1 Valle de la Luna
Watch the setting sun heighten the textures and deepen the colours of the valley’s sweeping dunes and undulating rock formations.
2 The Salar de Atacama
Explore the vast salt flats of the Atacama Desert, the driest place on Earth – parts of it never, ever see rain.
3 El Tatio
At 4300m, pools of boiling water send clouds of steam into the air at the crack of dawn.
4 Iquique’s beaches and mountains
The city has made a name for itself as a surfers’ haven and is also one of the best places to paraglide in the world.
5 The Pintados geoglyphs
Discover these mysterious, indigenous images, the largest collection of geoglyphs in South America.
6 Lauca and Isluga parks
Trek through a landscape of mineral baths, cobalt lakes, sparkling salt flats and spongy bogs at dizzying altitudes.
7 Altiplano wildlife
Thousands of llamas and alpacas, vicuñas and vizcachas, flamingoes and condors – a photographer’s dream.