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Archaeological Tour from San Pedro de Atacama

Archaeological Tour from San Pedro de Atacama
Archaeological Tour from San Pedro de Atacama
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Learn about the history of San Pedro de Atacama on this archaeological tour

4 hours approx
  • Mobile & printed vouchers accepted
  • Free Cancellation

Highlights

  • Visit Tulor, a former Village Complex
  • Learn about the rich history of Pukará de Quitor, it’s colorful and unique architecture
  • Taste some local products at the Atacameñan Farm

Includes

  • Hotel pickup and drop-off from San Pedro de Atacama Hotels
  • Transportation Insurance
  • Bilingual Live Guide (English & Spanish)
  • Atacameñan Tasting

  • Meals and beverages not specified on the Itinerary
  • Entrance Fees (CLP 8.000)
  • Optional Gratuities

Please Note

  • Hotel pickups commence approximately 30 minutes prior to published time.

From US$52

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Itinerary

Our tour starts at Tulor, an archaeological site, located in the Norte Grande, natural regions of the Antofagasta region. The settlement's remains are distributed in an east-west fashion along 1 mile.

Next, continue to Pukará de Quitor, a National Monument and pre-inca architecture patrimony. This place was a fortress made of rock. It was built in the 12th century by an agricultural population known as “Ayllu de Quitor”, before de conquest period.

In the Atacameñan Farm we’ll see how a local family combines the ancient traditions of agriculture and livestock with tourism, tasting some local products. We will gather fascinating information about who lived in the area and how they did it, from Pre-Columbian to colonial times.
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Oct 26 2018
Really enjoyed eating the traditional food from the area, especially the bread.
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