Atacamadventure Wellness & Ecolodge
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from San Pedro de Atacama
... atmosphere was fantastic, and towards the end a Chilean guy started talking to us. Next thing we know, we were standing outside with his friends as the bar has closed, and since nowhere is open after 2am one of them suggested we take a bottle of tequila he has in his apartment, and we drive into the desert in his pick-up truck and drink it under the carpet of stars above us. What a location for a drink! On the way back we got stopped at a police road block. They made us ...
... peaks we could see were volcanoes, including the second highest in the world. The border between Chile and Argentina is plotted along some of the Andes's highest mountain tops, so many of the range's monsters are shared between the two countries. Nestled in a bowl is a joint enterprise between NASA and Japanese and European agencies that houses one of the world's most powerful telescopes. He showed us a mountain that was 500 kilometres away. I suppose it ...
We wake up around 0800 after a pretty average night sleep. A rogue mozzie had found its way into our room and kept me awake a few hours and kept Leesh up for a small amount of time too. But we head out and have the usual breakfast and slam down some caffeine. We have a few hours to kill today until our bus departs for Santiago. We decide to kick off the dust in our runners and go for a quick lung tickler through the roads we had ridden along yesterday. ...
San Pedro de Atacama has definitely been one of my highlights on the trip so far. Possibly one of the most striking places I've ever been too. We flew here from Santiago as there were floods earlier in the month and we had heard of the 24 hour bus journey being a bit of a nightmare.
There are many tours in S P de Atacama but as we would be seeing the same type on lanscape in the Salt falts tour in Bolivia we decided just to go on two ...
... the six of us shared a bedroom in a building with no showers or electricity.
Jonny was not a communicative driver but he was safe one - very desirable in Bolivia! We passed some incredible landscapes along our route, stopping at a few choice locations for pictures and food. Highlights include the Sal de Manana geysers, Altiplano lakes, Volcan de Licancabur volcano, flamingos and lots of sand.