Peru, Bolivia and the Atacama Desert


Lima, Cusco, Sacred Valley, Ollantaytambo, Aguas Calientes, Machu Picchu, La Paz, Salar de Uyuni, Colchani, Ojo de Perdiz, San Pedro de Atacama, Calama, Santiago

Stand observer to the antiquated marvel of Machu Picchu on a private visit.

Visit the pre-Inca remains of Tiwanaku with the assistance of a private guide.

Wonder about the normal miracles of the Uyuni Salt Flat, the Atacama Desert, and Andean volcanoes.

Find the urban areas of Cusco and La Paz on secretly guided visits.

Stay in a handpicked choice of premium facilities.

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    Discovery, Family, Guided Tours
  • Activity Level Fairly Easy
  • Group Size Medium Group
All about the Peru, Bolivia and the Atacama Desert.

A travel experience like no other

This example agenda was made by specialists and is intended to motivate your next trip. It is fit to be redone to suit your inclinations, tastes, and financial plan so you can interface with nearby societies and experience credible travel on your own terms, and leaving at whatever point you pick.

  • DAY 1

LIMA Get Settled

  • Airport Assistance (Arrival) – Local Representative(Day)
  • Peru Welcome Package.


  • DAY 2


  • Airport Assistance (Departure) – Local Representative
  • Air – Lima – Cusco [Direct, 1.5 hrs] – Economy
  • Transfer – Private – Cusco – Sacred Valley [via Awana Kancha] – Vehicle/Guide/Driver
  • Afternoon Acclimatization.


  • DAY 3

SACRED VALLEY A Healthy Dose of History

  • Chinchero Market & Ollantaytambo (with Lunch at Tunupa, 7 hrs) – Private Tour
  • Entrance Fees – Included.


  • DAY 4


  • Transfer – Private – Sacred Valley – Ollantaytambo [Hotel to Train Station] – Vehicle/Local Representative/Driver
  • Note: Special luggage instructions
  • Train – Ollantaytambo – Aguas Calientes [Vistadome (2 hrs) ] – Train Ticket
  • Transfer – Shared – Aguas Calientes – Machu Picchu [Bus up to Machu Picchu (30 min)] – Bus Ticket
  • Machu Picchu Tour (with Lunch, 4 hrs) – Private Tour
  • Transfer – Shared – Machu Picchu – Aguas Calientes [Bus down to Aguas Calientes (30 min)] – Bus Ticket
  • Dinner (included).


  • DAY 5


  • Transfer – Shared – Aguas Calientes – Machu Picchu [Bus up to Machu Picchu (30 min)] – Bus Ticket
  • Sun Gate Hike with Guide (3.5 hrs) – Private
  • Transfer – Shared – Machu Picchu – Aguas Calientes [Bus down to Aguas Calientes (30 min)] – Bus Ticket
  • Train – Aguas Calientes – Cusco [Vistadome (4 hrs)] – Train Ticket
  • Train Station – Vehicle/Driver/Local Representative.


  • DAY 6

CUSCO A Walk Through the Past

  • Walking Tour (3 hrs) – Private Tour
  • Planetarium & Inca Astronomy Tour (2 hrs) – Private.


  • DAY 7

CUSCO TO LA PAZ The Journey Continues…

  • Airport – Vehicle/Driver/Local Representative
  • Air – Cusco – La Paz [1 hr] – Direct Flight
  • Airport (Day) – Vehicle/Guide/Driver
  • At Leisure.


  • DAY 8

LA PAZ Lose Yourself in Nature

  • Tiwanaku Ruins Tour (with Lunch, 5-6 hrs) – Vehicle/Guide/Driver
  • 1/2 Day Exploring the Moon Valley (3 hrs) – Vehicle/Driver/Guide.


  • DAY 9


  • Airport (Day) – Vehicle/Guide/Driver
  • Air – La Paz – Salar de Uyuni [Direct, 1 hr] – Flight
  • (via Uyuni Salt Flats & Incahuasi Island)
  • Dinner (included).


  • DAY 10

COLCHANI Venture into the Outdoors

  • Breakfast (included)
  • Exploring the Salt Flats (with Lunch, 6-8 hrs)
  • Dinner (included).


