Hostal Corvatsch

Licancabur 191 , San Pedro de Atacama, Chile | Hotel
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Saltland and Flamingos

A travel blog entry by steffijane on Mar 02, 2013

32 photos

Day number 2....

Very excited and not knowing what to expect I am heading down early in the morning to get into the bus.
It's dark and everyone on the bus is very tired.

Leaving San Pedro de Atacama behind us, heading towards the first stop "Lagunas Altiplanicas & Laguna Chaxa

I would love to say "OMG what a …

Droogste plek op aarde

A travel blog entry by anneliesroosen on Mar 15, 2014

70 photos

Na een heerlijke laatste avond met biertjes in hostel Sol Huasi in Salta, nam ik de nachtbus naar San Pedro de Atacama, Chili. Op de bus leerde ik de twee Franse vrienden Géraldine en Charles, en het Waalse koppel Steph en Mathieu, kennen. Woensdagnamiddag aangekomen in Atacama zochten we samen een hostel en daar ontmoetten we ook een ander Frans …

Steamy, salty and starry-eyed surprise (Day 75-78)

A travel blog entry by nayanjli on May 05, 2014

2 comments, 36 photos

... our morning.

San pedro de atacama

A 25-hour bus journey brought us to San Pedro de Atacama late afternoon - the desert region of Chile. We had planned to spend three nights here but as it was Labour Day weekend, most of the accommodation was fully booked by the local Chileans. This meant we had to book two different hostels for our stay.

The cabañas we were staying at for the ...

The Atacama desert

A travel blog entry by annahildreth on Apr 30, 2014

... t hot, it wasn't even warm. I will say no more on the matter other than it was not the highlight for me.
In the afternoon we embarked on our 3rd tour to Salar de Atacama. Essentially it was a salt lagoon in the middle of the most scenic of sceneries! The salt content was 30% compared to the ocean's 3%. This meant that swimming was impossible and floating was unavoidable; quite entertaining!
The last 24 hours reinforce the reason for travelling in South America.

From the sublime to the ridiculous

A travel blog entry by suebar on Apr 15, 2014

15 photos

... are what give the flamingoes their pink coloration. We walked on past the pond and eventually came close enough to the lagoon to see the flamingoes. The lagoons are fed by water from the Andes but are shrinking each year as water is being extracted for mining operations. The companies are taking lithium, for which there is great demand from the ground. This is threatening the flamingoes habitat and as the lagoon areas are shrinking so is their population. We were at ...

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