San Pedro de Atacama, Chile (5 days/4 nights)

5 days / 4 nights

San Pedro de Atacama, Chile (5 days/4 nights)
Day 1. Bike Ride to Laguna Cejar
Day 1. Bike Ride to Laguna Cejar
Day 1. Bike Ride to Laguna Cejar
Day 1. Laguna Chaxa Visit

Multi-day trip description

Bike through Laguna Cejar, visit different valleys, and enjoy hiking in this accessible tour in San Pedro de Atacama.falseBike through Laguna Cejar, visit different valleys, and enjoy hiking in this accessible tour in San Pedro de Atacama.

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    Transportation is wheelchair accessible

From $3,300 USD / per person

*Price based on 2 travelers

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    Itinerary

    Day 1. Bike Ride to Laguna Cejar + Laguna Chaxa Visit thumbnail

    Day 1. Bike Ride to Laguna Cejar + Laguna Chaxa Visit

    Thanks to our special equipment, you will be able to enjoy a 17 km bike ride to Laguna Cejar. There, you will discover a real natural spa, where ...Thanks to our special equipment, you will be able to enjoy a 17 km bike ride to Laguna Cejar. There, you will discover a real natural spa, where you will get to bathe in their 3 saltwater natural pools while looking at the surrounding landscapes and far-away volcanoes.
    On the way back, you will stop via Laguna Chaxa, another not-to-be-missed tourist asset. Part of Los Flamencos National Reserve, it is home to several bird species, including the Chilean flamingo. You will get to bathe in the lagoon and trek around it.

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    Day 2. Trekking on Valle de la Muerte + Bike Ride thumbnail

    Day 2. Trekking on Valle de la Muerte + Bike Ride

    You will start this trek towards the Catarpe Valley along the ledges and down to the Valle de la Muerte – Death Valley. While on your way, you wi...You will start this trek towards the Catarpe Valley along the ledges and down to the Valle de la Muerte – Death Valley. While on your way, you will enjoy a variety of views: colorful mountains, sand dunes, volcano rocks, and lush meadows.
    You will return via a 5 km bike ride along the valley.

    Day 3. Visit Rio Grande, Arco Iris Valley and Petroglyphs thumbnail

    Day 3. Visit Rio Grande, Arco Iris Valley and Petroglyphs

    After a typical and rich breakfast, surrounded by green fields populated by sheep and goats, you will make your way down to the town of Rio Grand...After a typical and rich breakfast, surrounded by green fields populated by sheep and goats, you will make your way down to the town of Rio Grande. On the way, you will cross rivers and fields and discover the regional terraces, where farmers grow seasonal fruits and vegetables. You will enjoy the surrounding landscapes, animals, buildings, and colors.
    After stopping for lunch, you will continue your trek to arrive at the petroglyphs. They were produced by the locals more than 3000 years ago, and represent foxes, flamingos, llamas, and also human beings.
    You will then head onto the Arco Iris trail. This trail is named after the different colors you encounter on your way, from the soil to the surrounding red, green and purple mountains.

    Day 4. Visit Lagunas Altiplanicas thumbnail

    Day 4. Visit Lagunas Altiplanicas

    Your first visit of the day will be Laguna Piedra Roja viewpoint, at an altitude of more than 4000 meters! It is about 200 km from Bolivia and go...Your first visit of the day will be Laguna Piedra Roja viewpoint, at an altitude of more than 4000 meters! It is about 200 km from Bolivia and goes via 2 small towns: Socaire and Toconao, which used to be the region capital before the Spanish arrived. The view is worth traveling for, with red and grey colors on the mountains, and turquoise blue for the salted-water lagoon!
    Later on, you will visit Menique and Miscanti Lagoons. These lagoons were both formed millions of years ago and bear the name of the volcanoes next to them. From there, you will go on a short hike on the lagoons trail.

    Day 5. Trekking at Valle de la Luna thumbnail

    Day 5. Trekking at Valle de la Luna

    This trek will take you on a few dunes from the Moon Valley, part of Los Flamencos National Reserve. It takes its name from its lunar landscapes,...This trek will take you on a few dunes from the Moon Valley, part of Los Flamencos National Reserve. It takes its name from its lunar landscapes, with the range of colors and textures from the sand and stone formation. There, you will find out more about the Cordillera de la Sal, the Moon Valley, its history and creation.

      What's included

    • Admission

    • Park entrance

    • Tickets

    • Tour Guides

    • Assistants

    • Airport transfer

    • Ground transportation

    • Professional driver

      What's not included

    • Insurance

    • International Flights

    • Domestic flights

    • Gratuities

    • City taxes

    • Admission

    • Park entrance

    • Tickets

    • Tour Guides

    • Assistants

    • Airport transfer

    • Ground transportation

    Important information

    • The same price applies to all travelers. Please select the number of travelers with and without disabilities when booking on our website.

    • Please note that the price featured is the lowest price available based on 2 people traveling. Please get in touch with our travel experts to know what rates apply for your traveling dates / number of participants.

    • This trip can be arranged for customers traveling by themselves. Assistants and trained guides will be hired to assist and help out with the logistics needed.

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    • Travel insurance is not included but an appropriate insurance based on your personal needs is highly recommended.

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