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Atacama – Desert Flowers (Code: 0055)

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Atacama – Desert Flowers   (Code: 0055)

3 days/2 nights (2 - 8 participants)  Season: September to November in years of desert bloom

The blooming desert of Atacama - a unique phenomenon that occurs every few years in the world´s driest desert, due to cyclic climatic conditions.

Experience this wonder of colours, fragrances and live itself in the plains and ravines of this vast desert.

During the 3 days you travel through different sectors of desert bloom in the Atacama Region.

Walking through Llanos de Challe National Park you get to know its wide biodiversity – living species that are able to sleep and resist adverse conditions during years to appear in all their splendor when they received suficient water during winter.

Further you can enjoy marvelous views over Atacama’s coast and be amazed by strange rock formations.


Traveling across Atacama (Code 0054)

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Traveling across Atacama   (Code: 0054)

4 days/3 nights (2 - 8 participants)  Season: November - March

Passing Atacama desert from Copiapó airport to the southernmost corner of this región, from the Pacific Ocean until the colourful mountains of the Andean foothills.

On a boat trip around Chañaral island in Nacional Reserve Pingüino de Humboldt, you get to know the enormous biodiversity of this place. Among several kinds of birds, sea lions, penguins and dolphins, during summertime you have a good chance to observe whales,  possibly even the blue whale – currently the largest mammal on planet earth.

The Huasco Valley – a place marked by agriculture in the middle of the desert environment, offers delicious fruits and exclusive typical products. Learn about artisanal elaboration process of pisco and “pajarete” (or desert wine) in the sunny upper part of this valley.


Olives, Ocean and Cacti (Code 0058)

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 Olives, Ocean and Cacti   (Code: 0058)

Fullday (2 - 8 participants)  Season: possible during the whole year

The coastal sector of Huasco Province in southern Atacama Region stands out for its eternal beaches, its scenic beauties as well as its olive cultivation and the delicious products derived from the olives.

We get to know the small town of Freirina – a place charged with history, that awaits us with its beautiful town square and its national monuments.

The Llanos de Challe National Park offers us an insight into the ecosystem of this area. During a hike we can marvel at the impressive views, the desert flora and bizarre geological formations. With some luck we also can observe native animals as for example guanacos, foxes, lizards etc.

In “Olivos Centenarios” we walk below the most ancient olive trees of Huasco Valley and we learn about olive growing and the family history of the estate’s owners and of course olives and oil can be tasted.

To conclude our tour we enjoy a cocktail with delicious typical products of this fertile desert valley.


Huasco Valley from the Pacific to the Andes (Code: 0052)

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 Huasco Valley - from the Pacific to the Andes  (Code: 0052)

3 days/2 nights (2 - 8 participants) Season: possible during the whole year

A program full of surprises that guides you through different sectors of the Huasco Valley from the ocean until the mountains.

You’ll visit  historical places such as AldeAntonia in Vallenar, the town square of Freirina with its national monuments and Hacienda Armidita in the Tránsito Valley also known as “Indian Valley”.

You’ll learn about olive growing and making of olive derived products – traditional activities in the coastal sector.

In the sunny Andean foothills there are different producers of valued handcrafted pisco and “pajarete” (or desert wine) – the last one with designation of origin in Chile’s Atacama and Coquimbo región and which already enjoys  international recognition.

In an old “Hacienda” you’ll know about its elaboration process.

You’ll  have free time to spend in the small port of Huasco with its never ending beach and in the relaxed village of Chanchoquín in the Tránsito Valley.

Get surprised with the colours and contrasts of Pinte ravine. In the tiny little village with the same name you’ll visit the site museum which exhibits a surprising collection of fossils found in the surroundings, witnesses of our planet’s prehistory.

You’ll  sleep and eat in nice and friendly places where owners will care about you.


Huasco Alto - flavours and histories (Code: 0053)

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   “Huasco Alto” – flavours and histories (Code: 0053)

Fullday (2 - 8 participants)  Season: possible during the whole year  

Let yourself immerse in the very special world of the sunny upper part of Huasco Valley, where histories await you about Spaniards and “Naturals”, about local families – peasants and producers of delicious typical products, about cataclysms and life forms that inhabited our planet many million years ago.

Experience the flavours that characterize Alto del Carmen’s two sub valleys such as e.g. the artisanal pisco and the “pajarete”, a natually sweet wine of the Atacama Desert.

Enjoy colours, contrasts and the warmth of people who inhabit this territory which is marked by agriculture in middle of a desert environment.


From Valley to Valley (Code: 0051)

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From Valley to Valley  (Code: 0051)

4 days/3 nights (2 - 6 participants)   Season: October - April

On our way to the initiating point of our two-day trekking tour, which takes us througt the lonely landscapes of Atacama’s Andean foothills, we pass the fertile Tránsito Valley and the colourful Pinte ravine that leads us to the tiny village of the same name. Get amazed with the diversity of millions of years old marine fossils that exist in this place – witnesses of planet earth’s history which are  exhibited in the small local site museum. Here – far away from stress and everyday life – we join an outdoor barbeque below Atacama’s nightsky before we set up our camp to spend the night. The following day, early in the morning we start our 35 km trekking tour direction to the Carmen Valley on the other side of the Tatul mountain range. We follow the steps of the ancient native inhabitants who used this path, unknown by spanish conquerers, to get from one valley to the other passing an altitud of almost 3000 m.a.s.l. On the way you’ll know the different mountainous landscapes, local flora and fauna, vestiges of ancient mining activity and goats grazing which still remains until today. We spend this night in tents in an outdoor camp. Enjoy the silence and peace and the amazing starry nightsky. Arriving to the village of San Félix in the Carmen Valley, a room with private bathroom awaits in a rural lodgement, located in middle of fruit trees and grapes cultivation. Here you can enjoy your well-deserved rest. The next day, after breakfast you have time to stroll around the village before you’ll be taken back to Vallenar.

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