Visit the city of San Diego. Surrounded by the Andes, Santiago is a natural blend of classical and modern architecture and is one of the most interesting cities in South America.
Valparaiso is a beautiful city on the coast of central Chile. It is a historic port city and university town with a labyrinth of hills dotted with colorful, bizarre old houses that can only be reached on foot or by cable car. ..
The struggle that lasted for several years after the opening of the Panama Canal heralded the end of the “Golden Age” of Valparaiso, which is now revived and was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2003. One of the most not to be missed attractions in the city is La Sebastiana, the Nobel Prize winner and the residence of the Chilean poet Neruda. This house contains many of Neruda's overseas travel dels and a large collection of books.
Continue north and head to Vina del Mar, a small town that is relaxing and perfect for a holiday.
San Pedro de Atacama is located in the world's driest desert, the Atacama Desert, and is the home base for exploring this desert. This area is the center of Atacama Indian culture and has many cultural relics, such as Tulor, a small village built around 800 AD, and a human museum with many handicrafts. But what really touches the hearts of the tourists is probably the artistic atmosphere of San Pedro de Atacama.
Enjoy the beautiful time in the Atacama Desert.
Guided by local professional guides, you will explore the natural environment of this area and the culture of the pre-Columbian period. You can choose to explore the area by 4WD, on foot or by bike.
Cross the border of Hito Cajon and enter Bolivia.
In Uyuni you can visit the Eduardo Abaroa National Park and go to the Red Lake. Known for its red deposits and algae in the water, Red Lake is home to three flamingos.
Travel to Sol de Mañana, which has a unique geothermal feature, with hot air blasting up to 50 meters. You will head to Green Lake to enjoy the spectacular views of the Licancabur volcano. Because the lake water contains copper deposits, the green lake presents a beautiful blue-green color. The minimum temperature of the lake water can reach -55 ° C, but it will not freeze under the action of chemicals in the water.
Explore the largest salt lake on the planet, the Uyuni Salt Lake.
The Uyuni Salt Lake covers an area of about 10,000 square kilometers and you will be surrounded by breathtaking natural beauty. After visiting the salt production plant by the lake, you can enjoy local cuisine.
Take a visit to the cactus oasis Isla Pescado, where many cacti have been grown for more than a hundred years, the highest of which is more than 9 meters.
Visit the capital of Bolivia, the largest city in the country, La Paz.
The streets of the former Spanish period in La Paz are staggered and filled with exotic exoticism. In the Witches Market, look at local women selling traditional costumes, herbs and spices in the market, as well as gadgets for superstitious activities.
Travel to the Southern Moon Valley, where the landscape is peculiar and many huge stalagmite mountains are formed due to years of wind and rain erosion.
Visit Andis Eco Village and Handicraft Village, and you will also have the opportunity to meet the Limachi family, which is famous for the construction of the antique raft used by Thordaerdar across the Atlantic.
Proceed to the Julia Tower on the shores of Lake Titicaca, where you will board a hydrofoil to visit the Sun Temple on Moon Island. Go to Sun Island and visit the Inca steps. There is a fountain called "The Holy Spring" by the locals. Stop and drink a glass of water from the Holy Spring. You can also visit the local handicraft market and go to Kabakawana to visit the Black Madonna.
Puno (Titikaka Lake)
Enjoy a leisurely break by the Titicaca Lake.
At 3,820 meters above sea level and 170 kilometers long, Lake Titicaca is the largest lake in South America and the highest freshwater lake in the world. You can visit the Uros Island and Taquile Island .
The Uros Island and the houses and boats on the island were built by reeds from the lake. The island was originally inhabited by pure Urus, but in recent years, due to intermarriage with the outside world, pure bloody Urus People no longer exist. The residents of Takiri Island are beautifully dressed, men wear elegant vests, knitted hats, ladies wearing multi-layered dresses and embroidered shirts. There is also a rich Inca ruins on the island where you can explore freely.
Flight to Cusco, on the way to visit the prehistoric cemetery - Sillustani, the sacred tower of the West Road, used to bury the nobility.
Cusco is the capital of the ancient Inca Empire and is listed as a World Heritage Site. Visit the Cathedral on the main square to worship the Sun God's Santo Domingo Church.Take a visit to San Blas and San Blas Temple.Head to the Sacsayhuaman Fortress, built of huge stones, and ancient people felt that this place had enormous cosmic energy.
Walk along the old city walls to learn more about Cusco's history and legends.
Pisac is an authentic Andean village with a handmade market. You can buy locally made ponchos, sweaters, other handmade clothing, ceramics and hand-painted beads; browse the “local” area of the market where villagers sell their products in a barter manner.
Visit the most representative Inca empire agricultural laboratory, Morey Farmland, which creates different microclimate areas to produce a variety of different crops. Go to the Inca ruins at the foot of the mountain - Ollantaytambo , Archaeologists believe that Ollantaytambo is the agricultural, administrative, social, religious and military center of the Inca Empire. The Spaniard called it the Ollantaytambo Fortress, protecting the strategic entrance and the Ubamba Valley below.
Sacred Valley - Machu Picchu
Take the luxury Inca Plateau train Hiram Bingham, along the railway built on the cliffs to the world's seven wonders - the aerial city of Machu Picchu.
The scenery outside the train window is beautiful. Looking at the distance is the red brick tile roof of the ancient city. There are also rows of tall tropical cactus that flash over. There are huge shields, like steel whip and swords, and there are Pentium in the middle. As a companion to the river, you will reach the hot spring town - hot water town through the layers of mountains.
Enjoy a quiet morning sun and fog in Machu Picchu! This will be the most exciting time of your trip.
The sun shines through the mist in the morning, making the entire Machu Picchu more serene and mysterious. You can choose to hike to the Puerta del Sol and start walking along the Inca Trail, or climb the high hills to see the magnificent panorama of Machu Picchu.
Fly to Lima, the capital of Peru.You will visit the birthplace of Lima, the Municipal Square and some churches built in the 16th century.
Take a visit to the Larco Herrera Museum, which houses many exquisite exhibits from the pre-Columbian period. Go to the Huaca Pucllana Heritage Museum and taste contemporary Peruvian cuisine in the on-site restaurant.
Let's take an ancient legend tour to Chile, Bolivia and Peru!