Atacama Desert

The Atacama Desert is the driest on earth, a plateau made up of salt basins, sand, and lava flows, extending from the Andes mountains to the Pacific Ocean, where it virtually never rains. The skies are strikingly clear and blue and at night filled with stars. The charming village of San Pedro de Atacama is located in one of the many oases caused by the Bolivian winter and it is from here that you may explore this mystical desert, with stays at all styles of hotels and spas.