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The Simpson Desert is a vast area of sand dunes located mostly in central Australia, which overlaps into the borders of Queensland and South Australia. In fact, it is the biggest parallel sand dune in the world shaping into long red waves from the wind. This uninhabited region is surrounded by Finke River on the west, MacDonnell Ranges and Plenty River in the north, the Mulligan and Diamantina rivers on the east and Lake Eyre…

The Atacama Desert is located about 1600 km north away from Santiago (capital city of Chile), holds numerous wonders of other worldly beauty. It is a desert stretch more than 1200 kilometers away and is one of the driest places on planet Earth. Contrary to the presumption of “there’s nothing in there”, it offers remarkable experiences to reconnect with nature, especially if you travel solo. In this country of volcanoes and geysers, it is all…