At the southernmost tip of Bolivia, close to the border with Chile and Argentina. Do you know why is it special? Well, let’s discuss in detail on it.
Southwest Bolivia contains some of the world’s wildest and most amazing landscapes, including the Laguna Verde, backed by the dormant 19,555ft Licancábur volcano. It is just one of numerous striking colored lakes, including the Laguna Colorada, where the intense red waters as well as arctic-white coasts comparison with the shade of the lake’s 3 types of reproducing flamingos. You can climb up the volcano or join a scenic tour of the lakes and also various other landscapes, consisting of the vast and also just as celebrated salt pans to the north.
NASA used the upper reaches of Licancábur for experiments to prepare for future missions to Mars. Butch Cassidy, as well as the Sundance Youngster, are hidden in the cemetery of a local village, San Vicente, though the accurate tomb is unknown, regardless of exhumations in 1991.
Since the most amazing feature of the lake is its color, to get off disappointment, it is imperative to the visitors to visit Laguna Verde during the wet season (From November to March) when it is full of water.
The most excellent color is observed in the afternoon as it depends on the sunshine. If you are lucky, you might even observe unusual flamingos “dancing” on the green waters.