Rutas

Northern Chile

WILD ATACAMA – 9D/8N

  • Descripción

    A trip where time has stood still between the desert and plateau in northern Chile. The sound of the horses galloping in a wild landscape, walking paths and the ancient Inca trail that was later used by Spanish conquistadors. But above all, a course outside the traditional paths, allowing a unique approach to the people who inhabit the small typical villages that cross our path.

    …a journey of 9 days, which runs through the territory of indigenous peoples from
    Chiu Chiu to San Pedro de Atacama…

     

     

  • Itinerario

    Day 1:  Calama’s Airport – Chiu Chiu.

    Day 2: Chiu Chiu – Puente del Diablo.

    Day 3: Puente del Diablo – Turi.

    Day 4: Turi – Caspana.

    Day 5: Caspana – Tucarpo.

    Day 6: Tucarpo– Rio Grande.

    Day 7: Rio grande – Catarpe.

    Day 8: Catarpe – San Pedro de Atacama.

    Day 9: Transfer out hotel – Airport.

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  • Services

    INCLUDES

    Accommodation
    2 nights hotel per person (Double base, values Hosteria San Pedro de Atacama € 50 per person).

    Transport
    2 Transfer (Airport CJC to  Chiu Chiu / San Pedro to Airport CJC)

    Feeding
    Meals during the tour (Breakfast, snack / lunch, dinner).
    *From dinner (Day 1) to breakfast (Day 9)

    Equipment
    Individual or two people tents.
    Saddlebags.


    NOT INCLUDED
    Meals outside the days ride.
    Museum entry or parks to be visited.
    Domestic flights.
    Tips (Optional)

  • Información

    DATES
    2019

    OCTOBER 23rd – 31st
    NOVEMBER 7th – 15th

    2020

    MARCH 19th – 27th
    APRIL 3rd – 11th
    SEPTEMBER 3rd – 11th
    OCTOBER 1st – 9th
    NOVEMBER 5th – 13th


    PRICE (Minimum 6 pax)

    $4.417 USD  // € 3828 EUR.


    PRACTICAL INFORMATION

    • Groups composed of 6 to 14 riders at most
    • This ride is an adventure that seeks to travel great but is adaptability.
    • Guest bedrooms mixed Inns / Hotel and camp.
    • Meals: two types, around the fire and picnic.
    • Ride varied terrain, slopes, sometimes wildly, but safely and with confidence through the experience of horses and the convenience of the Chilean saddle.
    • Equipment suggested: riding gloves, suitable riding shoes, hat, coat or poncho.
    • Equestrian level, including three speeds (walk, trot, canter).The key is step up and be quick canter if condition allows. It is preferable to have a good physical condition, to cope without excessive fatigue of 7 days riding.