The museum also houses a fine archeological collection of some 20,000 objects discovered in this area.The arid Atacama Desert, thought to be a barrier to early South American settlers, may have held lakes large enough to sustain small human populations, according to new research presented here today.Here you can find museums which record man's presence over the last 10,000 years, sea and long sandy beaches, relaxation and entertainment in casinos, restaurants and hotels, and above all the friendly hospitality of the Chilean people.The Chilean Altiplano, situated in the foothills of the Andean Mountain Range, 4.000 meters above sea level, is a treasure chest of natural phenomena set in surroundings of unspoilt beauty.The tour ends with an optional visit to an archaeological museum.
The region known as the North of Chile occupies an area equivalent in size to two thirds of Italy.
After ascending the ruins, marvel at the view of the Andes Mountains and surrounds.
The drive continues to the town of Tulor, one of the primary settlements in the Atacama Desert, where travellers will visit the ruins’ excavation site and the reconstruction of its original homes.
Return to the hotel, have dinner on your own and get a good night's sleep.
Morning departure towards the archeological site of Tulor - the oldest vestige and first human settlement in the Atacama Salt Flat, that has been miraculously preserved.