One of the trips that I was able to do with adults was trip to Valle de la Luna & Valle de la Muerte (Moon Valley and Death Valley). Valle de la Luna is considered one of the driest places on earth, as some areas have not received a single drop of rain in hundreds of years! It is just 8 km from San Pedro, same altitude, so it was perfectly ok for me. Trip here is organised at afternoon so we can watch sunset which is really stunning. There is lot of sun, sand and wind, so sun protection at beginning and warm clothes before leaving this place is a must. And lots of water, too. I saw very few kids, maybe one ore two, and I wasn’t allowed to walk that much around because it is dangerous.
Getting to this place and I don’t understand a thing.
Everything looks like this.
Lots of sand and salt.
Daddy is letting me to walk a bit.
And to play with sand.
But most of the time I need to sit behind. This Chicco Carrier that mommy bought over internet was a saver.
We are talking a walk through Moon Valley.
It is a bit of walk. Not for kids though.
It is still pretty hot.
Some really stunning views from here
And we are getting to a canyon
So far, all good.
This formations are part of the canyon.
Selfie in the canyon.
And view at the vulcan.
By now, I am really tired. We walked through canyon for almost one hour and it is time for nap :)
This place is Valle de la Muerte, not that big and not that impressive, and I overslept it.
That is it. Family photo with sleeping me.
Mommy and daddy having fun with sleeping me.
And I woke up just in time when we climbed on top to see sunset.
Everyone else came here to see sunset.
Taking photo on the cliff with mommy in slight panic.
And family photo, of course!
Time to get back.
I got really tired. This trip lasted 4 hours and I couldn’t wait to rest a bit.