We will leave the hotel and head by vehicle to the Kari lookout point, located 2,550 meters above sea level. Known as the “Coyote Rock,” this lookout, seen on one of San Pedro de Atacama’s most famous postcards, offers a panoramic view of the Salt Mountain Range, where water, wind and temperature worked together to produce this interesting ravine.
From here, we will head down a large dune until arriving to the canyon, where we will cross dry rivers on salt paths that contrast with the intense colors of the clay walls.
Through difficult accesses and labyrinths, we will tour caves and rock formations that tell the geological history of the area. We will return to the hotel by vehicle.