San Pedro de Atacama is surrounded by diverse natural parks, archaeological sites and natural sighseeing around the town.

More than just stunning natural and architecture places, All these marvelous spots have their own story to tell, we inspire you to visit them when sightseeing around San Pedro de Atacama in your next adventure. We have our own tours with more places not mentioned in this list, please contact us to know more of them in detail.

The exterior view of Main Square San Pedro near Hotel Don Raul

Main Square San Pedro de Atacama

Sorrounded by small bars and restaurants, you may find the church and the only one historical square from San Pedro de Atacama.

Landscape view of Valley of the Moon near Hotel Don Raul

Valley of the Moon

The Valley of the Moon is one of the most visited places of San Pedro de Atacama. It is characterized by its enormous dunes, valleys and hills of salt and rock.

Landscape view of El Tatio Geysers near Hotel Don Raul

El Tatio Geysers

El Tatio Geysers is a tourism destination, with substantial numbers of travelers both from Chile and other countries. El Tatio is a geothermal field with many geysers, hot springs, and associated sinter deposits.

Landscape view of Miskanti lake near Hotel Don Raul

Miskanti lake

It’s a brackish water lake located in the altiplano of the Antofagasta Region, in northern Chile. Miñiques volcano and Cerro Miscanti tower over this lake. This heart-shaped lake has a deep blue color.

Close up on Puritama Hot Springs near Hotel Don Raul

Puritama Hot Springs

It is a series of eight large pools of geothermal spring water located at the bottom of a canyon in the Atacama Desert.

Landscape view of Pukará de Quitors near Hotel Don Raul

Pukará de Quitors

It’s a pre-Columbian archaeological site in northern Chile. This stone fortress is located 3 km northwest of the town of San Pedro de Atacama, overlooking the valley of the river San Pedro.

Landscape view of Tulor village near Hotel Don Raul

Tulor village

The site is a former village complex with an area of 5,200 m2 (55,972 sq ft) and 22 outlying edifices. Tulor discoveries consist of many items from boreholes to human remains.