Photo of the Day: Reserva National Las Vicuñas Chile

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Northern Chile’s Altiplano is filled with varying landscapes including snow capped volcanoes, desert mountains, small adobe villages, salt flats, flamingos, vicuñas and pre-Inca ruins.  Arica will serve as your base camp for settling into the new country and planning your exploratory 4×4 road trip.

Read about our 3-day adventure road trip.

Reserva National Las Vicuñas, is south of Parque Nacional Lauca in the southeastern most point of the Arica and Parinacota Region.  Here you will find Monumento Natural Salar de Surire, a salt flat which lies furthest from Arica.

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Reserva National Las Vicuñas in Northern Chile

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5 Responses to “Photo of the Day: Reserva National Las Vicuñas Chile”

  1. ayngelinai says:

    Beautiful landscape, I always find them so hard to shoot but this is quite nice.

  2. Nancie says:

    Gorgeous!

    Looks a little bit “out of this world” :)

  3. Andi says:

    Stunning! I’m so in love with that part of the world.

  4. Liv says:

    Amazing shot, guys. “Wow” is the only way to describe.

  5. Sophie says:

    Excellent shot. Looks surreal that landscape.

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