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Lonely Planet writer Greg Benchwick visits the desert outpost of San Pedro de Atacama in Northern Chile. Located smack-dab in the middle of the world's driest desert, San Pedro is an adobe oasis that has been inhabited since pre-Columbian times. Today, it has become Chile's number-one traveler destination, and for good reason: it's a perfect jumping-off point to some of this desert's most remarkable sights - the world's highest geyser field, a massive sand dune, alpine lagoons and high-plains hot springs.

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