Immerse yourself in the history of Chile as you explore Iquique and its surroundings. Visit the UNESCO-listed Humberstone town which was once a booming nitrate extraction site, observe the local flora and fauna, see the petroglyphs carved into the mountain slopes, and visit the salt-mining desert town of Salar Grande. This tour is great for those interested in learning about the history, culture, and daily life of northern Chile.
We enter the most beautiful places of the Tarapacá region where the fauna and flora is a unique experience, you will know the giant of Atacama the largest geoglyph in the world with 85mts of extension, then we go to the village of Chuzmisa where we will see the lookout the ravines and a panoramic view of the place, we go to the Geisers, where we will see the fumaroles and the geyser explosion, we go to the thermal baths and the national park of Isluga, ending in the border town of Colchane where the Giant Cactus
The route to Salar del Huasco stands out from the local routes because of the easy way to access the Altiplano from Iquique. A road in very good condition takes us in some hours to more than 4.000 m, s.n.m. an area of specific biodiversity and very intense colors.
Discover the driest place on earth by bike on a 9-hour fat biking tour of the Atacama Desert from Iquique. In a small-group limited to four, you’ll embark on a 10-mile (16-km) ride over the dunes of the Atacama Desert. A flat downhill route and fat-tire bike means you’ll be able to travel safely and at high-speeds throughout the tour. All equipment, water, and hotel pickup and drop-off are included.