This is not a must see, but is fascinating from a geological point of view. You get to see many geysers there and have t9 go before the sun comes up full as the effect is not the same on the smoke. We also visited...More
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This place not just for the geysers, which are amazing, but the swim in the geothermal pools afterwards was incredible. I couldn't fathom getting out of warm clothes in -1° temperature. However I would encourage you to take the plunge because it's worth it. In...More
Like other reviews I've read (after going), these are NOT geysers, but fumaroles. If you're in San Pedro and have time, it's an ok half-day trip, but there are better things to see in the area. And be VERY CAREFUL who you do this tour...More
We bought this tour from the Grado 10 agency and it was great! They picked us up very early (5 am) and we went to the Geisers del Tatio. The temperature is really low up there, but it's worth every second! To observe the shapes...More
If you've never seen geysers before and you're in the region then El Tatio is probably worth a trip. However, there is nothing particularly special or enchanting contrary to what you'll read on many blogs. It is what it is; a couple hundred people shivering...More
In New Zealand a geyser is something that shoots water in the air. Most of what is here are fumeroles with the occasional bubbling water pool. Having said that it's in a beautiful place and looks wonderful as the sun rises over the mountains and...More
It was a long trip with a very early start but it was well worth it! The overall view and experience was amazing. Make sure you are prepared with warm clothing and the high altitude.