Among the dirt streets of this ancient town, the mysticism of ancestral cultures merges with modern tourism. Only 102 km away from Calama is San Pedro de Atacama, mainly a land of indigenous ethnic groups.
The Elqui Valley is one of the most visited destinations in Chile, which you can not miss if you are a lover of nature, astronomy, pisco, and you are looking for a different experience traveling through wonderful landscapes in an RV.
Valparaíso, the most important sea port in Chile, is a place to experience. There is no official version of the number of hills surrounding the bay of Valparaíso; It is said that there are 42 in total.
The Colchagua Valley is one of many valleys of the central area of Chile, where the cities of San Fernando and Santa Cruz are located, two of the most important in the region, and some places of great local customs and wine tourism.
Located on the shore of Lake Llanquihue, Puerto Varas is known as "the city of roses". One of the best things to do is to walk from end to end thorugh its waterfront, touring the houses of unmistakable German architecture.
Aysén has characteristics that differ from the rest of Patagonia: impenetrable forests, upholstered in green, moss and abundance of water. They are the essential components of a magic and captivating landscape.
The main attraction of this National Park is its famous mountains. You will be surprised with its trekking circuits that cross forests, hills and waterfalls; with privileged views of the white fields of Campo de Hielo Sur.
Get on a motorhome and watch the endless fields, up in the plains the guanacos, and wild horses that run freely. A must is to make the circuit Dientes de Navarino, the southernmost trekking in the world.
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