  • DAY 11


  • Breakfast (included)
  • Transfer – Private – Colchani – Ojo de Perdiz [Exploring the Train Cemetery and Rock Valley (with Picnic Lunch, 6-8 hrs)] – Vehicle/Driver/Guide
  • Dinner (included).


  • DAY 12


  • Breakfast (included)
  • via The Stone Tree, Red Lagoon & Poloques (with Lunch, 6-8 hrs)
  • Alto Atacama Inclusions –
  • Alto Atacama Excursions
  • Dinner (included).


  • DAY 13

SAN PEDRO DE ATACAMA Pedal Through the Past

  • Alto Atacama – Desert Valley’s Biking Tour (with Picnic Lunch, 3-4 hrs) – Shared
  • Lunch (included)
  • Dinner (included).


  • DAY 14

SAN PEDRO DE ATACAMA Take to the Trails

  • Alto Atacama – Tatio Geysers Hike and Tour (with Picnic Lunch, 7-8 hrs) – Shared
  • Lunch (included)
  • Dinner (included).


  • DAY 15


  • Transfer – Shared – San Pedro de Atacama – Calama [1 hr (Alto Atacama)] –
  • Air – Calama – Santiago [2 hrs] – Direct Flight.


The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.
  • A completely tweaked agenda dependent on your inclinations and timetable
  • Every minute of every day in-objective help from our nearby office
  • All convenience stays, visits, and moves for booked exercises are covered, except if in any case recorded in the schedule
  • A private driver for visits and moves (in certain nations our neighborhood private aides additionally go about as your driver – your Destination Expert will examine with you if pertinent)
  • Neighborhood private aides or shared visits that take you through your agenda features and encounters, your last schedule will affirm the sort of visit
  • Hello at the air terminal or at your convenience from one of our delegates – your master will affirm your meet and welcome area with you
  • Breakfast every morning at your lodging, in addition to any dinners demonstrated in the schedule
  • One bag and one carry-on per individual for trip moves.
What is not included in this tour?Items that are not included in the cost of tour price.
  • Your global airfare – kindly can let your master say whether you’d prefer to get evaluating from our Air Team
  • Travel protection, which we offer and can be bought after you’ve booked your visit
  • Visas (except if noted)
  • Tips for administrations and encounters
  • Snacks, meals, and beverages (drunkard and non-heavy drinker), except if indicated in the schedule
  • Abundance things charges, and where pertinent, stuff excluded from your toll
  • Individual charges like clothing, calls, SIM cards, or room administration
  • Early registration or late registration from inns (except if in any case indicated)
  • Extra touring, exercises, and encounters outside of your agenda
  • Discretionary improvements like room or flight updates, or neighborhood camera or video expenses
  • Identification charges, vaccination expenses, and neighborhood flight charges (when appropriate).
  1. Day 1 LIMA

    Get Settled

    Upon landing in Jorge Chávez International Airport in Lima, you will be welcomed by a neighborhood agent holding a sign with your name on it right outside of appearances. After a warm gladly received, you will be guided to the entryway of the close by Wyndham Costa del Sol lodging where your agent will help with registration.

    An invite bundle containing a city map, visit vouchers, and other helpful data will be sitting tight for you upon landing in your first lodging.


    A Change of Scenery

    A nearby delegate will meet you in the hall of the Wyndham Costa del Sol, control you to Jorge Chávez International Airport, and help with flight registration.

    Load onto a trip in Lima with direct help to Cusco. The estimated flight time is one hour and 15 minutes.

    Appreciate a private exchange to the Sacred Valley, halting en route to visit Awana Kancha. A famous craftsman station and a cordial spot to encounter alpacas and Andean culture, Awana Kancha material factory is a fabulous spot to notice generally dressed ladies turning vivid examples before your eyes. Utilizing the fleece of alpacas, llamas, guanacos, and vicunas, the ladies make plans utilizing common colors that have existed in the Andes since the hour of the Inca. Notwithstanding the materials, guests get the opportunity to hand-feed llamas or attendant child alpacas with milk from a jug. Following your visit to Awana Kancha, you will be moved to your lodging in the Sacred Valley.

    The impacts of being at high heights shift from one individual to another. While a few explorers will encounter no inconvenience, others may discover the cycle of acclimatization seriously testing. To guarantee a pleasant involvement with the coming days, set aside some effort to rest and permit your body to conform to the adjustment of climate.


