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Old 12-07-2012, 06:08 PM   #1
peteFoulkes OP
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Bolivian Salt Flats

Hi guys,

A mate and I are currently on a round the world ride on a couple of DRZ400s. We've teamed up with two other riders from Holland and are keen to hit up the Bolivian salt flats in the next few days. We've been told they are still dry and we should be able to ride them without any issues but we don't have any GPS way points or tracks.

Has any one ridden these flats before and have any tips for us? We will be riding from the Bolivian side, probably Uyini and ultimately want to end up in Chile's San Pedro de Atacama. Any hints or tips would be massively appreciated. We've got camping equipment and can usually cover between 400 and 500km on a tank depending upon surface.

Cheers in advance.

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