Hotel Tulor

Address: Domingo Atienza 523, San Pedro de Atacama, Chile | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Domingo Atienza 523, San Pedro de Atacama.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Tulor San Pedro de Atacama

    Reviewed by mirntat

    great place to take a rest and get used to the altitude

    Reviewed Nov 8, 2011
    by (10 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

    Individual Bungalows, nicely appointed, beds and linnens new, very quiet, very confortable. Good breakfast. Lovely people..

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Tulor San Pedro de Atacama

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from San Pedro de Atacama

    And we do this for FUN????

    A travel blog entry by swanning_around on Nov 08, 2015

    1 comment, 67 photos

    ... not fully recovered from when we had felt very ill in Oruro because of the altitude.

    The whole purpose of the last four days of travel was to reach Uyuni and take a trip from there across the Salar de Uyuni (Salt flats) to San Pedro de Atacama in the Chilean desert. By the time we reached Uyuni we were seriously concerned about the wisdom of our plan. It is a popular trip especially with backpackers but it is tough. The Salar is at an elevation of 3,600 metres but then ...

    Mountains, monkeys and moonscapes

    A travel blog entry by samiles81 on Nov 05, 2015

    3 comments, 56 photos

    ... visiting the active volcanos and geysers at 5,000 meters. Walking through steaming geyser fields and bubbling mud pools was immense. I could have stayed there for ages but it was too freezing and windy sadly. That night we arrived at our very basic accommodation (no electricity, heating, running water, shared dorm etc). Feeling I may need some help to sleep, I tucked into a bottle of red before heading into the biting wind to sit in the 40 degree natural thermal pools, ...

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    A travel blog entry by travel_whispers on Oct 20, 2015

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    ... to go ahead and try and find another tour for the morning. I managed to book a tour to the altiplano lakes, but it didn't include the Piedras Rojas. Oh well, c'est la vie! Off to bed I go. PS: the only HUGE downside to this wonderful day, is that I found out my camera's memory card has become corrupt and I have lost ALL of my photos from Mendoza until today. I wanted to cry! Still not sure how on earth this happened, but it appears as if - at the moment I ...

    Moonscapes, Marscapes and Venuscapes

    A travel blog entry by joshchristine on Oct 16, 2015

    2 comments, 60 photos

    ... door in the suburbs, I think we both thought for a moment that perhaps this wasn’t going to turn out well. However, inside the locked door there was some mining gear to put on and prepare for the experience so all was well… it turns out there were all those blokes because it was our tour guides birthday and they were possibly still celebrating from the night before. Anyway, off we went to buy some gifts for the miners (a stick of dynamite and nitro-glycerine ...

    Own the Dawn

    A travel blog entry by thegirlgoes on Jul 17, 2015

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    ... the one last thing I had to accomplish: roll out of bed early, wander east, shoot the dawn. Easier said than done. The desert mornings were frigid and fatigue was rendering me susceptible to the cold. I had resorted to using my ski jacket as a blanket and wearing my huge scarf wrapped around my face when in bed as a first line of defence against the freezing hostel dormitory. So when my phone alarm went off, I promptly swatted at it ...