There are few places on our planet where you can literally watch the Earth breathing. In my opinion, El Tatio in Northern Chile is definitely one of the best locations to experience this rare phenomenon. With the concentration of 67 geysers and more than 300 hot springs within an area of 30 sq.km., it is the third-largest geothermal field in the world, after the Yellowstone National Park in the US and the Valley of Geysers in the Kamchatka Peninsula, Russia. It has also become a popular destination for tourists to observe geyser activity amidst the awe-inspiring volcanos of the Andes Mountains.
In the Bolivian Altiplano, there are a lot of places that can dazzle you with their beauty. The Salar de Uyuni is, certainly, the most famous among them. Yet, it is not the sole attraction that draws the hordes of travelers to the region. In my post about the Salt Flats Salar de Uyuni: Where Heaven and Earth Meet I mentioned that your Salar de Uyuni tour would not be complete without seeing a few other local gems such as, for example, the Eduardo Avaroa Andean Fauna National Reserve.