Im not used to be rude and leaving bad comment for free! But if only i knew before i would not have done it !! Arcoiris mean rainbow they sold us the tour as mountains with many colors (as in peru) but believe me or...More
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Beautiful, it s a place you should visit for sure. They have special kind of rocks that only exists in this part of the earth
Our tour included Rainbow Valley, Rio Grande and Hierbas Buenas and was well worth doing. There were not as many visitors here which made it feel less commercialised, it also gave you the opportunity to understand both the geography and the way of life for...More
It is a bit of a drive from the city. Our guide got us from the old-route (and not the highway). He had a lot of knowledge about the different rocks and minerals in the valley. Beautiful trail, ended with a snack and coffee.
We came here because the Laguna Miscanti and the geysers were closed due to snow and were still extremely happy with it. It shouldn't be the top thing on your list but it should be very high. The rocks tower over you and have varying...More
This one was not in my original plans to visit but because of weather conditions we went with this tour and let me tell you that I was not disappointed! We did this tour with Vive Atacama and our guide Felipe was so knowledgeable about...More
A long time to get there. Driving on a riverbed on an improvised road. Once you get there the roch formations and the colors are fantastic. In fact, you are at the bottom of a volcano's crater going back millions of years.The erosion did the...More
Rainbow valley was stunning. We went with turis tours who were very good. We also went to Rio Grande village - a good chat as we walked round but it would have been good to go in a house or even the church. The rock...More
We went to San Pedro de Atacama in early March 2017 and spent 6-7 days visiting the main attractions. The Valle de Arco Iris was the best of all. They are incredible mountains, with amazing formations and incredible combination of colours (more colours than the...More