Pick up from hotel in Uyuni city around 10:00 p.m. departure towards the salt flats about 30 minutes, after this observe stars, planets, Milky Way, nebula and other astronomical bodies. Back in Uyuni approximately 01:00 a.m. hours.
With its high altitude, arid climate, and low population density (which translates to minimal light pollution), Uyuni Salt Flats offers some of the clearest night time views of the stars, moon, and planets. But it’s just one of many destinations around the world that cater to celestial enthusiasts—and where the nighttime views rival those in the daytime.
During the rainy season from January to April, the Salt Flats fill up with water so it is not possible to cross them in the same way as during dry season. As a consequence, the itinerary is modified during that period.
It can get very cold especially during the winter months of June and July so bring extra warm clothes along like a scarf and wool hat to keep warm.