If you do not like rain, go for Chile, specifically in the Atacama desert. You will not return saying how rain has ruined your vacation. Out of all the world's spots, this is the place where rainfall chances are the lowest. The falls rate is not more than five milliliters annually and it never rained in Calama city. Residents have big problems with liquid resources, water is very expensive in the entire area. On the other hand, if you decide to go, you can leave the spray for mosquitoes home. It is much too dry for any insect to survive here ...
Few birds fly above the Atacama Desert, the driest place on Earth and crossing it on the only paved road it has, the Pan American highway, you will not notice even a blade of grass. A deserted land of stone and moving dunes, the desert stretches 1000 km along the coast, in northern Chile. Then, under another name, it extends around 2250 km more, both north and south. During summer, temperatures go around 18 degrees Celsius, but by midday soil can reach 50 degrees Celsius. By night temperature can drop by 40 degrees in just one hour.
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