Atacamadventure Wellness & Ecolodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Atacamadventure Wellness & Ecolodge San Pedro de Atacama
Travel Blogs from San Pedro de Atacama
... we visited a massive area filled with geysers, all of varying sizes. Because of the time of day and the altitude it was really cold. At the geysers they also have a hot spring bath. Feeling brave we used the very cold changing rooms and changed into our swimming stuff and optimistically hopped in only to find that they weren't actually that warm. If you moved around the pool you would stumble upon an area where a hot spring was and ...
... br> Our next stop therefore, San Pedro de Atacama, the Chilean desert in the very north of the country. We took an early morning flight from Santiago and arrived mid morning. We caught a mini bus to the small town and on the way the bus driver stopped off to let us take pictures of the amazing desert landscape. Oli went further out to take some pictures and on his way back and whilst jumping up the hill he felt ...
... Worst moment: having stomach pains and an anxiety attack when I thought we were lost. All I could see happening was running out of water and being stranded in the cold night air in the middle of the desert Banana moment: when we took the turn around the large cliff face, thinking we would hit the town... Nope we hit a much larger middle of nowhere .. Where 2x old rusty cars were smashed up with random tyres hanging around.. We were like two tiny ants in comparison to this extreme ...
... little bit. We get squeezed together into the minibus, as many as possible, and for the next half hour I just stare tired out of the window, look at the stars, while we finish the journey to San Pedro. With slight panic we are left in a city, that is completely dark, going out on streets to find my hostel. Only led my the light from my cell phone. No street lamps is on. Just darkness. A guy follows me, since I am going pass the hospital. His girlfriend is supposed to be ...
... the operator was relieved we wanted to postpone - we didn’t even have to admit to Beth’s illness, so didn’t lose the money. We were left with three unplanned days in San Pedro to work and learn Spanish, and for Minnie to recuperate. Slightly longer than we wanted but generally a good result on balance. Winner.
Rest, work and then Bolivia here we come.