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San Pedro De Atacama Village Tour

by Quimbaya Latin America

Public experiences are in English unless specified as otherwise

  • Location
    San Pedro, Chile
  • Duration
    1h (Public) / 1h (Private)
  • Group Size
    Up to 50 guests (Public) / 15 guests (Private)
  • Language(s)
    • English,
    • Français (French),
    • Español (Spanish),
    • Italiano (Italian)

Itinerary

San Pedro de Atacama is an oasis, a small charming village that serves as the main door to the driest desert on our planet. We invite you to walk through is streets, where everything looks brown because of their constructions in adobe (mud brick). It is considered the archaeological capital of Chile. The deserts that surround it, as well as its salt flats and the native peoples that today are preserved intact, have made it one of the preferred destinations for tourism in recent years. Join us and discover is historic church, the Municipality and the main square.

Public Experience Private/Custom Experience
Who You will be one of several joining the experience from across the globe. Exclusive experience for you and/or your party
Interaction You will get a chance to ask questions, however, the guide will be attending to all participants. You will get more one on one time with your guide throughout the experience.
Experience Standard, curated for the public. You can make custom requests to your interests.
When Choose from an available time. Choose from an available time slot or request a specific date and time.
Reduced pricing available with subscription! Learn more

Preparing for your Experience

When you sign up, we will send you the zoom link, then just click on the link at the time of the tour and join the tour.

You’ll be able to ask questions as the guide walks around.  So make sure you have a good and stable internet connection. 

Meet Your Guide

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Alejandro
Quimbaya Latin America

My name is Alejandro Katipare Pakarati Delgado, I am an audiovisual communicator and tour guide in Rapa Nui, better known as Easter Island. Since the pandemic started, I have dedicated myself to hosting online experiences. I am very happy that today’s technology allows us to connect in this way and to be able to share with you the history and culture inherited from my Rapanui ancestors.