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Puno to: Uyuni Saltflats, REA Reserve, San Pedro de Atacama

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What is the best way to visit these three places: Uyuni Saltflats, REA Reserve, San Pedro de Atacama? I don't mind the order but the starting point is Puno and afterwards I will continue to Argentina. Ideally I would like it to be an organised trip and lasting 3 days / 2 nights. I will be travelling in mid November with min.1-2 people.
I have found a great trip from Calama/Uyuni Saltflats/REA & San Pedro de Atacama from Easy Click Travel for 3D/2N and thought: that's it! But then I checked the price and it seems extremely expensive for such a short trip! Almost $1200 per person based on triple occupancy!

I would be extremely grateful for any advice as I am slowly giving up :-/

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