One of the highlights on your way to or from Salar de Uyuni! Tours usually make stops here all times of the year.
The cache is a micro container hidden under an uniteresting rock to keep it safe from muggles. Please replace it as found. Remember to bring your own pen. A local will look after the cache for me.
Árbol de Piedra ("stone tree") is an isolated rock formation in the Eduardo Avaroa Andean Fauna National Reserve of Sur Lípez Province, Bolivia.
Much photographed, it projects out of the altiplano sand dunes of Siloli in the Potosí Department, about 18 kilometres (11 mi) north of Laguna Colorada. Known as the "Stone Tree," it is shaped like a stunted tree, and is formed into a thin rock because of strong winds and the material is sand stone.