Today, they live in rural communities in southern Chile and to a lesser degree in southern Argentina, and many have moved to cities. It is a people with a clear culture that holds much of its customs and language intact.
Illustrated on a Chilean hillside known as Cerro Unitas and surrounded by thousands of smaller geoglyphs, the Atacama Giant, a massive image of a deity used to calculate the movements of the moon, stands as one of the largest geoglyphs ever discovered.
It includes the south of Lake Calafquén and the Pellaifa, Neltume, Pirehueico, Riñihue, Pullinque, and Panguipulli lakes; The city is an important tourist center that still maintains a charming harbor atmosphere. Also, it is characterized by having thousands of rose bushes planted in its streets and owning exquisite cheeses, cider, honey, and jam.
Town of San Pedro Atacama
At approximately 100 kilometers from Calama, the driest desert in the world jealously hides a small oasis called San Pedro de Atacama. A village of dirt streets and adobe housing that have stolen the heart of thousands tourists with the charms of the Atacama and Spanish culture evidenced in each one of its buildings.