    A Healthy Dose of History

    Encircled by snow-covered pinnacles, the pure town of Chinchero would be like numerous other calm Andean towns that spot the land notwithstanding the clamoring outside market found in the fundamental square. World-well known, this vivid reasonable operates seven days a week and is the best spot in the nation to bargain for hand-woven dresses and cautiously made knickknacks or to just examine apparently unlimited products. Chinchero is likewise host to the remaining parts of an Inca divider and a brilliant fresco on the porch of the close by the provincial church, the two of which will be visited. Open daily, Sunday is perhaps the greatest day to visit the market, which is when merchants are selling their foods grown from the ground for the week ahead.

    Continuing with your guide and driver, visit Ollantaytambo Fortress,  the last Inca fortification to oppose the Spanish conquistadors. It is an inconceivable illustration of Inca military engineering, found on the edges of the namesake town in a space known as Temple Hill, and is regularly the beginning stage for brave explorers taking off on the last leg of the excursion to Machu Picchu along the Inca Trail. Lunch at Tunupa, a smorgasbord-style café highlighting the scope of Novo-Andean food, is incorporated.

    The compulsory traveler ticket, essential for investigations in and around the Sacred Valley, is incorporated. This traveler ticket is legitimate all through your visit around there.


    Cross a thing off the Bucket List

    In the organization of a private driver and nearby agent, withdraw from the Sacred Valley in transit to Ollantaytambo Train Station, the penultimate stop on your excursion into the old capital of the Inca Empire.

    Set close to the base of the overwhelming Pinkuylluna Mountain, wander through the languid town of Ollantaytambo to show up at the halfway found train station where you will say goodbye to your nearby aide and board the notable Vistadome. Having gotten comfortable, the train will withdraw along a course that follows the Urubamba River, managing the cost of striking perspectives on the emotional scene as you approach the valley underneath Machu Picchu. Following a two-hour venture, the Vistadome will maneuver into a train station on the lower regions underneath the old stronghold in the town of Aguas Calientes. Here, your nearby guide will invite you along with neighborhood lodging watchmen who will move your gear to your convenience.

    Kindly note, severe baggage limitations apply on board the Vistadome: 1) Only one piece of hand gear is allowed per visitor, gauging a limit of 11 lbs (5 kgs). 2) Hand gear can’t be bigger than 62 square inches. Things that surpass weight or estimation limitations won’t be allowed. If it’s not too much trouble, address your Destination Expert for more data.

    Note on Luggage: This morning, the private guide and driver who go with you to the train station in the Sacred Valley will likewise move your essential baggage back to Cusco for secure capacity. You will bring an individual short-term sack on board the train to Machu Picchu. Upon appearance to Aguas Calientes, you will land the train and meet your Machu Picchu direct right away. This neighborhood guide will guarantee your overnight sack is sent to your inn in Aguas Calientes by means of lodging watchmen. This will permit you to proceed straightforwardly to Machu Picchu. Upon appearance in Cusco, your essential baggage will be sitting tight for you.

    Board a van transport in Aguas Calientes and start the 30-minute drive to climb Machu Picchu Mountain on a bent street cut into the mountainside. Transports withdraw regularly, leaving Aguas Calientes roughly like clockwork.

    Saturated with a secret, the mountain stronghold of Machu Picchu has stunned guests since its disclosure by American antiquarian and adventurer Hiram Bingham in 1911. Accepted to have been built at some point around 1450 CE and deserted a little more than a century later, it is one of the world’s most valued legacy destinations, and all things considered; supplementing an entrancing history and mind-boggling engineering are remarkable perspectives on the encompassing mountain ranges and the wild Urubamba River about 2,000 feet underneath. With a private guide taking into account your own advantages and giving an educational outline of the set of experiences and engineering of this antiquated fortification, acquire a firsthand comprehension of – and close appreciation for – the masterpiece in Peruvian travel. Contingent upon the circumstance of your appearance, you will visit the Belmond Sanctuary Lodge, the solitary inn found on Machu Picchu, to appreciate a comfortable lunch either previously or after your inside and out visit.

    Board a van transport at the passageway to Machu Picchu and make the 30-minute re-visitation of close by Aguas Calientes. Transport transports withdraw habitually, leaving Machu Picchu roughly at regular intervals.


