Get to know the heritage route hidden between the valleys of Azapa and Lluta, with wonderful views between the roads that will take us to visit the Archaeological Museum of the Valley, a colonial church, an Aimara cemetery and the geoglyphs of the area.
- Departure: 09:00
- Duration: Full day
- Pickup / Dropoff: Hotel in Arica
What you will visit:
- 1 Arica
We will leave your accommodation in Arica towards the Archaeological Museum of the Valley where we can visit the Chinchorro Room that shows the oldest process of mummification known of mankind made by the Chinchorro culture.
We will continue towards the valleys of Azapa and Lluta, about 1000 meters high, to contemplate the wonderful panoramic views of the hills. We will pass through the town of Poconchile to visit a colonial church and the cemetery of the Aimará culture from the year 1585.
Following to the coast, down the valley, we will reach a place where we can enjoy a delicious lunch (not included in the value). Later on we will be able to admire the incredible geoglyphs of the area, vestiges of the civilizations that inhabited it before us.
Our last stop will be in the wetland of the mouth of the Lluta River, where you can see different types of birds and the caldera of a boat called Wateree that was destroyed by the 1,686 tsunami.
Finally we will return to your accommodation in Arica.
- PhysicalVery low
- NatureVery high
- Transfers to and from your hotel in Arica
- Spanish Guide
- Entrances to museums