Luxurious dome escape on the salt flats of Salar de Uyuni
- Six domed suites
- Lounge dome
- 4x4 trips
- Mountain biking
- Sunset tours
- Village excursions
- Volcano tours
Presenting an exclusive and luxurious hideaway amid one of the world’s most unique and breathtaking landscapes, Kachi Lodge comprises a series of striking domes set on an expanse of wooden platforms, all while surrounded by the endless white of the Salar de Uyuni and its dramatic cacti islands. You’ll do well to find a more dramatic location, the world’s largest salt flat is set at an altitude of 3,660m, but that’s not the only factor that will leave you breathless. Kachi Lodge is a true architectural and artistic triumph, with both its interior and exterior presenting something of a futuristic and trendy hub, with a strong focus on sustainability.
Combining a sense of adventure with comfort, luxury and eye-catching design, the six domed suites enjoy large bay windows, allowing guests to soak up the remarkable vistas. The interior design and furnishings are particularly impressive, featuring the likes of wooden design pieces, which showcase the indigenous identities of Bolivia, as well as striking artwork for a touch of unique flair. The main dome is a relaxing lounge area, following much of the same character in its design and atmosphere, home to straw hanging-lamps, huge sofas covered with comfortable cushions and large reclaimed wooden furniture, while again being blessed by lovely views.
While the setting certainly spells adventure, guests will find it easy to relax during a stay at Kachi Lodge. The vast wooden terrace that stretches out from the main dome and connects to each suite is home to tables and seating areas to create a relaxed social atmosphere, and the superb dining offered on-site is ready to take guests on a unique, Bolivian gastronomic journey.
Guests can also relax in the knowledge that the lodge is fully committed to sustainability, utilising numerous green infrastructures, and remaining committed to local cultures and communities. The entire complex is designed to run off solar power alone, and no anchoring or drilling was operated in the salt crust when constructing the site. In fact, while the lodge is a permanent structure, it remains 100% mobile, minimising its impact on the landscape.