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San Pedro de Quemes

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San Pedro de Quemes

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San Pedro de Quemes is a village in Potosí Department, Bolivia .

Understand[edit]

San Pedro de Quemes is one of the points of refuelling & resupply around Salar de Uyuni.

You can get Internet access in the municipal centre that is on the east side of the main square. You can find limited groceries - no fresh fruit or vegetables to speak of, but plenty of cookies, pasta, tuna, sauces, long life juices and eggs.

There is a bakery that prepares bread every day but you need to order your bread in advance. This lies close to the southern edge of town, ask around or check out OpenStreetMap for its exact location.

Get in[edit]

The roads that lead to/from San Pedro de Quemes are mapped in OpenStreetMap. They include an approach from the south that links to the "International Road", a road leading to San Juan and a smaller road leading to Salar de Uyuni.

Get around[edit]

San Pedro de Quemes is small enough to walk around on foot.

See[edit][add listing]

  • Pueblo Quemado, the ruined village on the top of the hill.
  • The local museum

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Meals can be prepared for you if you ask in advance. Do not expect a turn-up-and-eat restaurant, because you will find none.

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There are at least two hotels.

  • The expensive one (100 USD per night) on the top of the hill.
  • The inexpensive one (50 BOB per night) lies on the southern edge of the town, right next to the football field.

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Get out[edit]

You will probably need to arrange your own transportation. Guided tours with 4x4 vehicles use San Pedro de Quemes as an overnight stop, so ask them if they have room for you.

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