South America Circle
|Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Peru
On this trip you’ll meet members of the Guarani community, one of the largest indigenous populations in Latin America. They are a deeply spiritual people who believe their lands were a gift from God. The Guarani language is still spoken and several English words can even be traced back to Guarani roots, including ‘tapioca’, ‘toucan’ and ‘jaguar’.
Why we love it:
- The captivating power of Iguazu Falls is a fine introduction to South America, as is stunning Rio de Janeiro, where we have time to enjoy such well known sights as Corcovado, the Sugarloaf Mountain and Copacabana.
- A flight across the breadth of the Amazon and the Andes brings us to the Peruvian capital of Lima. Explore the city and the vast Peruvian tracts of Amazon Jungle.
- High up in the Andes is Cusco, the former stronghold of the Incas and gateway to the Sacred Valley and magnificent Machu Picchu.
- On one of the floating islands of Lake Titicaca, we visit a Uros Indian community, before continuing on to the lofty Bolivian heights of La Paz.
- Stylish Santiago is home to some of Chile's most famous wineries.
Day to Day Itinerary
Day 1-2: Buenos Aires
Meals included: 2 breakfasts, 1 lunch
Accommodation: Hotel Patios De San Telmo or similar, Buenos Aires
- Arrive in the cosmopolitan epicentre of South America, Buenos Aires and transfer to your hotel.
- There's a welcome meeting this evening, which is usually at 6pm. Please ensure you check the notice board in reception for the confirmation of the time and place.
- Combining the passion of Latin America with the elegance of Europe and its own distinctive style, Buenos Aires is a magical city. Each neighbourhood has a distinctive style, and you will notice that the local residents, or Portenos, are incredibly proud of their city.
- You will be taken on a walking/ driving tour of the city to visit a selection of notable places including La Boca, where the world-class football team 'Boca Juniors' train. You will also stop and have lunch in a local artists house in La Boca.
- Continuing on you will visit San Telmo home to a weekend antiques market, Plaza de Mayo and Recoleta cemetery where you can see the graves of some of the countries most influential figures.
Day 3-4: Iguazu Falls
Meals included: 2 breakfasts, 1 dinner
Accommodation: Hotel Jasy or Similar, Puerto Iguazu
- Today you will fly to Puerto Iguazu, from where you will explore the impressive Iguazu Falls.
- You will spend the next two days exploring the falls in depth, seeing them from both the Argentinean and Brazilian side. The falls are two kilometres in length, and made up of 275 falls in total, some of which stretch up to 80 metres high. This makes them both higher than Niagara and wider than Victoria Falls. The Brazilian side of the falls offers great panoramic views of them, while the Argentinian allows to you to get up close and personal with the powerful falls on boardwalks.
- You can choose to get an even more exhilarating look at Iguazu via a zodiac boat ride below the falls or a helicopter flight over the top.
- You will have the opportunity to meet one of the few remaining original inhabitants of the region, the Guarani, on a visit with your tour leader.
- NB: Please note for visa information, you will be visiting the Brazilian side of the falls on day 3 and Argentina on day 4.
Day 5-6: Rio De Janeiro
Meals included: 3 breakfasts
Accommodation: Mirador Rio hotel or similar, Rio
- You will leave the falls and fly to Rio de Janeiro today, where you will be met by a local guide and taken on a city tour. You will start the tour with a visit to the famed Statue of Christ, which presides over the city and enjoys expansive views across the forests, beaches, bays and mountains that surround the city. From tourist mecca to local favela, your next stop will take you through the narrow laneways of these vibrant communities. You will have the opportunity to meet some local people and learn more about life within a favela.
- The intense green of Guanabara Bay and the beauty of the surrounding slopes of the Corcovado and Sugar Loaf Mountain, make Rio a majestic place, locals like to say that 'God made the world in six days, the seventh he devoted to Rio'.
- The Portuguese influence is ever-present here, especially in the opulent Portuguese buildings that were constructed when the Portuguese monarchy fled Europe under threat of Napolean and took up residence here.
- The contrast between the opulence of this architecture, the extravagance of Carnaval and destitute poverty of the favelas make this one of the most fascinating and diverse cities in the world. Live music is the heartblood of the city, with everything from samba, jazz, bossa nova, hip hop, reggae and rock to the myriad of regional styles and fusions. Lapa is the place to go if you want to join locals for some serious dancing in the many dancehalls there.
- The white sand beaches at Copacabana and Ipanema are certainly the best place for people watching. Day 7 will be free for you to explore the city at your leisure.
Day 7: Lima
Meals included: 1 breakfast
Accommodation: Antigua Mira Flores or Similar, Lima
- Fly on to Lima today.
- Today you will start your exploration of the Peruvian capital with a half-day city tour, kicking off at 2pm.
- Founded in 1535 by the Spanish conquistador, Francisco Pizarro, it was from Lima that all Spanish territories in South America were governed. Few cities at that time could rival Lima’s power, wealth and opulence. However its glory days ended in 1746 when the city was virtually destroyed by an earthquake. Many of the colonial buildings were rebuilt and you will get a first-hand look at several of them on the tour. The striking Plaza Mayor (Plaza de Armas), flanked by some of the most important buildings in town such as the cathedral, the huge Government Palace and the Archbishop’s Palace, constitutes the heart of the city.
