Top things to do in Reserva Nacional Los Flamencos

Natural Feature in Reserva Nacional Los Flamencos

Valle de la Luna

Watching the sun set from the exquisite Valley of the Moon is an unforgettable experience. From atop a giant sand dune, you can drink in spectacular views as the sun slips below the horizon and a beautiful transform…
Lake in Reserva Nacional Los Flamencos

Laguna Chaxa

The jagged crust of the Salar de Atacama looks for all the world like God went crazy with a stippling brush. But in the midst of these rough lifeless crystals is an oasis of activity: the pungent Laguna Chaxa, about…
Lake in Reserva Nacional Los Flamencos

Laguna Cejar

San Pedro has its own mini version of the Dead Sea, a mere 22km south of the village. This topaz-colored lake allows you to float effortlessly because of its high salt content – a fine place to contemplate the mount…
Wildlife Reserve in Reserva Nacional Los Flamencos

Reserva Nacional Los Flamencos

The big draw of San Pedro is this magnificent reserve that covers some 74,000 hectares. It's divided into seven geographically distinct sectors south, east and west of San Pedro de Atacama, and encloses many of the …
Gorge in Reserva Nacional Los Flamencos

Quebrada de Jere

A patch of green among the desert landscape, this long, narrow gorge is a favorite for hikers, swimmers and rock climbers.
Lake in Reserva Nacional Los Flamencos

Laguna Miñiques

The smaller of two dramatic alpine lakes, the shimmering blue surface of Miñiques looks all the more stunning against a backdrop of chiseled snow-covered peaks.
Village in Reserva Nacional Los Flamencos

Socaire

Home to less than 500 residents, this tiny traditional village is famous for its traditional church. You can browse locally made handicrafts.
Lake in Reserva Nacional Los Flamencos

Laguna Miscanti

A glittery blue sweet-water lake overlooked by snowcapped volcanoes.