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As the sun sets on the Moon Valley and the stars begin to come out, the skies above San Pedro come to life. Such clarity can be taken advantage of at one of the space observatories, where an expert astronomer will take you on a astrological journey of the night sky, its constellations and its hidden treasures, far far away. Through powerful telescopes you can catch privileged glimpses of moon craters, the Saturn Rings, stars, galaxies, and other wonders of the universe. After sharing a hot chocolate and discussing what you have seen, you will be transported back to San Pedro under the immense night sky.

Please note this excursion is weather dependent and does not operate on nights of a full moon.

Some of our favourite places to visit and things to do in the Atacama Desert
What to do in the Atacama Desert

Hot Air Ballon Flight

Soar above the remarkable landscape of the Atacama on a once-in-a-lifetime hot air balloon flight.

Moon & Death Valleys

Marvel at the cinematic rock formations and moonscape scenery of the Atacama's Moon and Death Valleys.

El Tatio Geysers

Rise early for a memorable journey to the awesome Tatio geyser field, where huge plumes of steam fill the air.

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