Impressive expedition to the pre-Hispanic times of the Pacific Ocean and the origins and borders of the Green North of Coquimbo and the driest desert in the world, the Atacama. We will travel through ancient paths of archaic collectors, shellfish divers and the most daring fishermen of the Chilean coasts: Los Changos, Choros and Camanchacas. We will explore the Coastal Range and its hidden bays, ravines and springs, discovering beautiful beaches, archaeological sites, semi-arid islands and a great diversity of flora and bird life from the Humboldt Current and the Pacific Ocean, the Green North and the coast and desert. of Atacama.
Walk through a priority site for conservation and biodiversity to where the oldest legend in Chile is born to the coastal geological sanctuary of Caleta Hornos.
Walk along the beach and archaic coast knowing paleoindian, archaic and conqueror sites, ancient trails and great views of the coastal mountain range and islands, arrival at Totoralillo Norte and camp on the beach.
Section 3 day 2
Walk to the old port and town of Chungungo.
Section 4 day 2
Walk along Playa Los Choros until you reach Punta de Choros
Section 5 day 3
Navigation Humboldt Penguin National Reserve Islands. Hike and camp.
Return to La Serena.