SAN PEDRO DE ATACAMA

San Pedro de Atacama is a Chilean town and commune in El Loa Province, Antofagasta Region. It is located east ofAntofagasta, some 106 km (60 mi) southeast of Calama and the Chuquicamata copper mine, overlooking the Licancabur volcano. It features a significant archeological museum, the R. P. Gustavo Le Paige Archaeological Museum, with a large collection of relics and artifacts from the region. Native ruins nearby now attract increasing numbers of…

NAVY MUSEUM OF IQUIQUE

One of the places that you must visit is this museum, because it will show you a very patriotic part of the chlean spirit, they saved a big part of the weopons, outfits, medals, and photos of the Pacific war right here.

IQUIQUE

is a port city and commune in northern Chile, capital of both the Iquique Province andTarapacá Region. It lies on the Pacific coast, west of the Atacama Desert and the Pampa del Tamarugal. It had a population of 216,419 as of the 2002 census.[2] It is also the main commune of the Greater Iquique.

VALLEY OF LLUTA

The Lluta River is a river located in the northern part of the Arica y Parinacota Region of Chile. Its headwaters are on the western flanks of the Andes of the Parinacota Province, just a few kilometers south of the border with Peru, and empties intoPacific Ocean about 4 km north of the city of Arica.

TOWN OF JOSE RAUL NARANJO MENESE

the Andean resort town ofParinacota, a town full of craftsmen. From Hualles Street to passages around the Manuel Castillo Ibaceta roundhouse, one may find a diverse array of crafts available to tourists (and crafted on site) of stone sculpture and wood, archaeological reproductions, ocarinas, archaeological ceramics from the north of Chile, designs on fabric, weavings, seaweed, utilitarian and decorative ceramics, as well…