The Atacama Desert runs along the western coast of South American, covering parts of Chile, Peru, and Bolivia. The desert, the driest in the world, is part of the Andes Mountains system, whose mountain peaks more or less surround it. The Atacama has a surface area of about 120,000 square km (54k square mi.), making it one of the world's 20 largest. Using a DJI Phantom 3 Professional drone, Aerial Nomads gives us a bird's eye view of the portion of the Atacama which lies in southwestern Bolivia.