Bahia Inglesa is in northern Chile's Atacama Desert. It's hot all year so you can got any time. This very close to Caldera and Copiapo. If you go in spring there are not many tourists and you can enjoy the Flowering Desert. In late September the area is full of colors with different types of flowers. Charm to me ....
Caldera is a port with more than 45 beautiful beaches and not all of them are for swimming or fishing. Some of the most famous ones are unspoiled beaches like the English Bay, Bahia Salada, the Gringo, Barranquilla, White Beach, agate, Puerto Viejo, Salinas, the swan, Chorrillo, the Machas, Loreto, Ramada, Rdilllo, Slipper etc.. If you want more info my email is turismoatacama@gmail.Com
One of the best beaches in Chile ... A great experience, I have returned back from my holiday, I was there last week, a well maintained beach, clean, but above all a great atmosphere ... I recommend it anyway, for going with friends and spending a few spectular days.
After having a dip on the beach at English Bay which is located five minutes from Caldera in the Atacama Desert, I went to the nearby craft fair. At the second stall that I passed, there was an artist making his beautiful necklaces and other products with local stones. You can also find raw minerals such as copper, silver, etc.
Built 1850 This station was where the first railroad station in South America was and the first train left on December 25 1964 1851. It was declared a National Historic Landmark. Offers a large Paleontological Museum.
The Mina Maria Teresa, is located in Sierra Ojanco Viejo, Tierra Amarilla Copiapo, and has deposits of copper and gold, and just now is in the process of mining work. In the picture, is a mining compressor used for drilling the mine, the compressor was owned by my great grandfather. The mine was founded in 1932. It contains a lot of history. I'll upload more photos as soon as possible.
The best thing about this place is the total freedom you experience and the incredible nature around you. The sound of the waves hitting the rocks, the birds flying over the place, the peace of being and knowing that you can feel free, that free
Slipper Beach and many others are the beaches you can visit in this port. For more information go to firstname.lastname@example.org. We wanted to say hello to our friend Oscar Montecinos from Santiago. We hope you'll join us again to tour all the beaches with us.
For my seminar title as a photographer, I had to travel to this village known for its mining Pirquineros, which has the world's clearest and cloudless sky. What you see in the picture is what met the eye.