Valley Of The Moon And Death Valley In Atacama

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Highlights of Valle De La Luna And Valle De La Muerte

A tour that will take you through landscapes that look like another planet because of the amazing geological formations found there. The walk will take place in the Cordillera de la Sal, an area eroded by water and wind for millions of years.

Our excursion invites you to enter the Los Flamencos National Reserve, to go to the Moon Valley, where saline sculptures stand out.

Adding the option to the Death Valley , we will also be touring this place characterized by its strange geological forms, its incredible rock sculptures and sand dunes. Many people consider this area as the most inhospitable place on the planet and we invite you to explore it.

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STARTS
ATACAMA (CL)
Valle de la Luna: meeting point to be confirmed - 2 PM
Moon Valley + Death Valley: 9 AM or 2 PM for selected hotels
ENDS
Moon Valley: 7 PM meeting point
Moon Valley + Death Valley: Drop off 2 PM or 7 PM
DURATION
4 Hours
FREQUENCY
Everyday
INCLUDED
- Valle de la luna solo: English / Spanish guide, snack
- Moon Valley + Death Valley: Tickets, English / Spanish guide, Transfer IN / OUT of selected hotels, Drink (cocktail)
NOT INCLUDED
Valle de la luna alone: tickets, meals or drinks
PHYSICAL REQS.
High sun exposure tour.
DIFFICULTY
Low
WHAT TO BRING?
Comfortable shoes, hat, sunscreen, sunglasses and water.
DESTINATIONS
Atacama (CL)
OTHER
Please note that once the reservation is confirmed it is not possible to modify or extend the tour.
Moon Valley Tour + Death Valley: Minimum 4 people.

Details of Day Tours

The tour begins with the departure from hotels in San Pedro de Atacama, following the Cordillera de la Sal. Formed millions of years ago and subjected to the action of rain, wind and sun, it resulted in a wide variety of natural structures, with different stratifications and colorations.

There we will visit the Valle de la Luna , which is part of the Los Flamencos National Reserve. Famous also for its salt sculptures known as Las Tres Marías, formed by wind erosion. The wind also causes the terrain to be generated similar to that of the lunar surface, hence its name.

If you choose the tour that also visits the Death Valley, we will be visiting a great geographical beauty area where its salt formations seem to be sculptures or works of natural art. It is also an attraction for the possibility of practicing sandboarding.

Finally, we will end our excursion with the observation of the sunset from one of the highest points of the Cordillera de la Sal, the Kari viewpoint, and then return to the hotels in San Pedro de Atacama.

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12/10/2016
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The driest desert in the world gives your as a present the magical experience of visiting valle de la luna and end up the tour climbed up in a dune watching the most beautiful sunset you can recall.

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Rates of Valle De La Luna And Valle De La Muerte in Atacama

Valid rates for 2020 per person

Moon Valley only
Includes guide in Spanish / English during the visit and snack
Offered in: ESP,ENG
Starts: 14:00 Hs
Duration: 5 HS
Operates: Everyday

From: USD 24.5

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