“Ghost Town” may be a put-off to typical tourists; having said that, these places have a tragic beauty that could be a hidden treasure to urbexers and photographers. I reached out to my fellow travel blogger experts to show us the uniqueness of 11 ghost towns around the world.
On our way from Chile’s Atacama Desert to Bolivia’s Uyuni Salt Flat. Climbing over the rugged Andes 4,800-meter above sea level lies a National Reserve where flamingos, lagoons, volcanoes, & unique rock formations can be seen.
Have you heard of the Atacama desert? Here is a 4-day plan for seeing some of the most popular attractions in the driest place on earth: Salt flats, rocks, mountains, lagoons, geysers, and fascinating wildlife.
If you have only a few hours in Santiago – enjoy a breathtaking of Santiago, discover the landmarks, and admire the view of Andes at Sky Castanera.
I don’t usually talk about my travel mishaps; but it took me 60 hours, traveling through 4 countries and 6 flights to get to Chile, all the while thinking I would think twice flying with Aeromexico again…