Caspana is a Chilean highland village characterized by the great development of alpaca and cactus wool crafts. It is located 180 kilometers from San Pedro de Atacama,
With about 400 inhabitants , the town of Caspana is on high, 3,305 meters above sea level and has a permanent irrigation River (Caspana , like the town) favoring agricultural terracing .
Its location, surroundings and traditional Atacama culture make this town a very special place, highlighting the great development of crafts in alpaca wool and cactus and significant buildings such as the museum of local culture and the church of San Lucas. The latter, with its colonial bell tower, was built on top of a rock by the year 1641 and declared a National Monument in 1951.