- Place or Religious Monument
- Place or Historical Monument
It's hard not to fall in love with the scenery that awaits you when on holiday in Bolivia in Salar de Uyuni. In the vastness of the desert, the salt expanses share the limelight with the cactus deserts, authentic villages and multicoloured lagoons.
Be careful though, I'd advise taking some time to choose the best travel agency for you before heading out on the dusty desert tracks. Out of the sixty odd agencies offering a 3-4 day trips, only a dozen are reliable...
Situated north of Salar de Uyuni and southeast of Salar de Copoisa, Llica is a small hamlet with a population of about 800. Most of the people make their living from livestock farming, agriculture, crafts and Salar-related tourism. The village has a small colonial church and a pretty market where you can buy jumpers made from llama wool.