Ojo de Perdiz is a simple guesthouse located in a remote and starkly beautiful part of Boliva. Just to the south of Salar de Uyuni, on the edge of the Siloli desert is this small collection of thatch cabins. They are simple and fairly basic but comfortable, each with a private bathroom and heating to ward off the chilly evenings. The decor is rustic in style, with adobe walls and local textiles in rich natural tones adding the finishing touch.
The restaurant serves wholesome food in this remote location, guests can enjoy their dining experience while admiring the dramatic views through the panoramic windows.
What Ojo de Perdiz may lack in luxury it more than makes up for in atmosphere and breathtaking views, literally in the middle of nowhere.
Open: Ojo de Perdiz is open all year round.
Location: The guest house is in a remote area of the Siloli Desert in southern Bolivia. Located between the Chilean Hito Cajon border and the Uyuni Salt Flats, it is the only place to stay in the area
Rooms: There are 30 simple and comfortable en-suite rooms. The bathrooms have hot water showers.
Activities: Visit the famous Uyuni salt flats, the largest in the world.
Facilities: The guest house is a cluster of small thatch rooms. There is a dining room with panoramic windows showcasing the spectacular views. The electricity comes from solar power and is only available between 6pm and 10pm
Dining: Good, wholesome meals are served in the restaurant.
Children: Children of all ages are welcome.
Health: We recommend malaria prophylactics for a visit to Bolivia.
Communication: There is no Wi-Fi or mobile coverage.
This varied itinerary shows the highlights of Bolivia, a perfect introduction to this beautiful country.