The exceptionally flat salt plains in southern Bolivia are the largest in the world covering over 4000 square miles. They are rich in minerals and contain around 60% of the world’s Lithium. Extracting and exporting the minerals has been big business and a railroad was constructed by the British in the late 1800s. By 1940s the business was abandoned and now hundreds of old trains are just abandoned on this desert of salt. Visiting the train graveyard would be a poignant and unusual experience. Building materials are scarce around here so the hotel is built entirely from salt. They used over one million 14-inch blocks of solid salt to build the hotel. But don’t lick the walls as this is prohibited (I know, party-poopers huh?). A specially designed golf course can be organized (need to be ordered one month before your arrival) for those who want the unique experience of playing on a salt plane. I imagine the balls are not coloured white.