The last six weeks we spent either in Chile or Argentina. And we had the time of our life (once more). Both countries are very diverse and I took a crazy amount of pictures in all parts of these two countries: The warm north, the colorful middle part and the rocky south, Patagonia.
Currently, I’m editing the Patagonia pictures, which takes a while. That’s why I’m gonna post the pictures of these two countries in three parts: Chile, Argentina and Patagonia. Patagonia will be a mix between the Chilean part and the Argentinean part of the southern part of these two countries.
San Pedro de Atacama
After ending our incredible Uyuni Tour, we left Bolivia and crossed the Chilean border to arrive in San Pedro de Atacama – a desert town. In San Pedro, we drove by bike to the Valle de la Luna, enjoyed the lovely little town and floated in nearby the salt like: Laguna Ceyar.
If you like colors, Valparaíso is a must visit in Chile. This beautiful coast town has an endless amount of streets to discover.
My personal highlight of Valparíso is the old prison, which now serves as an art school:
Our goal was to “climb” the Vulcano Villarrica with skis and ride down. However, the weather was not in our favor. And so we ended up visiting the Termas Geométricas, which were just incredible.
And before heading to Puerto Natales in Patagonia, we spent a day in Puerto Varas. And on the last morning, the Volcano Osorno revealed itself. Just long enough to take a picture.