Desierto de Atacama  Chile.  Perhaps the most beautiful place I've ever been.  Truly breathtaking.

Valle de la Luna in the Chilean Desert. Easily the most beautiful place I've ever been [done]

Atacama Desert: "In San Pedro de Atacama, an oasis in the heart of the world's driest desert, fine boutique hotels offer excursions to Inca ruins, astronomical observatories, hot springs and much more."

Atacama Desert: "In San Pedro de Atacama, an oasis in the heart of the world's driest desert, fine boutique hotels offer excursions to Inca ruins, astronomical observatories, hot springs and much more.

The Atacama Giant (Spanish: Gigante de Atacama) is a large anthropomorphic geoglyph in the Atacama Desert, Chile.[1] Located at "Cerro Unitas", this is the largest prehistoric anthropomorphic figure in the world with a height of 119 metres (390 ft) and represents a deity for the local inhabitants from 1000 to 1400 CE.

The Atacama Giant: Geoglyph of Cerro Unita, Pozo Almonte, Chile Luis Briones (c) 2006

salt pillars in San Pedro de Atacama, Atacama desert, northern Chile

Atacama Desert landscape, volcanoes, lagoons and Altiplano of Chile

San Pedro de Atacama- Desierto de Atacama, Norte de Chile/ Salt pillars in San Pedro de Atacama, Atacama desert, northern Chile

atacama desert trains The Train Graveyard of the Atacama Desert (Pics)

The Train Graveyard of the Atacama Desert

Atacama desert trains The Train Graveyard of the Atacama Desert (Pics)

Atacama Desert (Moon Valley), Chile | National Geographic Travel 365 - February 6, 2013 (Photograph by Richard Nowitz, National Geographic - Copyright ©)

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Atacama Dessert Chile is the driest dessert .It has a good combination of natural attributes along with traditional villages. One can indulge in a number of adventure activities that further adds to the charm of this place.

A black Chinchorro mummy from the Atacama Desert in northern Chile.

Around to years ago, the Chinchorro, a group of hunter-gatherers living in the Atacama Desert on the coast of northern Chile, began mummifying their dead. But how the practice originated has remained a mystery.

Fossil remains of whales in the Atacama Desert

Wadi Al-Hitan (Whale Valley) today is a Protected area and was inscribed as a World Heritage Site in Egypt. Wadi Al-Hitan (Whale Valley) is an open museum.

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