The Atacama Desert stretches 1,000 kilometers (600 miles) parallel to the Pacific Ocean with the Andes Mountains on its west side. It is considered the driest desert on earth, yet somehow boasts beautiful and contradictory displays of water. Nearby lays the town of San Pedro de Atacama once center to the Paleolithic culture. Rather searching for an adventure amongst the multicolored geological formations of the region, visiting the El Tatio geyser field at sunrise, or simply relaxing in the sun, the Atacama Desert is truly a spectacular place.
- – Beautiful Sunrises And Sunsets
- – Clear Skies Filled With Stars
- – Comfortable And Relaxed Travel
- – Connection With Bolivia