Observe stars in Chile

Observe stars in Chile

There are many travelers who pass through San Pedro de Atacama daily, not knowing that the world’s largest astronomical project, ALMA, is a short distance away.

These impressive facilities are located at an altitude of 5,000 meters, in the Chajnantor plain, in the Andes of the Atacama desert, the driest in the world. The conditions of dryness and altitude, with almost non-existent rainfall, make this place one of the best windows in the world to observe the stars. The key is that radio waves can pass through Earth’s atmosphere with little distortion, and this remote place allows it exceptionally.

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Take advantage of our experience and do not miss this 2019-2020 season

Nowhere on Earth is better for stargazing than Chile’s Atacama Desert, where super-observatories have opened up to a wave of astro-tourists seeking unpolluted skies. Please note: The tour does not operate on full-moon nights.