List of Deserts - Americas - South America

South America

  • Atacama – a desert in Chile and Peru, the driest place on Earth
  • La Guajira Desert – a desert in northern Colombia and Venezuela
  • Monte Desert – in Argentina, a smaller desert above the Patagonian Desert
  • Patagonian Desert – the largest desert in the Americas, located in Argentina and Chile
  • Sechura Desert – a desert located south of the Piura Region of Peru

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