Arica - Man and Desert
Available all year
Visit Arica’s main plaza and cathedral
Learn about the archaeology of the region at the San Miguel de Azapa Archaeological Museum
Explore ancient geoglyphs created by the Andean people
Enjoy a Pisco Sour drink while observing the impressive Tutelar Sculptures and listening to Andean folk music
After visiting the main plaza in Arica, we head out to San Miguel Archaeological Museum in nearby Azapa, before going to see enigmatic geoglyphs created by the Andean people.
We then continue out to the middle of the desert and Pampa Chaca, where Diaz Fleming, one of the greatest sculptors in Chile, created the impressive Tutelar Sculptures, an homage to the Andean people.
Enjoy a refreshment and Andean folk music before the return drive to Arica.
Language: English / German (Subject to Availability)
Included: One Pisco Sour
Remarks: It is recommended to wear trekking shoes, hat, sunscreen, and sunglasses.
Walking information: Walking on uneven terrain is required.
Wheelchair accessible: Yes – at downtown Arica, archaeological museum and Morro Museum.