Rates are valid from January to December 2018
- CLP 475,800 p.p. / 2 people
- CLP 390,000 p.p. / 3 people
- CLP 332,900 p.p. / 4 people
- CLP 298,600 p.p. / 5 people
- CLP 280,100 p.p. / 6 people
Private. On request. (Minimum 2 people).
Starting / Finishing Points
The trip starts in the afternoon at your hotel and ends at San Pedro de Atacama or Calama Airport depending on your arrangements
- 1 Full Day Excursion
- 1-night camping in the Atacama Desert
- Transportation and activities as detailed in the itinerary
- Bilingual English/Spanish guide
- Entrance fees to national parks and indigenous communities visited
- Day 1: BL, D
- Day 2: B
- B: breakfast, BL: box lunch, D: dinner
- Flight tickets
- Meals, drinks, and snacks not mentioned in the program
- Items of a personal nature
- Voluntary tipping of guides
All transport is by van, jeep, and 4x4 vehicles.
In the Atacama region, the weather follows a typical desert pattern of hot days and cold nights. The Atacama Desert is considered to be the driest place on earth and rain is rare at any time of year, although it should be noted that between December and March, Bolivia's wet winter weather can sometimes cause unexpected rainfall in the Atacama.
- Spring-Summer (October to March): Daytime temperatures usually range between 20°C - 24°C (68-77 F). Night time temperatures will most likely range from 5°C - 0°C (41 - 32 F)
- Autumn-Winter (April to September): Daytime temperatures range from 15°C -20°C (59-68 F). Night time temperatures will most likely be -10°C - 0°C (14 - 32F)
We reserve the right to change the order of the days in any itinerary at the discretion of the trip guide and based on operational considerations. The trip guide can modify, change or eliminate part of the itinerary based on safety/weather considerations.
This trip does not demand physical activity other than walking at a normal pace over rather a flat terrain. Nevertheless, as you will be touring in high oxygen deprivation - altitude sickness - will affect everyone to some extent. Guides will have oxygen tanks every day at disposition if someone feels sick during the tours.
What You Need to Bring
Comfortable walking shorts, clothes and shoes& parka. Also, the camera, sunscreen, and sunglasses will be recommended.