Right by the border, the backdrop of this village is the mountains that tower over 5,000 meters: the Ollagüe and Aucalquincha Volcanoes. Further south, the Carcote and Ascotan salt flats will test your senses with temperatures ranging between -23°C and 25°C.
Do you like carnivals? This destination on the high Andean plateau awaits you with celebrations that mix religious and pagan rituals. Enjoy their colorful dances and catchy instrumental music in the Nuestra Señora del Rosario de Andacollo festival in December and the San Antonio Festival in June.
* Reference from airports in Santiago (SCL)