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Selfdrive Tours

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Are you travelling in your own or in a rental car ??

It’s a quite good option to visit the “Garden of Atacama”

We’ll put together your personal itinerary based on your interests and considering our various attractions and our local tourist offer as well as distances and travel times that allow you to really enjoy your trip through the Huasco Valley.

We’ll book all services included in your selfdrive-tour to ensure their availability and that you are well received and attended on your visit.

We’ll adapt your itinerary to the momentary possibilities in the context of the sanitary situation due to covid.

We recommend you to do your selfdrive-tour with an accompanying English speaking guide if the capacity of your car allows it. This way you can take advantage an learn even more about this special valley and you can ask your questions or comunicate your curiosities at any time.

In case that this is not possible, we’ll prepare and deliver you a selfdrive-description that indicates the approximate distances and times, the contacts of the service providers as well as basic information about the places to visit.


Southern Atacama – Fauna of the Land, the Ocean and the Air (fullday)

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0054 Isla Chañaral    0054 Delfine    0054 Seelöwen    0054 Ballena Fin    0054 Ballena Jorobada 1    0054 Ballena Jorobada 2    0054 Pingüino de Humboldt    0054 Yeco    0054 Carrizalillo    0054 Guanacos

Southern Atacama – Fauna of the Land, the Ocean and the Air

Fullday (2 - 8 participants)  Season: November - March

A day trip to the southern extreme of the Atacama Region – a place that surprises.

We leave early in direction to te “Pingüino de Humboldt” National Reserve crossing on our way the wide desert landscapes and Atacama’s coastal mountain range.

Arriving to the small fisherman-village Chañaral de Aceituno we start a 2 ½ hours boat-tour for the marine reserve and its impressive and fragile ecosystem which is direcytly related to the humboldt current.

The Chañaral Island and its surroundings are habitat of a great variety of resident and migratory species of marine fauna, such as dolphins, sea lions, sea otters and many different birds – among the latter the world’s biggest colony of humboldt penguins.

Further, during Summer season, it’s possible to observe diverse marine giants as for example the fin whale and the blue whale – the two largest animals son planet earth.

Back on the mainland we enjoy a lunch menu in a restaurant of the fisher-cove.

On our way back we take us the time for a brief stop in the small, picturesque oasis of Carrizalillo and with a bit of luck we’ll come across native terrestrial fauna such as foxes and guanacos.


Olives, Ocean and Cacti (fullday)

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0058 Olivenbäume Pferd    0058 Olivo light    0058 Eriosyce    0055 Taffonie light    0058 Landschaft LdC    0058 Pelicano    0058 Oliven Öle    0058 Copiapoa light    0058 OC mit Touristen    

 Olives, Ocean and Cacti

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. The already famous olive oil of the Huasco Valley even obtained the recognition of designation of origin in 2018 and since then it has its own respective seal.

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 2 km hike we can marvel at the impressive views, the desert flora and bizarre geological formations. With some luck we also can observe wild animals as for example guanacos, foxes, lizards etc. In “Olivos Centenarios” we walk below the most ancient olive trees of Huasco Valley which reach the age of almost 500 years and we learn about olive growing and the family history of the estate’s owners. Of course olives and oil can also be tasted. During the course of our tour we have the option of brief stops to visit the salerooms of local producers of typical products.


Huasco Alto - Flavours and Histories (fullday)

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 0053 toneles light    0053 Destilación    0053 Embalse Santa Juana light    0053 AdC Kirche light    0053 cabra    0053 Plaza Pinte light  0053 Pinte Schlucht light                            

   “Huasco Alto” – Flavours and Histories

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

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 families – peasants and producers of delicious typical productsas e.g. the varied fruits, the goat cheese, the artisanal pisco and the “pajarete” (desert vine) – the last two with designation of origen in Chile’s Atacama- and Coquimbo Region. Get to know the colourful mountains which through their geological formations and their fossils tell you stories about ancient times when they rested on the bottom of the sea. Enjoy with all your senses this place marked by agriculture in middle of the desert environment.


Art and Stars (fullday)

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Arte y Astros Embalse Santa Juana   Arte y Astros Pinte 1   Arte y Astros Pinte 2   Arte y Astros Joyas 1   Arte y Astros Joyas 2   Arte y Astros Joyas 3   Arte y Astros Fosil   Arte y Astros Astro 1   Arte y Astros Astro 2

Art and Stars

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

The Huasco Valley offers a wide range of artistic expressions that are based on the natural, historical and cultural characteristics of the environment.

During this tour we’ll be introduced to the world of jewelry smithing – a craft with identitary seal in a valley where artisanal mining and metallurgy form a fundamental part of local history.

In the secluded and tiny little village of Pinte located in the picturesque ravine of the same name that stands out for its multicoloured montains, its strange geological formations and its varied paletological vestiges, you become the creator of your own copper-jewel during a workshop with Iván Torres, a Diaguita craftsman. Further we’ll visit in this magical place the small paleontological museum, the idyllic village square and during our stay you’ll have the posibility to peck and drink diverse delicious tipical products of this fertile desert valley.

As the night falls over the valley, we focus our views on this Atacama night sky– widely recognized for its privileged atmospheric conditions.

Outside the urban center of Vallenar, you can enjoy a firmament that impresses at plain sight.

Assisted by a local astronomic entrepreneur with extensive knowledge you can not only observe the celestial bodies up close using profesional equipment, but also learn about cosmic events and the relation inbetween astronomy and the local indigenous worldview.


From Valley to Valley (4 days/3 nights)

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 0051 El Tránsito neu   0051 Los Amarillos    0051 Mathi in Schlucht    0051 Wandergruppe    0051 El Churcal light   0051 Valle Carmen            

From Valley to Valley

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

An active and challenging experience !!!

During this program you get to know and sense the sunny Andean foothills of Huasco Province – a completely rural area that keeps a lot of secrets.

We start in the city of Vallenar and travel first through the Tránsito Valley which is also known as “Indian Valley“ as it has been a place of refuge for the indigenous inhabitants since the Spanish coloization of the zone.

In the village of El Tránsito we share a delicious barbecue in the pleasant familiar atmosphere of a rural hostel where we also stay overnight.

The following day at dawn we drive to Pinte – the starting point of our demanding trekking of two complete days of duration.

We cross by foot the Tatul mountain range that divides the “Indian Valley” from the “Spaniards Valley” (Carmen Valley) which owes its nickname to the settlement of Spanish colonizers in the 17th century.

The route takes us along the footpath of the ancient indigenous inhabitants of the place such as the “Molle”, the “Animas”, the “Diaguitas” and also the Incas who arrived in this area in the 15th century.

Until today, the trail is used by transhumant goat herders - the only human beings that inhabit these solitary mountainous landscapes.

During our crossing, we reach a máximum height of 3000 masl and we spend the night in a field camp.

In the evening of our 2nd day of walk we arrive –tired and satisfied- to the main village of the Carmen Valley: San Félix

We enjoy the well-deserved rest in a rural hostel in the middle of vines and fruit trees.

The next day after breakfast we head back to Vallenar travelling through the Carmen Valley and visiting the small town of Alto del Carmen.

On our way there’s the option to visit an artisanal pisquera (Horcón Quemado or Bou Barroeta).

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