San Pedro de Atacama

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We’ve written about Chile plenty of times here at Gadling, but
I don’t think we’ve mentioned San Pedro de Atacama. A good
place to learn more about this northern Chilean city is
this article, written by
GoNomad Editor Max Hartshorne, about his recent trip to the area.

Located north of Santiago and accessible from Calama, San
Pedro is a pre-Inca town with a rich cultural history,
an ancient village, and some of the most unique
landscapes, like the Valle de la Luna. This fascinating oasis
in the desert offers stargazing tours, as well as a
variety of active travel alternatives like horse riding, hiking and kayaking.

Here is a photo
gallery
from GoNomad’s trip. Be sure to check out the sidebar for tips on where to eat, sleep and find a local
guide in the region.