After breakfast we'll depart for the Cañapa, Stinking, Chiarcota, Honda, and Radadita Lagoons, where we will watch the flamingos feeding. The stinking lagoon is aptly named due to the sulfur and algae in the water, but this same red algae gives color to the hundreds of flamingos at this lake.
In November, this area becomes a breeding ground for flamingos, including the rare James's Flamingos, and other bird species.
Afterwards we will continue to the Siloli Desert, famous for its extraordinary eroded rock formations such as the Tree Stone. Siloli is considered part of the world's driest desert, the Atacama, even though it's only an hour from the colored lakes.
Our last stop is the Eduardo Abaroa National Park, the entrance to the Red Lagoon. Here, you will see three different kinds of flamingos and other diverse birds. We'll spend the night in this spot.