The Uyuni Desert, Atacama, & More
Hop from lagoon to volcano to geysers to salt flat while on a tour of Chile and Bolivia.
To connect Bolivia and Chile, the best way is via the Atacama Desert in northern Chile and Uyuni Salt Flats in southern Bolivia. Look for llamas, vizcachas, flamingoes, ducks, and other wildlife while exploring these arid regions. The Atacama Desert also hosts its own salt flat, the Salar de Atacama, as well as tranquil villages, geysers, pre-Inca ruins, and two of the most famous lagoons on the altiplano, Miscanti y Meñiques. Bring your sunscreen, and a sense of adventure!Customize your Bolivia and Chile Tours
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Experience Chile and Bolivia tours to see beautiful and contrasted landscapes. Start in the highest capital in the world, La Paz. Take a city tour of this beautiful city then head to Arica in the North of Chile. During the trip spot various species of birds, llamas, vizcachas and pumas. Enjoy the beautiful scenery of the city, the sea, the desert and the Andes in the background. The view of rock formations in the middle of the desert with the Lincancabur Volcano in the background is stunning.
To connect Bolivia and Chile the best way is either through Arica in the very North of Chile or via the Atacama desert and Uyuni salt flats. While the Atacama desert and the Uyuni salt flats are an attraction worth traveling to from afar, Arica is interesting as it is the closest to a beach / coast resort Bolivia has. Since Bolivia is a landlocked country, the closest Ocean to La Paz, the capital of Bolivia is Arica in Chile.
Enjoy the beautiful view of the twin lagoons of Meniques and Miscanti and spot some ducks and other bird species as well as llamas and vicunas. Visit one of the largest salt flat in the world, the Salar de Atacama and get closer to the flamingoes in their natural habitat. Discover also the Geyser El Tatio to see its great phenomenon of steam water coming from the floor. Head to Santiago to see another scenery of the city surrounded by mountains. Continue to the South of Chile to discover Patagonia and the Chile Lake Region. Learn more about our tours that include Chile and Bolivia tours.