Update: The Atacama Salar is temporarily closed until further notice, instead it is going to Valle de Jere
To the south of San Pedro de Atacama in our first stop we find Toconao. This town was built with Liparita stone, we will visit its square full of history with its bell tower built in 1750 with adobe and cactus wood, and the San Lucas Church, both are national monuments.
In the Valley of Jere, we will see the true wealth of the Toconares. A canyon that thanks to the microclimate it has and the waters that come down from the mountain range, is fertile and turns the sector into one of the greenest places in the desert. In addition, we will see fruit orchards and a variety of flora.
Then we will visit the Altiplanic Lagoons, the Salar and Piedras Rojas. Finally, in the excursion we will visit the National Reserve of the Flamingos in the Chaxa Lagoon, where you will be able to enjoy the varied species of birds and the color of the flamingos. The deep blue sky of Atacama, the heights of the Andean volcanoes and the sunset will give us the farewell to return to San Pedro de Atacama.
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