Atacama — Valle de la Luna (Valley of the Moon)

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REGION: Northern Chile
ACTIVITY LEVEL: 1 (Easy)
SUMMARY: Visit Valled de la Luna (Valley of the Moon(, in the middle of the arid salt mountain range, a landscape of salt and clay shaped by water and wind over millions of years.
DURATION: 5 hrs.
MIN. / MAX. PEOPLE: 4-12
SEASON: Year around.
ITINERARY: Pick up from your San Pedro hotel or arranged location. Today we visit a unique place in the world: El Valle de la Luna, the ‘Valley of the Moon’, in the middle of the arid salt mountain range. It is a landscape of salt and clay that has been shaped by water and wind over millions of years. In our journey we enjoy the beauty of the extravagant forms of the multiple mountain ranges, setting our imagination on fire and giving us pause for reflection. As we spend the afternoon, we go into ‘Valle de la Muerte’ or ‘Valle de Marte’, Death Valley, and from there we enjoy one of the best views of the Andes and its volcanoes. Finally, we finish the day by watching a vibrant sunset that gives us a wonderfully colorful end to our tour. Return to your hotel.
INCLUDED: Local professional guide (with Wilderness First Responder Guide accreditation, First Aid Kit, Personal Insurance), VHF radio or Mobile phone, 1 bottle mineral water without gas per person and Certified Transport with seat insurance.
NOT INCLUDED: Personal insurance, personal equipment, tips or anything not listed in the program.
GUEST PROVIDES: Appropriate clothes according to the activity, trekking boots or tennis shoes, walking sticks (recommended), backpack, camera, water, cap or hat, sunscreen and sunglasses.
OPERATED BY: Patagonia SouthernLand Expeditions staff
TOUR COST: Request a quote!
COSTO:  Contáctenos!

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