In order to travel to Calama from Oruro by bus you have to go to the bus terminal which is on Calle Gregorio Reynolds and Avenida Circumvalación. The bus trip from form Oruro to Calama takes about 14 hours.
is a city on the Loa River in the Antofagasta region in northern Chile. Set in
a mining area, it’s known as a gateway to San Pedro de Atacama and tourist
attractions such as the Valle de la Luna
and the Tatio Geysers.Oruro is considered in the Folklore
Capital of the world due to its famous Carnival.
is located at a distance of 766 km from the Bolivian city of Oruro.
Bolivia is the first Bolivian company selling online tickets from Oruro to
Calama with the most comfortable bus companies and the convenience of paying
online with the safest payment platforms.
Oruro to Calama Bus Timetable
TRAVEL OPTIONS FROM ORURO TO CALAMA
Tickets Bolivia offers one bus travel option for this journey:
Direct trip: There are direct buses from Oruro to Calama. The journey takes 14 hours. There is one bus company doing this route: Trans Salvador (bus semi lie-flat and lie-flat), with a 12:00pm and a 10:00pm departure. Buses arrive at the Turbus bus terminal in Avenida Granaderos.
After finalizing your purchase you will receive a confirmation email with your electronic ticket. If you do not receive them within the hour, contact us through our email: firstname.lastname@example.org
SOME TOURISTIC INFORMATION THAT CAN BE OF INTEREST
Founded at the crossing of two Inca trails, Calama is now a mining town, and still serves as a stopover for people headed elsewhere. Some people traveling to San Pedro de Atacama end up spending the night here, and the town does have a few attractions of its own.
Chuquicamata: It is the largest copper mine in the world. Guided tours can be organized.
San Francisco de Chiu Chiu: Thirty to 40 minutes from Calama by car, San Francisco de Chiu Chiu is a small village with a river running through it and its own vegetable gardens. The church built in 1674 is one of the oldest in the region.
San Pedro de Atacama: Located one and a half hour away from Calama, San Pedro has many tourist attractions: Valle de la Luna, Valle de la Muerto, El Tatio Geysers, and one can enjoy there one of the clearest night skies in the world.
Food: Try traditional regional dishes like patasca (a stew made from corn, potatoes, vegetables and meat), and a barbecue of grilled llama meat and river trout.