The Village of Tulor lies about 10 km (6 mi) south of San Pedro de Atacama, itself inhabited some 10,000 years. It is considered the archaeological capital of Chile, and boasts an important historical museum named for Father Gustavo el Paige, the discoverer of Tulor.
The popular destination also caters to travelers with trips to several other top destinations, including Moon Valley, Atacama Salt Lake, Licancabur Volcano, El Tatio geysers, and many other natural wonders.
The city's small airport has regular flights to Santiago and elsewhere in the region, while buses connect the town toCalama, Antofagasta, San Salvador de Jujuy (Argentina), and Uyuni (Bolivia). Many multiple-day tours offer transport between Uyuni as well. You can rent cars in town.
- El Tatio Geysers
- Rainbow Valley (Valle del Arcoiris)
- Church of San Pedro de Atacama
- Institute of Archaeological Research and R. P. G. Le Page Museum (Instituto de Investigacio
- Atacama Desert
- Pukara de Quitor
- Moon Valley (Valle de la Luna)
- Tebenquiche Lagoon
- Ojos del Salar
- Los Flamencos National Reserve (Reserva Nacional Los Flamencos)
- Atacama Salt Flats (Salar de Atacama)
- Puritama Hot Springs (Termas Baños de Puritama)
- Cejar Lagoon (Laguna Cejar)
- Chaxa Lagoon (Laguna Chaxa)