In Pictures. Valle de la Luna, Chile.

Valle de la Luna, or Moon Valley is a few kilometres outside of San Pedro; the Google map link below shows the exact location.

There’s not really too much to say about the trip, so I’ll just let the photos do the talking.

Interestingly, despite being the driest place on the planet, a few days before we arrived they had some flash-flooding.  This article from the US NOAA explains a bit more.  That’s why some of the places we visited had a bunch of water, which was very, very unusual.

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The next day when we visited higher elevations, it had turned to snow.

This particular rock formation is known as the Three Mary’s.

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Finally after a full day exploring we got to see the sunset overlooking Death Valley.  It was a popular stop for a lot of tours as you can see from all the photos, but never felt too crowded.

 

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