Michael Steinberger Latin Tour Dimensions Exploring Atacama Desert

Experience the other-worldly landscapes of Chile’s Atacama Desert with Michael Steinberger Latin Tour Dimensions. The combination of clear skies, virtually zero rainfall, and no light pollution means that this is where some of the world’s most advanced astronomical observatories are situated. It also means that there is absolutely fantastic stargazing to be had in plain sight  almost every night. Desert is so dry that there are many parts of it in which no rainfall has ever been recorded.

The combination of clear skies, virtually zero rainfall, and no light pollution means that this is where some of the world’s most advanced astronomical observatories are situated. It also means that there is absolutely fantastic stargazing to be had in plain sight – almost every night.

– See more at: http://www.sumak-travel.org/atacama-desert-tours/#sthash.npy9ij3p.dpuf

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Latin Tour Dimensions help you mix and match to make your own personalized itinerary. The world’s driest desert in the world is a pretty cold place where temperatures fluctuate daily between 32F and 80F. Atacama gets almost no rainfall throughout the year.

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