Endless starry sky

The Atacama Desert in the north of Chile is the driest one in the world. It is a wonderful area to experience an ancient place and its energy. For astro-tourists the perfect place to see an infinite starry sky.

The north of Chile is also known because of its warm beaches, unique city’s oasis, parks and national reserves, for example Llullaillaco National Park or Lauca National Park with a rich diversity of flora and fauna. Here, there are indigenous groups that still maintain traditions alive that have been maintained for thousands of years.

If you want to organize a tour with your own individual places, let us know! We will be happy to help you with further information.

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