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Border Crossing with Chile

From Laguna Verde, it is only about 7km on to the Chilean border. The Bolivian border post is named Hito Cajón. You can get your exit stamp here, but it is easier to get it in advance in Uyuni. If you do the latter, the stamp that you get will be valid for three days, allowing you to take your Salar tour. From time to time the border crossing here has been known to be closed, so it is better to get the stamp in Uyuni, just in case. From here, you can take a bus to San Pedro de Atacama if your tour does not continue on into Chile.

Here are some related tips to help plan your trip to Uyuni: Uyuni Services, Salar de Uyuni Packing List (Salt Flats Packing List), Salar de Uyuni Tours (Salt Flats Tours), Salar de Uyuni Highlights (Salt Flats Tour Highlights) and Safety.








02 Mar 2010




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