Uyuni

Incahuasi Island

By UyuniSaltFlat.com

Published 2019-06-25

courtesy UyuniSaltFlat.com

Isla Incahuasi (Inkawasi or Inka Wasi) is an island in the sea of salt covered with giant Trichocereus cacti.

Incahuasi Island

This browser does not support the video element.

Incahuasi Island/UyuniSaltFlat.com

Sunbathing on an ancient coral reef in the Salar de Uyuni.

UyuniSaltFlat

This cactus is over a thousand years old.

UyuniSaltFlat

Night on Isla Incahuasi.

UyuniSaltFlat

Giant cactus on Isla Incahuasi.

UyuniSaltFlat

Another island in the distance.

UyuniSaltFlat

Hundreds of cacti on Isla Incahuasi.

UyuniSaltFlat

You can hike to the top of the island.

UyuniSaltFlat

The views from the island are amazing.

UyuniSaltFlat

Rainclouds over the salt flat.

UyuniSaltFlat

Sunset on Incahuasi Island.

UyuniSaltFlat

The 'island' stands in the middle of the Salar.

UyuniSaltFlat

Vizcacha hide among the cacti on Incahuasi Island.

UyuniSaltFlat

Sunrise at Isla Incahuasi.

UyuniSaltFlat

The parking and rest area at Isla Incahuasi is usually filled with tourists.

UyuniSaltFlat

Panoramic view of the Salt Flat from Isla Incahuasi.

UyuniSaltFlat

You will have time to walk around the island and take photos.

UyuniSaltFlat

A llama stands next to cactus on Incahuasi Island.

UyuniSaltFlat

Those mountains are actually quite far away.

UyuniSaltFlat

These cacti can grow several meters tall

UyuniSaltFlat

Take a fun picture with a cactus your size!

UyuniSaltFlat