Add three nights to our Patagonia Explorer trip and discover the
other-worldly beauty of the Atacama desert—the driest desert
in the world.
Beginning in the city of Calama, we drive to the village of San
Pedro de Atacama, where we spend the next three nights. During
the following days we explore a variety of geologic formations
and archaeological sites—the Valley of the Moon, named for
its strange colors and rock formations; the ruins of the Inca fortress
of Quitor; the Tatio Geysers, at 14,107 foot elevation, the highest
geyser field in the world; the Chaxa Lagoon, where flamingos and
other Andean birds nest; the Pakana Sentinels, a group of volcanic
columns; salt flats, volcanoes, and more.
Domestic air, land transportation,
3 nights hotels, guided tours, 20 meals. The maximum group size
Minimum Number of Persons
Prices subject to change without notice.