    Trim Up for Some Fresh Air

    Board a van transport in Aguas Calientes and start the 30-minute drive to rise Machu Picchu Mountain on a curve street cut into the mountainside. Transports withdraw as often as possible, leaving Aguas Calientes around like clockwork.

    High in the mountains close to Machu Picchu is an all-around trampled, antiquated stone pathway that drives the route to the stylized and conventional access to Machu Picchu fortress, known as Inti Punku (or Sun Gate). This path is considered by numerous individuals to be the most fundamental climb in Peru as it bears the cost of shocking vistas of the scene and finishes in an awesome perspective on the Machu Picchu fortress where the whole unpredictable can be valued from a solitary vantage point. About one mile long, and including a climb of around 1,000 feet, the level confronted stones laid on the mountainside have been gone for over five centuries by a confounding scope of individuals, from the most punctual Inca pioneers to the fearless explorers of the present. Today, with a specialist nearby guide close by, walk in the strides of the Inca while appreciating emotional perspectives on the space, including the Urubamba River, Machu Picchu, and Huayna Picchu. Please note: this climb is viewed as tolerably troublesome, normally takes three to four hours to finish, and isn’t suggested for visitors with portability limitations.

    Board a bus transport at the passage to Machu Picchu and make the 30-minute re-visitation of close by Aguas Calientes. Transport transports withdraw often, leaving Machu Picchu around like clockwork.

    After an entrancing involvement with the core of the old Inca world, the time has come to leave for the Imperial City, Cusco. Board the Vistadome in Aguas Calientes and unwind as you leave on the grand, four-hour excursion to Poroy Train Station close to Cusco. The course tracks with the Urubamba River, ascending and slipping through sloping territory using, where important, a progression of curve trails. Consider buying a light bite or reward to make this stay through the field significantly more pleasant. After a short time, you will show up at Poroy Station close to Cusco.

    Appreciate a private exchange between your inn and Poroy Train Station discovered right outside of Cusco close by an expert driver and an English-talking delegate.

  6. Day 6 CUSCO

    A Walk Through the Past

    This three-hour, secretly guided strolling visit through Cusco starts with a lovely walk around the cobbled roads of the San Blas area where you will visit a pilgrim church prominent for its amazingly fancy wood-cut lectern. Conveying ahead, continue to the Koricancha Temple, when separated plated gold and including patio sculptures made of strong gold, Conquistadors portrayed it as ”marvelous to excess.” Today, the Church of Santo Domingo lays on the site of the first sanctuary, making it an incredible area to find out about the crossing point of Inca and Spanish culture and engineering from your master neighborhood control. Closing with a visit to Plaza de Armas and Cusco Cathedral, this enveloping visit is a magnificent prologue to the customs and history of this mind-boggling city.

    What did Inca stargazers see and think while looking up at the stars high over the city of Cusco? To respond to these inquiries, a secretly guided visit to the Cusco Planetarium is an unquestionable requirement. Upon appearance, first, find out about Inca speculations of the night sky and afterward watch as a virtual show of the southern skies reenacts astral developments, rejuvenating star groupings that can’t be seen in the northern half of the globe. To wrap up the visit, test your eye by partaking indirect perceptions utilizing a telescope found nearby which will be centered around the best and most brilliant star groupings discernible at the hour of your visit (climate conditions allowing). Please note: As the evening in Cusco can be cold, kindly make certain to bring comfortable attire.

  7. Day 7 CUSCO TO LA PAZ

    The Journey Continues…

    Appreciate a private exchange between your lodging and Alejandro Velasco Astete International Airport in Cusco close by an expert driver and an English-talking agent.

    Get onto a trip in Cusco, Peru with the direct support of La Paz, Bolivia. The rough flight time is 60 minutes. If it’s not too much trouble, note, this flight is non-refundable.

    You will be secretly moved between La Paz International Airport and your lodging by an expert driver and English-talking guide.

    Appreciate time at recreation to investigate at your own speed, or unwind at your lodging.

