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This park never ceases to amaze.
So beautiful, so silent and yet so vibrant and full of life.
The views are spectacular, never really spoiled by the road.
If you can't see Parinacota reflected in Lake Chungara, try another trip the next day, chances are...More
We drove up from Codpa valley to Putre which is manageable in a rental car, however takes around six hours with many fotostops as there are pittoresque pueblos, geoglyphs and so much nature in blossom, including cactaceae. The deep valleys and steep heights and altiplanos...More
This was one of the most amazing places I have been. The views are just hard to describe and the rows and rows of mountains with the snow one after another. One of the main attractions in the park is the small lacustrine area formed...More
This place is amazing; I want to visit again when I have more time in the area.
I was hoping for a glimpse of a vicuna and was pleasantly surprised to see groups of them. There were also alpacas grazing pretty much everywhere.
I'm so glad I got a chance to see this one of a kind landscape! Top of the line sunscreen, sunglasses, a great hat - the wider brimmed the better and be ready to practice your sloth pace - lots of water, and I was...More
The PN Lauca is sensationally beautiful at every level...wonderful scenery, wonderful volcanoes, wonderful desert, wonderful animals. Flamingos, vizcachas, vicuña, alpacas, llamas and guanacos at every turn. The roads are fairly dangerous though, falling off the sides of mountains as they are, with the relatively fresh...More
Response from Andre_Stabel | Reviewed this property |
Hi, the distance will be around 120 miles depending on how far you want to go in the park. Everywhere you look is a painting. You should take a guided tour that will pick you at the hotel and make the journey with lots of... More
Hi, the distance will be around 120 miles depending on how far you want to go in the park. Everywhere you look is a painting. You should take a guided tour that will pick you at the hotel and make the journey with lots of information about the desert, the pueblos, animals, and will stop at various points on the road, each with it's attraction. We took Suma Inti Tour. Amazing!