A tour to get deep into Bolivian territory. The Southwest of Bolivia features a group of red, green and blue lagoons dwelled by all kinds of birds, amongst which the pink flamingo stands out.
San Pedro de Atacama is an oasis. A small but coquettish city represents the main entrance to the driest desert on Earth.
In San Pedro de Atacama, a bicycle is still the best vehicle to jump into adventure. It is a completely different thing on two wheels.
The Licancabur is in charge of controlling the City of San Pedro de Atacama, but it is not alone. Along with many other volcanoes, it is the destination of countless tours.
Nothing is more amazing for a person who cannot swim than being able to float. This is possible in saltwater ponds where the density of the water is heavier than that of the human body.
From San Pedro de Atacama, Argentina may be reached through one of the most beautiful roads in the Puna: the Jama Pass. Ideal to see what is on the other side.
Hot springs are always an exceptional part of a pleasure trip. At Puritama, the rugged natural surroundings are an added attraction.
At San Pedro de Atacama, everything happens at a different pace and night, though unnoticed in other places, is observed every day.
Only 98 kilometers to the Northeast of San Pedro de Atacama there is a place that becomes magic at dawn: the Tatio Geysers. A must visit.
Christened as the “Valley of Death” for its huge sand hills with narrow sand edges, this is one of the most recommended sites to practice hiking and sand-boarding.
Visiting the Valley of the Moon is a must. Both during the day and at night, a unique and magical site unlike everything known.
Known as the archaeological capital of Chile, San Pedro de Atacama is surrounded by communities which have preserved their anthropological and archaeological richness.
The Uyuni Salt Deposit is unique on this planet. Anything goes there and each day is different from the next one. A magical place indeed where God just left track of His existence.