Cozy and nice adobe home in the amazing Atacama Desert in Chile.

Cozy and nice adobe home in the amazing Atacama Desert in Chile.


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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 8
3 Bathrooms

About our home

Located just 10 minutes from the village of San Pedro de Atacama, This cozy and beautiful Chilean-style house, inserted in an 8 acres of local forest (yes! this is an oasis in the desert!!!!).

It has three bedrooms, one double with en-suite and spectacular views of the volcano Lincancabur and the Andes, one room with three single beds, finally a small room just beside the kitchen, with a private bath room, mainly for service. In the living room there’s one more bed and another bathroom. There’s also a dining room next to the kitchen.

It’s near to tourist attractions such as Tulor Vilage only 1.5 km, and 2 Kms from the Moon Valley. The village of San Pedro is 7 km, with an access mainly by highway (6 km) and then a rural road (1 Km).


More about us

  1. Familu with two Kids (5 and 2 year girls)

  2. We have a traveland photography marketing company

  3. We love adventural, natural landscape and photography

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Where is it?


Buzzy restaurants
Tierra - Todo Natural, Adobe, Blanco, La Estaka,
Cool bars
Adobe, Export
Bit of culture
Aldea de Tulor, Museo Padre Le Paige, Pukara de Quitor
Walks in the park
Valle de la Luna,
Spot of exercise
Great for biking, mountaineering, trekking and rock climbing
Day tripping
Valle de la Luna, Geiser del Tatio, Ojos del Salar, Altiplanic Lagoons, and mucho more

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