Address: Tomas Bonilla 1196, Iquique, Chile | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Iquique

This Town IS Big Enough for the Both of Us...

A travel blog entry by lukas.g on May 18, 2015

18 photos

I arrived in Iquique after nightfall, and as usual was told it was too dangerous to walk into town and that I should catch a bus or taxi. However, as I found the bus stop just outside, I noticed a guy who was on the bus with the walking past it. I called out to him and asked whether he was walking into the city centre, to which he replied affirmatively. I then joined him, and we headed towards the centre. When he said he didn't yet have a ...


A travel blog entry by aquest on Jan 07, 2015

11 photos

The choice was head south to Antofagasta where there is a BMW dealer and get the bike fixed but miss the Dakar or go north to Iquique to catch the Dakar.
We left Calama heading north for the first time in about four months. Due to the condition of the bikes we decided on the 5 which ...


A travel blog entry by lewis4126 on Oct 11, 2014

4 comments, 28 photos

... resulting in both works being abandoned in 1960. In 1970, after becoming ghost towns, they were declared national monuments and opened to tourism. In 2005 they were declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

Between 1959 and 1960, just before closure of the Works, many couples married in the church; a testimony to the uncertainty that was to come. On the 1st of January 1961, the farewell gathering and closure of the Camp was organized at the pool. ...

Dey derk ma baag

A travel blog entry by jonnyanddonna on May 24, 2014

... valuables travelling in the hold. Thieves of course know this and specifically target day packs. I'll never know if our thief was bitterly disappointed with their loot of sandwiches, fruit, nuts, peanut butter and tupperware or if they were in fact yogi bear and our pick-a-nick basket was their first choice. Perhaps a Jean Valjean character simply wanted to feed his family on our surfeit of snacks. If this is the case I consider our languidly guarded bag a ...

Big towns and ghost towns

A travel blog entry by chrisfox93 on Aug 28, 2013

... And in addition, although sounding cool - it was not meant to be that spectactuler.
I did however visit humberstone about an hour out of Iquique which was an old abandoned nitrate town and an UNESCO world heritage site to boot. After mistaking the ticket office for some Chilean equivalant of a rednecks place and get chased by a pack of dogs I got in. It was pretty damn cool as I mostly had the windswept place to ...