…it means to connect with the environment, create profound ties with the place, its people and their culture, observe attentively and with respect, without leaving traces, in a Sustainable, Conscious way and with Local Identity.
We visit nature with respect and without leaving traces.
We respect the local communities
We use local products
We avoid overburdening the places we visit
Conscious and specialized guides
Busca una experiencia
We would like to show you a different San Pedro
We invite you to explore this place in a more conscious and enjoyable way, because we want you to have an unforgettable experience, creating a real connection with the place, at times without congestion, and sharing valuable moments with other people and the local communities.
We offer various programs adjusted to your length of stay and your special interests. All include the most distinguished experiences. Choose your program!
If you are interested in cultural events have a look at our calendar of traditional festivities in San Pedro and its surroundings. Like this you have the option of planning your trip according to these dates.
Calendar of traditional & religious festivities
|Febrero 2||Fiesta de la Candelaria||San Pedro, Toconao, Caspana|
|40 días antes de Semana Santa||Carnaval||Pueblos de la cuenca de Atacama|
|Mayo 1-9||Fiesta de las Cruzes de Mayo||Rio Grande|
|Junio 29||San Pedro y San Pablo||San Pedro de Atacama|
|Julio 25||San Santiago||Rio Grande, Machuca|
|Septiembre 8||Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe||Ayquina|
|Noviembre 1°||La mesa para los difuntos|
|Diciembre 24-25||Navidad (Adoración al Niño Díos)|
When travelling in this region it is necessary to pay special attention to the climatic conditions. It is very important to protect yourself from the strong sun with a hat and dark sunglasses; on hikes, trekking, bike rides and horseback ridings you should use sun block (SPF above 30). Drink lots of water and always take some additional water with you. Don´t forget that water is a scarce resource in the desert and that the dryness and the elevated temperature tend to provoke dehydration. If your journey includes hours around or after sunset, or places over 3.000 masl take warm clothes with you, as the temperature changes and winds will be stronger at this time and that altitude.