The Atacama Desert, cross around 966 km. Between the Pacific Ocean and the Andes Mountain Range, it is the driest desert in the world, practically it does not present vegetation; in some places rains have never been registered. At first view it seems not live there. But flamingoes, llamas, Vicuñas and Guanacos, joined to others flora and fauna species live in the oasis and lakes of the area. The volcanoes that crown the Atacama Desert are in the highest of the world and its summits were used as sacred sanctuary by the old Incas.