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Huasco Valley

Known as the Garden of Atacama, the Huasco Valley stands out for the large number of small towns and agricultural villages in the area. Enjoy ecotourism, agrotourism, and cultural activities in the surrounding area.
Get to know in depth the strength of rural traditions with origins in the Diaguita culture strongly rooted in the valley. Transport yourself to the immensity of space under one of the clearest skies in the world and meet the stars with indigenous denominations.
Have fun in the Llanos de Challe Park with beautiful cacti and wild guanacos running free.
The pleasant mild weather throughout the year makes this valley an ideal destination for those who enjoy trekking the surrounding areas.

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Huasco Valley
Muy nuboso

Prob. de precipitaciones: 2%Humedad: 35% Viento: a 10 km/h.
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Explore the charms Huasco Valley

  • Alto del Carmen

    Old traditions and agriculture are the focal point of life for people from Alto del Carmen, who give travelers a warm welcome. See for yourself their agricultural work, mainly the pisco-producing vines that give the valley its famous product: pisco.

    Walk along the Españoles Valley, trek its paths and try out the local food. The typical buildings of the area, their wooden structures covered in tar and mud, and the totora roofs will captivate you.

  • San Félix

    In the heart of the Huasco Valley you’ll be amazed by the remains of pre-hispanic cultures that attest to the existence of Inca settlements in the territory.

    You can trek around the sandy and rocky paths surrounded by vegetation. If the outdoors is your thing, there are camping areas where you can be properly immersed in nature.

Alto del Carmen

Old traditions and agriculture are the focal point of life for people from Alto del Carmen, who give travelers a warm welcome. See for yourself their agricultural work, mainly the pisco-producing vines that give the valley its famous product: pisco.

Walk along the Españoles Valley, trek its paths and try out the local food. The typical buildings of the area, their wooden structures covered in tar and mud, and the totora roofs will captivate you.

Wine and Gastronomy
San Félix

In the heart of the Huasco Valley you’ll be amazed by the remains of pre-hispanic cultures that attest to the existence of Inca settlements in the territory.

You can trek around the sandy and rocky paths surrounded by vegetation. If the outdoors is your thing, there are camping areas where you can be properly immersed in nature.

Adventure and sports