Chile travel


If you know how to enjoy life and leisure is one of your favorite sins, Iquique will steal your heart. Set right by the ocean, among palm trees and tall buildings, taking a ride down the promenade in an open-top car or having champagne for breakfast won’t seem crazy at all.

Spend your day by the sea, enjoying the sun on a recliner, discover the ocean floor of the Pacific while diving or get on a jet-ski to enjoy the waves. On its beaches, nothing seems impossible and nightlife is enjoyed to its fullest in its Bohemian bars, where the cultural mix is evident.

Visit the Duty Free area, a trading spot with countries from the Mercosur and Southeast Asia; you’ll enjoy having a credit card when visiting the Mall. True paradise for shoppers, here you’ll find anything from electronics to high-end perfumes.

Enjoy amazing food at its restaurants with ocean views and try the traditional mango sour: a drink based on the creamy tropical fruit which is one of the city’s treasures together with the guayaba, grapefruit and lemons which grow in its oasis.


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When visiting the towns of the Tamarugal Pampa make sure you carry cash since the craftsmen and shops in general do not have a card system available.

Discover the attractions of Iquique

Humberstone and Santa Laura Saltpeter Offices

The history of white gold envelops and joins two saltpeter offices that became the world's most important saltpeter mine at the turn at the 20th century. The union of different communities, knowledge and skills turned this industry into a complex[...]

Iquique’s Historic District

Walk around downtown Iquique and let yourself be transported to a time where ladies wore taffeta and used parasols, and men handlebar mustaches. Be amazed by the buildings that maintain the glamour of the abundance of saltpeter times. Start by[...]



A visit to this quiet village is a trip from which you’ll return completely renewed. Set among salt flats and geoglyphs, discover the village of Pica, famous for fruits like the mango, guayaba, grapefruit and the famous pica lemon. Come[...]

Wine and Fine Food


Walking among its old 19th century wooden buildings calls for reflection. This sparsely inhabited village still maintains the facades from the times of the saltpeter boom. Walk around and get to know its sweet and sour history. Oasis of calm[...]


Huasco Valley

Known as the Garden of Atacama, discover the Huasco Valley and its many small towns and farming villages that make up this area. Enjoy the eco-tourism, agro-tourism and cultural activities you can do in the area. Get to know the[...]

La Serena and Coquimbo

Enjoy the magic of the desert climate in the north and the closeness of the fertile land of the central valley, where grapes are grown to produce amazing wines and piscos, all around the towns of La Serena and Coquimbo.[...]


Photo Gallery




Sometimes a new day is all you need for a new perspective. Sometimes though, you have to be a bit more intentional about clearing your mind.


Desierto de Atacama. Fotografía de @mygobe


@Wanderlust Chloe

As I set my alarm for 4am, and rolled over in Hostel Desert – our cute little base in San Pedro de Atacama, I felt excited for the next day’s events. Over the past year or so of travel blogging I’d visited Costa Rican waterfalls, Guatemalan volcanoes, Mayan ruins, medieval Croatian cities and been swimming in several oceans, lakes and rivers. Up until now though, I’d never seen a geyser. In fact, I didn’t really know what a geyser was.


if you think my hands are full, you should see my heart ♥ gratitude.

Desierto Florido


Atacama is surprising. It looks like it has more surprises for me than I could ever expect. I heard about the phenomenon of desierto florido


@Macca Sherifi

Taking a tour of the Altiplanic lagoons in the Atacama Highlands