  8. Day 8 LA PAZ

    Lose Yourself in Nature

    Strike out to visit the city of Tiwanaku, the capital of an antiquated human advancement by a similar name. Found approximately 45 miles outside the city of La Paz and close to the south-eastern shores of Lake Titicaca, Tiwanaku was at one time the biggest settlement in the Latin world and is viewed as the origination of every single American progress. This pre-Columbian ruin has started endless and apparently perpetual archeological discussions. The latest radiocarbon tests show that this illumination traces all the way back to 1580 B.C, however, others have challenged the outcomes. In this old and stunning city, visit the Kalasasaya Temple (Sun Temple) and the semi-underground Akapana Pyramid (Earth Pyramid). The visit additionally incorporates a visit to an amazing gallery loaded up with antiquated articles and instruments that remain as proof of exactly how cutting-edge this progress truly was. Lunch, just as full circle moves, are incorporated.

    On the edges of La Paz, an astounding development has come to fruition throughout the long term. Known as the Moon Valley, this everything except the lunar locale is host to a mountain made fundamentally out of dirt (instead of rock), which has disintegrated in a remarkable way, leaving a course of towers extending across the valley. Subsequent to showing up, your English-talking aide will lead the route on a short climb, permitting you to investigate the district at your own speed, and when all is good and well, will take you to a little earthenware workshop where you’ll find out about stoneware in Bolivia and get the opportunity to buy a souvenir in the event that you so decide. Following your involvement with the Moon Valley, you will be gotten back to your inn in La Paz.


    On the up and up

    You will be secretly moved between La Paz International Airport and your inn by an expert driver and English-talking guide.

    Get onto a trip in La Paz with the direct support of Salar de Uyuni. The estimated flight term is 45 minutes.

    Subsequent to being gotten up air terminal in Salar de Uyuni, start the exchange to the Salt Flats of Bolivia, visiting the unimaginable Train Cemetery found in the desert in transit, a Colchani town where you will notice the salt extraction measure done by hand and furthermore peruse a wide scope of value neighborhood handiworks. You will likewise visit Playa Blanca during your exchange, a gallery of salt found in the focal point of the while in transit to Colchani, where you will likewise appreciate lunch.

    Progressing forward, you will visit Incahuasi Island situated in the core of the salt level; the greatest of a gathering of islands in this disconnected biological system. The island is populated with monster desert plant species that compare 26 feet in stature.

    From April to November, the dry season, the salt pads surface offers the chance to play with photography and viewpoint. From December to March, the whole salt pads surface is covered with water and turns into a huge intelligent mirror where the sky is reflected on the salt pads beneath. The landscape is a heaven for photography darlings because of the staggering optical impacts. Following your experience on the Salt Flats, you will be conveyed to your inn in Colchani. It is prudent to wear shoes to appreciate the warm waters around the salt flats. Please note: Incahuasi Island is distant during the wet season, or when downpours flood the pads. Have confidence, the landscape is as yet marvelous.

  10. Day 10 COLCHANI

    Adventure into the Outdoors

    Today you will return the inconceivable salt pads of Salar de Uyuni. In the wake of appreciating additional time investigating this apparently Martian scene, you will proceed toward the north side of the salt level, where you will have the interesting chance to see the Coquesa Mummies; human archeological remaining parts in a little cavern close to Tunupa Volcano. At Tunupa Volcano you will likewise appreciate amazing perspectives on the colossal salt pads. Take in noteworthy dusk prior to getting back to the lodging. Lunch is remembered for visit, either as an outing or in a café (in view of the day’s coordinations).


    Sustained by Nature

    Start your day in the salt pads of Bolivia with an excursion to the Train Cemetery found in the desert. Here cumbersome relics from a past territory rest like fossilized animals in the generally unfilled land. A short time later, visit the mysterious towns of Sud Lípez and San Cristobal, two languid towns found in the southern segment of the pads where you’ll figure out neighborhood life in this far-off corner of the world. Your next stop is the Rock Valley, where a gathering of enormous red rocks is found. Here you’ll break for a reviving cookout lunch in the field prior to getting back to your vehicle to proceed ahead to your inn in the locale of Ojo de Perdiz.


