The Driest Place on Earth has stretches where rain has never been recorded
Atacama Desert

The Atacama Desert receives virtually no rainfall throughout the year (which might come as a welcome break from those Monsoon rains) and there is certainly no shortage of things to keep you occupied. Salts flats, geysers, sand dunes, lagoons and snowcapped mountains are just some of the spectacular sites you can visit, either on horseback, by bike or on foot. The area is also rich in culture with some fascinating archeological sites and museums nearby.