Awasi Adventure

Romantic Getaways
For thousands of years, San Pedro de Atacama has been an oasis at which travelers stop for necessary water, food, shelter, and rest to continue their voyage. On this ancient site, a house created of stone, adobe, and wood where the noble task of sheltering travelers took place. The Hotel Awasi seeks to make its traveler’s experiences truly unforgettable in the Atacama Desert. Awasi is a place for contemplating immensity, enjoying the basic details of simple life, and gratifying body and soul, inside and out.

 

 
Hotel Awasi Atacama is an All-inclusive program with private service and assigned exclusively transportation and local guide to each booked reservation. Upon arrival you will meet with your local guide to discuss daily activities. Program includes roundtrip transfers to/from Airport, accommodations, full board and daily excursions.

DAY 1             CALAMA - SAN PEDRO DE ATACAMA
Arrival and reception in Calama Airport and private transfer to the Hotel Awasi Atacama. Overnight in Hotel Awasi Atacama (D) 

DAY 2    SAN PEDRO DE ATACAMA
Breakfast in the hotel. Full Day scheduled program on private basis. Overnight in Hotel Awasi Atacama. (B, L, D)
 
DAY 3    SAN PEDRO DE ATACAMA
Breakfast in the hotel. Full Day scheduled program on private basis. Overnight in Hotel Awasi Atacama. (B, L, D)

DAY 4                    SAN PEDRO DE ATACAMA - SANTIAGO
Breakfast in the hotel. Half day scheduled program on private basis. In schedule timing, private transfer from the hotel to Calama Airport. Flight to next destination. (Flight not included in pricing). (B)
END OF SERVICES
Upon request - send email to operations@exploringchile.cl
Including in pricing: 
- 3 nights Accomodation with All inclusive program amenities
- Private transfer to/from Calama Airport 
- Private basis excursions in 4 x 4 vehicle and private guides
- All meals and alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages

 
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