San Pedro de Atacama Things to Do

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  • 1. Moon Valley

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    Wonderful landscape ! You shouldn't miss it ! Book a tour that will take you to Death Valley and then you will have the chance to enjoy an unforgettable sunset here. On the way you will stop at Tres...

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  • 2. El Tatio geysers

    The trip started at 4.30 in the night so we felt sleepy and tired but the million star night sky was a great reward ! Soon we all felt wide awake and happy we were there. The Milky Way was brightly...

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  • 3. Death Valley

    I enjoyed this place so much I visited there 3 times: once for hiking, once on horseback and once for sandboarding. Most agencies will organize a hike of this place along with the tour for Valle de La...

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  • 4. Atacama salt flat

    The enormous salt flat is quite a sight especially in the sunset light ! It's the largest in Chile and it's actually a salt lake covered by a thick layer of hardened salt. There are guides sharing...

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  • 5. Quitor

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Pukará de Quitor (Fort of Quitor) is located 3 Kms. from San Pedro, over the hill of Quitor. This Pukará was build by the atacameño people to defend themself from other towns that inhabited...

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  • 6. Caves

    When we took a tour which combined the Death Valley, Moon Valley and Quebrada de Kari I didn´t really know what this part of the tour would be like. It is a relatively recent addition to some of the...

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  • 7. P. Le Paige museum

    The famous “mummies” (actually they are very well preserved bodies) were removed from the Museum´s exhibition in May 2007, due to a demand from the Lickanantay (local natives) community. This demand...

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  • 8. Machuca, a picturesque andean village

    Visiting the Andean villages you will be taken to Machuca. Picturesque and remote it gives a genuine picture of what the life of the simple Andean villagers can...

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  • 9. Miscanti and Minique lakes

    Miscanti and Minique are two nearby lakes of the Altiplano at an altitude of 4,200 meters. They offer a wonderful view with their dark blue waters and the blond...

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  • 10. the passage to Bolivia..

    One of the highlights is this trip crossing over to Bolivia. You can take it as a 3-day trip from San Pedro to Uyuni or as a 2-day trip from San Pedro and back....

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  • 11. Camping for free in San Pedro de Atacama

    There are several great camping spots referred by locals as the "Playa", near the river in the west of town. Just be aware to not set up your tent at daytime...

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  • 12. Visit Ancient Fortress

    A bit less than hour's walk from the city are the ruins on an ancient fortress, Pukará de Quitor, erected by an indigeneous ruler in the Twelfth Century and the...

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  • 13. Puritama Hotsprings

    It is located 30 kilometers from the north of San Pedro and counts with pools of thermal waters (30 °C) that are produced by the appearance of the hot water...

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  • 14. Uyuni (Bolivia) 4day/3night trip

    This is a must-do if you have the time. The Uyuni Salt Flats are one of the highlights of South America, and the surrounding lanscape is sure captivate anyone...

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  • 15. Ojos del Salar

    In the middle of the Salar de Atacama lie the mysterious Ojos del Salar (eyes of the salt pan). They are two perfectly round lagoons sunken in the salar, like a...

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  • 16. Laguna Tebenquiche

    This is another stunning lagoon in the Salar de Atacama area which on a calm day should produce spectacular reflection photographs of the volcanos, but not on...

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  • 17. Laguna Cejar

    Laguna Cejar is another quirk of the area. It is a lake in the middle of the Salar de Atacama with 40% salt content, so if you attempt to swim in it you will...

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  • 18. Licancabur

    At a sky-scraping 5920m Licancabur is the highest volcano in the area and it's symmetrical shape make it not only an iconic postcard image, but also the first...

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  • 19. Lascar

    Lascar is one of the monster 5000m+ volcanos in the area that you can climb. The special thing about this volcano is that it is still active - you can find some...

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  • 20. Toconao

    Toconao is the village closest to San Pedro. Though they are only 38 km apart, the two villages look entirely different, so it is worth a visit. The reason that...

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  • 21. Socaire

    This is a village which is close by to the Miniques and Miscanti lagoons. Like all other villages here, the centerpiece is a church with a cactus ceiling. But...

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  • 22. Lagunas Miniques and Miscanti

    This is part of the Lagunas Altiplanicas tour and should not be missed!At a dizzying height, nestled in the Andes lies another mezmerizing sight looking pretty...

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  • 23. Laguna Chaxa

    This is part of the Lagunas Altiplanicas tour and should not be missed!Laguna Chaxa is situated in the Atacama Salt Flats. Seeing this impossbly blue lagoon in...

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  • 24. San Pedro Town

    With it's relaxad atmosphere, spectacular setting and a plethora of activities, tour agencies, hostels and restaurants no wonder San Pedro is the gringo mecca...

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  • 25. Bolivia trips

    This adventure trip takes 4 days, when we cross 450 km which are separating Chile from the Bolivian city of Uyuni and returns back to San Pedro de Atacama. We...

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