Salar de Uyuni

Amid the Andes in southwest Bolivia, is the world's largest salt flat.  It spans about 4086 sq miles (10,500 sq km).  It is the legacy of a prehistoric lake that dried up, leaving a landscape of bright white salt rock desert.  When the landscape is covered with a thin layer of water, it turns into the largest mirror in the world and is absolutely entrancing.  The sight is so magnificent, it has been called 'heaven on earth'.  

The Salar contains the highest concentration of lithium in the world, about 70%. NASA uses the Salar to calibrate satellite orbits. The Salar is also home to amazing wildlife in the form of pink flamingos.  

It is a wondrous overwhelming sight.

The World's Largest Mirror