Check with your treating physician.
Minimum acclimatization of two nights is needed before visiting a place above 4,000 meters.
Moon Valley and Mars Valley, Pucará de Quitor, Tulor Village, Arcoíris Valley, Hierbas Buenas,
Garganta del Diablo, Cejar Lagoon, Tebinquinche Lagoon, Chaxa Lagoon, Miscanti and Miñiques
Lagoons, Piedras Rojas, Talar Salt Flat, Aguas Calientes II Salt Flat, Lejía Lagoon, Tatio Geyser,
Puritama Hot Springs, Monturaqui Crater, volcanoes.
There are direct flights from Santiago (SCL) to Calama (CJC) every day on Latam, JetSmart and
SkyAirlines airlines. From the airport, you can take a transfer to San Pedro de Atacama, the duration
of the trip 1 ½ hour approximately. You can arrive by land from any part of Chile via TurBus, from
Arica via Frontera, from Calama via Tur Bus, Frontera, K-Tur, Amanecer and Atacama 2000. It is also
possible to arrive in a private car.
In the center, you will find several restaurants and places where you can have a drink, have dinner
and listen to live music.
Yes, in Caracoles street at the corner of Toconao.
There is a basic post, with technicians in nursing, general practitioners and dentists.
Yes, in the center there are several exchange houses.
There are fairly well-stocked warehouses where they sell everything.
Caracoles, the main street, is full of handicraft stands and galleries.
There are a taxi service and public transport that goes inside the village to some ayllus. For
information on timetables ask at the town hall.