Organizes small, all-equipped 4WD, buggy or bicycle adventure tours to altiplano destinations for three or more days, as well as camping...
Museo Corbeta Esmeralda
This replica of sunken Esmeralda, a plucky little Chilean corvette that challenged ironclad Peruvian warships in the War of the...
For nautical adventures, try the hour-long boat tours from Iquique's 1901 passenger pier just west of the Aduana, which pass by the...
This boxy market between Sargento Aldea and Latorre is the cheapest and fastest place for a no-frills set lunch. Upstairs cocinerías...
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Zona Franca information
Created in 1975, Iquique's zona franca is a massive monument to uncontrolled consumption – reputedly South America's largest. The entire region of Tarapacá is a duty-free zone, but its nucleus is this shopping center, housing over 400 stores selling imported electronics, clothing, automobiles and almost anything else.
If you want to shop, take any northbound colectivo from downtown. Don't walk – it's surrounded by some of the worst neighborhoods in town.