Hotel Dunas

Address: Calle Tocopilla 313 , San Pedro de Atacama, Chile | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Calle Tocopilla 313 , San Pedro de Atacama.
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      Travel Blogs from San Pedro de Atacama

      Fawlty Towers

      A travel blog entry by shazbattical on Nov 17, 2014

      8 comments, 3 photos

      ... get me from SPA to Uyuni in Bolivia. This means that troublesome border controls are much easier and that you see incredible sights on the way. None of the tour companies has a sterling reputation and this was borne out by my being ready at 7.45am and then calling themat 8.30am to find out where they were only for them to tell me that i hadn´t apparently shown up so they´d left without me. I was not best pleased and the guy i ...

      The highest geysers in the world

      A travel blog entry by daveanddale on Oct 26, 2014

      ... at a tiny town of 7 permanent residents who live here
      simply to serve the tourists. We bought a skewer of llama meat which was a nice
      snack. The adobe houses have thatched roofs made of the local alpine grass
      which is a yellow colour and the same roof adorns the unusual small village
      church. We were very pleased with this tour but when we got back to the hostel
      we were really tired both from the early start and the heat of the middle of
      the day ...

      Geysers del Tatio

      A travel blog entry by micknmila on Oct 04, 2014

      31 photos

      ... Tatio Geyser national park around 6.30 am. It's absolutely freezing but we drive and walk round the geyser field. The El Tatio (the Geysers), which in Quechua means "old man crying" is the third largest geyser field in the world. The eruptions of water reach great heights, and are produced due to the convergence of groundwater above a lava field which when mixed, produce huge plumes of steam and gases are expelled through the cracks. ...

      Lakes, volcanoes and desert

      A travel blog entry by angela_louise on Sep 25, 2014

      35 photos

      ... we went to Valle de la Luna, not the same one as in La Paz. We started off with a short drive to Valle de la Muerte, which is basically the beginning of a new mountain range with clay mountains looking very red. It looked like Mars. We climbed a few of the rocks and looked across the whole valley from the viewpoint and you could see for miles. It was very windy so we got covered in dust. Then we headed to Valle de la Luna, first visiting the 3 Marias, strange rock ...

      Where Heaven Stopped and the Earth Began

      A travel blog entry by mjolly on Jul 08, 2014

      3 comments, 15 photos

      ... s always good.

      Day 3
      Valle del Arcoiris - Here there are all sorts of colorful rock formations. The different rocks colors are caused by differences in the mineral composition, as well as lava from the nearby volcano. There were red rocks which reminded me a lot of CO, but then also colors like purple and green. On the drive there we also got to see wild donkeys.

      Petroglyphs - Petroglyphs are essentially ancient carvings in rocks. ...