    A Town Frozen in Time

    Leave from the inn promptly in the first part of the day to start your exchange to San Pedro de Atacama, halting en route to visit the Stone Tree, the Red Lagoon, the Sol de Manana fountains, the underground aquifers of Polques, and the Green Lagoon. Quiet declaration to the force of disintegration throughout the progression of time, the Stone Tree in the Siloli Desert leaps out of the generally leveled, infertile scene. At the Eduardo Abaroa Reserve, you will visit the Red Lagoon which includes an unbelievably different biological system regardless of the barren climate. Progressing forward, you will visit the fountains ”Sol de Mañana”, or Morning Sun, properly named because of the way that it is habitually dynamic in the first part of the day. You will likewise visit the underground aquifers of Polques, warmed by close by volcanoes prior to visiting the Green Lagoon, interesting for the dynamic microorganisms that offer tone to the water. An excursion lunch is incorporated in transit, and not long after you will Exit Bolivia and enter Chile to carry on to your lodging in San Pedro de Atacama.

    Your visit at Alto Atacama incorporates shared exchanges from the Calama Airport, private convenience, all dinners, and tidbits shared journeys according to the offered program (two half-day or one entire day excursion(s), each day), the utilization of select spa offices (barring back rubs and spa medicines), bikes, and free drinks highlighting mineral water, soft drinks, juices, less expensive wines and mixers (premium wines are prohibited).

    Please note: 1) All trips are liable to climate conditions. 2) While your Destination Expert has arranged a proposed course of trips for your agenda, the scope of the 26 journeys offered by Alto Atacama will be accessible to you every day. Related to master nearby aides, you will plan your day-by-day exercises dependent on your inclinations and energy level. A total rundown of Alto Atacama visits can be found underneath. If it’s not too much trouble, let your Destination Expert know whether you might want additional data on any journey.

    Alto Atacama Excursions: Lickanantai Culture Tour, Rock Art Tour, High Andean Villages Tour, High Catarpe Hike, Tambo Catarpe Hike, Andean Orchards Tour, Valley of the Moon Panoramic Tour, Atacama Salt Flat and Toconao Village Tour, Tatio Geysers Hike and Tour, The Salt Lakes Tour, Andean Lagoons, Salar Aguas Calientes and Tuyajto Tour, Wetlands and Pecan Monks Tour, Sunrise in the Atacama Expedition, Andean Astronomy Observation Tour, Full Moon Walk, The Colorados Trek, Cardones Ravine Trek, Inca Pass Trek, Catarpe Valley Hike, Devil’s Throat Biking Tour, Desert Valley’s Biking Tour, Route of the Sheppards Hike, Llaretas Route Hike, Toco Volcano Trek, Soquete Volcano Trek, Licancabur Volcano Hike (a high-level climb for prepared outside individuals).

    Alto Atacama accepts that the world must be strolled and investigated, to get known. Individuals have various interests and abilities, and Alto Atacama aides will help you feel good and protected in whatever movement you pick. With the assistance of your proficient aides, you will decide how far your actual strength can take you, in the midst of the gigantic Atacama Desert. The endeavors can be truly requesting or loose, they can draw in you mentally or essentially let you feel the energy of the desert. Outings are in little gatherings, leaving no follows.


    Pedal Through the Past

    This broad, guided gathering visit will take you across the absolute aridest and aloof locales of the desert, reproducing old courses framed by the antiquated individuals of this space. You will begin in the east, at the Valley of Mars, prior to traveling across to the Llano de la Paciencia, and on toward the western side of the Valley of the Moon. From that point, cross to the Cordillera de la Sal, and pass the ”Three Marys” (Ancient stone developments etched to a great extent by outrageous breezes) and on to an investigation of the focal cavity of Valley of the Moon. The geography changes all through this journey, including monster sandhills and compacted salt mineral beds. If it’s not too much trouble, note, this trekking visit is 24 miles (38 kilometers) in length through, now and again, testing landscape.


    Take to the Trails

    ”Grandpa crying” – that is the neighborhood name used to depict the Tatio Geysers, a geothermal field sitting at 14176 feet above ocean level. Starting at daybreak, you will take an interest in a guided gathering campaign to investigate the Geysers, which comprise huge pools of bubbling water and mud, fumaroles, and characteristic underground aquifers. This is likewise a decent opportunity to see the value in the special greenery adjusted to prosper in this limited climate. Consequently, you will stop at Machuca, a customary town recently utilized by neighborhood shepherds.


    Bon Voyage

    Appreciate a common exchange by minibus to Calama Airport. This exchange will require around 60 minutes.

    Load onto a trip in Calama with direct assistance to Santiago. The inexact flying time is two hours and ten minutes.