Far from being a desolate, arid wilderness, the Atacama desert is overflowing with life. Its 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.
If you go in summer, go prepared for the rains, since the “Bolivian winter” is strong. In winter there are very low temperatures and it is possible that there is snow.
The Isluga Volcano National Park mixes the mystical landscape that rises from the foothills to the Andean highlands with a set of ancestral practices. It is located near the town Colchane and was declared a national park in 1967.
With 4,300 kilometers of coastline and a large number of islands, Chile has plenty to offer when it comes to beaches and resorts. See Our Tours to all these recommended […]
Chile is one of the most important astronomy focus worldwide due to the country’s northern skies. They meet the necessary conditions for the observation of the universe and for the […]