Valle de la Luna, San Pedro de Atacama

Enter your dates to find available activities

Valle de la Luna, San Pedro de Atacama: Our most recommended tours and activities

San Pedro de Atacama: 3-Day Special Activity Combo

1. San Pedro de Atacama: 3-Day Special Activity Combo

Delight in 3 days of activities and discover the must-sees in the Atacama Desert, from San Pedro de Atacama. The natural attractions of Atacama, the driest and highest desert in the world, are scattered around San Pedro. Get ready to find conical volcanoes, blueish lagoons, steaming geysers, and rock formations that appear to be from another planet. Llamas, vicuñas, guanacos, foxes, and graceful flamingos can also be experienced in this unique wildlife environment. The 3-day pack will be a combination of the 4 tours below. The local partner will contact you before to coordinate the days on which you will attend each one. El Tatio Geysers Tour: Visit El Tatio Geysers to be mesmerized by the largest geothermal field in the southern hemisphere and the third-largest in the world. Ride through the Putana Valley, observe flora and fauna, and stop at a lagoon to see flamingos. Salt Flats Route Tour: Explore northeastern Chile’s natural wonders of the Atacama Salt Flats and a few lagoons, with breakfast included. End the day at the Tara Salt Flat and the volcano lookout. Vallecito Sunset Tour: Explore the Atacama Desert with a visit to Vallecito and stop by famous magic bus to later on end your day watching an amazing sunset. Hidden Lagoons of Baltinache Tour: Visit the hidden lagoons of Baltinache or Seven Lagoons, one of the secret places of the Atacama Desert. This is a wonderful landscape, of which only the first and the last one can be used for bathing. Due to the high salt concentration they contain, you will experience the flotation effect like the Dead Sea.

From Calama: 4-Day Atacama Desert Trip

2. From Calama: 4-Day Atacama Desert Trip

Dsicover the surreal panoramas of the Atacama Desert on a 4-day trip from Calama to San Pedro de Atacama. Explore the desert and the unique attractions in the Andean Mountain range. Visit Moon Valley, Geysers del Tatio, Miscanti and Menique lagoons, Salt Mountain, and more. Atacama Desert is an area abundant in energy, thanks to its welcoming ancestral cultures and the oasis that is the source of life in the driest desert in the world. Its unique landscape and clear skies make it a perfect enclave for astronomic observation and rich gastronomy. Day 1 Transfer from Calama Airport to the hotel. See the lunar landscape of Moon Valley. Be amazed by the changing colors in Death Valley. Day 2 Visit the Altiplanic lagoons Meñique & Miscanti, surrounded by impressive volcanoes. Explore Mirador Piedras Rojas and Atacama Salt Flat. See the historical village of Toconao. Admire views overlooking the Salar de Atacama from Socaire. Day 3 Tour around the geothermal fields of Tatio Geyser and witness molten spurts of water shoot from the ground. Visit the Cejar Lagoon, an oasis of water in the middle of a salt desert. Day 4 Transfer from the hotel to Calama Airport.

Other Sightseeing Options in Valle de la Luna, San Pedro de Atacama

Want to discover all there is to do in Valle de la Luna, San Pedro de Atacama? Click here for a full list.

What people are saying about Valle de la Luna, San Pedro de Atacama

Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 10 reviews

San Pedro was an AMAZING area with lots to do. The tours I did were great, only giving 4 stars because I could've waiting and gotten cheaper pricing through the hostel I stayed at (I think most hotels and hostels you can book tours through the front desk). I would also highly recommend renting a bike and going to the Devils Throat, it was the cheapest thing I did (5,000 pesos for bike and 3,000 for entrance) and probably my favorite! The astronomy tour through the Meteorite Museum was also AMAZING.

The activities were very good and interesting. You see a lot of San Pedro de Atacama. The Valley de Luna was not included in the tour even though it said so in the description. Unfortunately, I only had a Spanish-speaking guide on one tour and not an English-speaking one as booked.

Very well organized trip. We were informed about everything upfront and everything worked out very well. We had 4 different tour guides, all of them were amazing.

The tours were well coordinated and the guides are very knowledgeable. The places were amazing!!

We had 4 different tours and our guides were great - Carolina, Sheryl, Loretta and Raphael