where you can walk on water.
During the rainy reason in Bolivia, the salt flat is covered with water but not so deep that you’d drown. When you visit the salt flat during this season it will be something like living a dream.
‘Salar de Uyuni’ is located at 11,995 feet above sea level in Altiplano, Bolivia. This mystifying place, when covered with water, creates a magnanimous illusion of reflective mirror of the sky. You can walk on this otherwise dry ground, and feel like you are floating on water. Even in the seasons other than monsoon, the salt flat is a mystifying sight.
In the morning, you can see the reflection of the sunrise and the blue sky and at night you can see the reflection of the beautiful stars! Just imagine how heavenly that would be.
The salt flat extends up to 4,086 square miles or 10,582 square kilometres! When it is cloudy, you would feel like walking on fluffy sheets of ice. Watch the photo gallery below and let the photos speak for themselves. Heaven guaranteed!
Can’t wait to visit?