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Far from being a desolate, arid wilderness, the Atacama desert is overflowing with life. It’s ancient cultures offer a warm welcome to modern travelers, and fertile oases sustain an astonishing diversity of life here in the world’s driest desert on the high Andean plateau, you’ll find small villages at up to 4,000 meters above sea level where timeless traditions linger in extreme and wonderfully photogenic settings.

Visit San Pedro de Atacama and explore its singular landscapes, quite unlike anywhere else on earth. Vast salt flats, active geysers and intense blue lagoons are just a few of the extraordinary features of this region.

Experience a journey to the stars in Chile! Observe constellations, planets, shooting stars and all manner of celestial bodies in the spectacular Chilean skies, the clearest in the entire southern hemisphere. Chile enjoys more than 300 clear days per year and with little or no light pollution in the north, conditions are ideal for astronomic photography under open skies.



Holiday details



From March 1st  to March 8th 2024


Trip leader

Pablo Cersosimo



Contact us for quotation





Max Group size


Cost includes

Land transportation, local guiding , accommodation, all meals and beverages.


Cost excludes

International and domestic flights, medical insurances, laundry service, phone calls.



Our accommodation will be a comfortable lodge. Rooms are on a twin basis; single supplements may be possible on request with an additional cost.


Level of fitness

This is a fairly active trip so a certain level of fitness is required.  Some days might involve a degree of walking we aren’t talking serious walking but this is not a highly sedentary trip (although there are some short drives involved on occasions too).


LEVEL 4 – 5


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