The largest salt complex in the world is situated in southwestern Bolivia. It is the result of the remains of the Bajifan Lake, which is 40,000 years old. The salt complex is 3,700 meters above sea level 10582 square kilometers, the world’s largest salt desert, accounting for one-third of the world’s lithium reserves.
Thousands of tourists visit the region every year from all over the world because it is considered the salt desert, one of the most beautiful places in the world.
In the rainy season, a layer of water forms above the salt layer to form a mirror. This attracts tourists to the area to enjoy the view of the sky and to see the stars at night and pass through tourism. Salt is the main source of income.
The hotel owners used salt to make cubes stacked above each other to build walls, floors, ceilings, even chairs; tables and beds (imagine lying on a bed of salt)
Although the houses are free of running water and electricity, the first salt hotel was built in 1995 in the center of the salt area and soon became popular as a tourist destination. You can enjoy this tour by activities such as the Lama season in August every year.