Arica City Tour (3,5 hours)

Visit the Morro, a small promontory that penetrates the sea like a spur; it houses the Arms Museum, which exhibits objects providing an insight of the War of the Pacific. Erected in 1876 in a gothic style is the San Marcos church in Colon square. We will head towards the Azapa Valley where we will visit San Miguel Archaeological Museum, which has a collection of pre-Columbian artifacts and mummies preserved in sand from ages ago, dating back to 5,000 BC, which makes them the oldest mummies in the world. The tour also includes the Handicraft Village, a copy of the Parinacota village, exhibiting knitted articles, ceramics, pottery, carved stones, or ocarinas, among other items.