Our beautiful planet has plenty of stunning natural wonders to explore, and the Salar De Uyuni salt flats in Bolivia are certainly one of them. This magical place is a photographers dream thanks to the natural mirror effect caused by rain and moisture resting on top of 10 billion tons of white salt.
The Salar De Uyuni is the worlds largest salt flat and covers a total of 4,086 square miles. The whole area is completely flat for as far as the eye can see, this makes it literally the largest mirror in the world.
The reflections from the sky and any other object standing on the flat make it a surreal place to visit. People come from all around the world just to step foot on the mirrored surface and take incredible looking photos.
Between March and April is rainy season which is usually the best time to visit to see the mirror effect in full glory. In this period you can expect around 20-inches of water to sit on the surface making it one big reflective salt lake.