San Pedro de Atacama, located in the driest desert in the world, is the starting point of a series of trips that will take you to explore unique landscapes of incomparable beauty, where it is possible to find wildlife, in its natural habitat. This small town just 1 hour from the airport and in the middle of an oasis, an ancient human settlement, combines the tranquility of a bucolic environment and the activity of the excursions that take you to visit places as impressive as the Tatio Geysers, the Valley of the Moon, Salar de Tara, Cordillera de la Sal, volcanoes, salt flats, and lagoons.

In addition to the breathtaking landscape in which it is inserted, it is considered the archaeological capital of Chile, because it has many ancient archaeological sites (Aldea de Tulor), Pucara de Quitor, and an important museum of the Atacameña culture or Likanantay, the Archaeological Museum of Father Le Paige. Many of the names of the tourist sites near the town were chosen during their tours by Father Le Paige, thus naming the Valley of the Moon, the Valley of Mars or Death.

From that time until now, San Pedro de Atacama, has been developed mainly towards tourism offering a large number of alternatives for excursions and tourist services.

To organize a complete stay we have organized programs according to the most traditional, including the classic places, then special programs that we consider include less visited but especially beautiful places where it is possible to see vicuñas, flamencos, vizcachas, culpeo fox, suris, guanacos and guallatas . And the adventure programs that include more active excursions, such as ascents to volcanoes, such as the Sairecabur, Lascar, among others, hikes by gorges such as Guatin, rock climbing, sandboarding in the Valley of Death and horseback riding by places inaccessible like the Garganta del Diablo.

All these excursions have been grouped into 4 categories according to whether they are more famous, unknown but very interesting, active or photographic tours. These categories would be:

Excursions to Volcanoes