Where is Calama Located?
Calama is a 143000 inhabitants large town in the Antofagasta Region in Northern Chile. Located in the middle of the Atacama desert, it is one of the driest cities in the world – there is no Vegetation in the area. The majority of the inhabitants work in the copper mine at the nearby village of Chuquicamata – the biggest copper mine in the world. Calama is also the gateway to geological attractions such as the Valle de la Luna (Moon Valley), the village of San Pedro de Atacama and the Licancabur volcano.
What Country is Calama in?
Located in the middle of the Atacama Desert, Calama is the ugliest, perhaps the most scary City in the whole area.
What is the town of Calama famous for?
What city is the Atacama Desert in?
Why is the Atacama the driest place on Earth?