The Alto Atacama Desert Lodge & Spa is an oasis of luxury and beauty located in the heart of the Chilean Atacama Desert. Nestled in a stunning landscape of red rock formations, salt flats, and lush palm groves, the lodge provides guests with a serene getaway to reconnect with nature. Guests can enjoy luxurious accommodations, world-class spa treatments, and an array of outdoor activities including horseback riding, hiking, stargazing, and more. Delight your senses in this extraordinary desert retreat – experience Alto Atacama Desert Lodge & Spa.
Nayara Alto Atacama Desert Lodge and Spa is situated on Catarpe Valley in the Salt Mountain Range, San Pedro de Atacama. Adored with the terracotta earthy colors of the surrounding desert, this is an unmistakenly authenticEco Resort that cherishes the landscape from which it arises.
While an eco-friendly resort, the property is also heard towards the comfort and luxury end of the spectrum with a fireplace, pits, six outdoor pools, and a Jacuzzi. Chilean cuisine uses local produce and is accompanied by local wines. Around the resort you can find geysers, hot springs, and trails s to explore taking you to places as diverse as volcanic canyons and Inca ruins.
The Chilean Atacama Desert is one of the most remarkable places on earth. It’s a vast expanse of sand, rock, and salt flats that stretch over 600 miles along the west coast of South America. The Atacama is the driest desert in the world, with some parts receiving no rain for over 400 years! But don’t let that fool you – the Atacama is also a vibrant and captivating place to explore. Despite its harsh environment, the desert is home to an incredible array of wildlife and stunning landscapes. From the surreal salt flats of the Salar de Atacama to the snow-capped peaks of the Andes, this is truly a land where dreams can come true.
The Atacama Desert is one of the driest places on earth. The desert has a history of being dry and arid since it’s formation, with some parts receiving no rain for over 400 years. The average annual rainfall in the Atacama Desert is less than 6 mm (0.23 in). This makes it the driest non-polar desert on earth. The record low is 3 mm (0.12 in) of precipitation in November 1959 and October 1988, while the record high is 73 mm (2.89 in) of precipitation on September 24, 1972.
Camino Pukará, Suchor s/n, San Pedro de Atacama, Antofagasta