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Tatacoa desert is a 330-square-kilometer semi-arid desert located in the department of Huila, Colombia. It is known for its unique red and grey rock formations, canyons, and dry climate. It is also home to various species of cacti, lizards, and birds.

The Tatacoa desert has two main areas: the red desert and the grey desert. The red desert is located in the northern part of the desert and is characterized by its reddish soil and rock formations. The grey desert, located in the southern part of the desert, is characterized by its more subdued, greyish landscape.

Visitors to the Tatacoa desert can enjoy a variety of outdoor activities, such as hiking, stargazing, and horseback riding. The desert is also a popular destination for astronomy enthusiasts, as its clear skies provide an ideal location for stargazing.

In recent years, the Tatacoa desert has become an increasingly popular tourist destination, with more and more visitors coming to explore its unique landscapes and natural beauty.