Cejar Lagoon: it has a turquoise colour, which can be appreciated in its fullness on totally sunny days, but what is special about this lagoon is not its colour but its composition, since due to its high quantity of salt and lithium, you can experience the same thing for which the Dead Sea is so famous, that is to say, you do not sink, and you can move peacefully over the water without needing to know how to swim, and besides, the water is not especially cold. After the bath take off the salt, because you get a lot of it on your body.
Eyes of the Salar: They are two lagoons located a little south of Laguna Cejar. They are two fresh water pools, where you can also take a bath, but unlike the previous one, the water is fresh and therefore does not float, so you must know how to swim, as they are deep. Over the years these pools have been getting closer and opening with a tendency later to form one. The temperature of the water is similar to that of Cejar Lagoon.
Laguna Tebenquiche: It is a lagoon that is mostly dry, but its morphology is not what one would expect it to be dirt, mud and rocks, but rather its flatness shines because it is totally white, due to the salt crystals. It is immense the plain where you feel like running, also feeling the sensation of being in another world.
In some parts of this lagoon or plain you can see how the wind moves the water that covers certain sectors of this lagoon which is a show apart, and even more apart is to observe the sunset, an incredible ending.
Enjoy all these attractions together with a magical cocktail at sunset, with pisco sour, juice, peanuts, olives, chips and cookies with cream cheese, soy and sesame.
A magical cocktail at sunset, with pisco sour, juice, peanuts, olives, chips and cookies with cream cheese, soy and sesame.
Guide (Spanish / Portuguese / English).
Bring jacket, sunscreen, swimsuit, towel and 1 liter of mineral water p/p.
Note: In the lagoon is not allowed to use sunscreen, and chalas or sandals.