Panorama of the Week: The Salt Flats of Argentina

Deep blue sky, pure white salt. The salt flats (Salinas Grandes) in northwestern Argentina.

And those pentagonal designs you see on the ground? All natural. Mother nature’s design eye. Open the panorama below to see this surreal landscape for yourself.

360-Degree Panorama: Salinas Grande (salt flats) in northwestern Argentina

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Comments

  1. says

    @Sam: While the salt flats in Argentina are beautiful, they don’t compare to the vastness of ones in Bolivia (Salar de Uyuni). I’d highly recommend taking the 4-5 day jeep trip from Tupiza to the Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia – really amazing.

    @David: This photo was taken in April or May. The strips of water are manmade – this is part of the process to gather the salt to sell.

    @Samuel: Thanks! Like you, we’d also welcome an opportunity to go back across the salt flats again – really beautiful!

  2. says

    What a great way to show us fellow travelling spirits a scene from Argentina. This panorama gives such dimension and reality to a superb destination. Way to go guys!

  3. says

    @Samantha: Thanks. We realize Buenos Aires gets most of the attention in Argentina, but Salta and northwestern Argentina are a real treat, especially if you can manage to rent a car.

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