- admission B$15
Lonely Planet review for Isla Incahuasi
For most Salar de Uyuni tours, the main destination is the spectacular Isla Incahuasi, better known as Isla del Pescado, in the heart of the salar 80km west of Colchani. This hilly outpost is covered in Trichoreus cactus and surrounded by a flat white sea of hexagonal salt tiles. It was once a remarkably lonely, otherworldly place but since the advent of salar tours, it has become overrun with tourists. This is where most groups have their lunch but there’s also a café-restaurant run by La Paz-based Mongo’s. Altogether an industrialized tourist experience, it’s still a beautiful sight if you forget the crowds.