Unbelievable and super hard to articulate the beauty and diversity of the Bolivian southwest corner.
The obvious one, Salar de Uyuni - otherwise known as the worlds largest salt flat. Which pretty much equals blinding blue and white, with the bizarre and beautiful fish island. First up it's an island that you drive to, second filled with cactus that look soft and huggable (don't be fooled) and coral; third only two species live on it - well 3 if you count 2 pet llamas - finches and rabbits.
Deserts ringed by volcanoes, with other worldly rock formations. And Dali's inspiration.
Thermal geysers complete with shooting stars, red lagoons filled with flamingoes, and aquamarine lakes.
Train graveyards complete with more of the brilliant Bolivian graffiti.