- You will visit the nearby San Francisco Monastery, with its catacombs containing some 70,000 human remains.
- Next we will visit the Central market where we will take a walking tour. The market has a huge variety of fresh produce on offer including fruits, vegetables and even Guinea pigs. You will have the opportunity to try some local Peruvian fruits and street food.
- Next we will visit China town which is close to the Market.
- The tour will finish in Lima main square, with the option to go for dinner in Down Town or back to Miraflores.
- In your spare time you might enjoy wandering around around Miraflores, visiting Parque del Amor (Love's Park) where you can enjoy a view aross Lima's beaches, or catching a taxi to visit the Gold Museum or the Larco Museum, which is renowned for its ancient pottery collection. Please remember that you must agree on a fare with the driver before catching a taxi, as the taxis here do not have meters. (Miraflores-Downtown approximately 10-15 soles). You may also want to visit the impressive National Museum of Anthropology, Archaeology and History of Peru, which is home to a wonderful collection of cultural exhibits tracing the history, arts and accomplishments of the people of Peru, ranging from the original inhabitants of the land through to the Inca Empire and the Spanish conquerors.
- There are a number of restaurants and cafes to choose from for dinner. Lima has some of the most superb cuisine in South America and is especially renowned for its exceptional seafood. During your time here, you may wish to try ceviche, Peru’s national dish, which is raw fish marinated in lime juice and often served with hot peppers. This culinary delight is a must for all seafood lovers!
Day 8-9: Amazon Junle - Puerto Maldonado.
Meals included: 2 breakfasts, 2 lunches, 2 dinners
Accommodation: Heath River lodge or similar, Puerto Maldonato
- You will take a two hour flight to Puerto Maldonado today. Upon arrival you will be met and transferred to the office in town where your will be able to store your luggage before heading off with just a small pack for your two nights in the jungle. A motorised canoe will transport you up the river to your jungle lodge is the Madre de Dios region.
- The lodge is sustainable and eco-friendly, it is built in the native style. While simple, the rooms are comfortable, with flushing toilets, cold water showers, kerosene lamps and mosquito nets.
- Multilingual guides will take you through the forest and and help you to explore the incredible flora and fauna, teaching you about the medicinal properties of the plants and pointing out the spectacular wildlife. You will see everything from macaws and monkeys to peccary, jabirus, otters and thousands of butterflies.
- After spending time immersed in the wilderness, you will re-board the canoes and head back to Puerto Maldonado.
Day 10-11: Cusco
Meals included: 2 breakfasts
Accommodation: Eco inn or Similar, Cusco
- You will take a short (35 minute) flight to Cusco from Puerto Maldonado today.
- The oldest continuously inhabited city in the western hemisphere, Cusco is a wonderful place in which to stroll aimlessly or participate in an outdoor activity. If you are feeling energetic there are a myriad of adventures available in and around town, such as cycling and horse riding.
- There are plenty of opportunities to shop for handicrafts or wander around the cobblestone streets and visit museums, churches and colonial sites. You may just wish to relax with a 'cerveza' or a 'pisco sour' in one of the restaurants and 'penas' (traditional local bars) surrounding Plaza de Armas.
- You will go on a guided walking tour while you are here, visiting the Coco Museum and the San Pedro market. Ensure you take some time to acclimatise to the city's 3,450 metre altitude. We recommend seeing your doctor pre-departure to check if you have any pre-existing conditions, and monitoring your health while you are in Cusco closely.
- You may wish to buy a Boleto Turistico (Tourism Ticket) if you are interested in visiting the many museums in Cusco, it will also grant you access to the archaeological sites that surround the city, including Saqsaywaman, Q'enqo, Pica Pakara, Pisac and Ollantaytambo.
Day 12: Sacred Valley
Meals included: 1 breakfast, 1 lunch
Accommodation: Samanapaq hotel or similar
- You will drive on to the Sacred Valley on a private bus today. The journey will take approximately one and half hours.
- The Sacred Valley, located between the towns of Pisac and Ollantaytambo, was greatly treasured because of its climate, fertile land and the presence of the Urubamba (Sacred) River.
- You will visit a local community here, to gain a greater insight into the local lifestyle. If it happens to be market day, you will be able to wander the stalls and hunt down beautiful hand painted beads and ponchos. You will enjoy lunch with the local community.
- Next you will head to the town of Ollantaytambo. Built over an ancient Inca town, which is a magnificent example of Inca urban planning, this is one of the few places where the Incas defeated the Spanish. Ollantaytambo's archaeological site is located to the east of the Plaza de Armas and the upper terraces of this site offer great photo opportunities of the squared grid town below.
- You may also wish to try the Hearts Cafe while you are here, a project designed to support the local community.
Day 13: Aguas Calientes
Meals included: 1 breakfast, 1 dinner
Accommodation: Andina hotel or similar
- Nestled in the cloud forest at the foot of Machu Picchu, your destination today will be Aguas Calientas. You will travel by train for 90 minutes through the winding Urubamba Valley to reach town, where you can spend some free time exploring the natural hot springs after which the town was named.
Day 14: Aguas Calientes- Machu Picchu- Cusco
Meals included: 2 breakfasts
Accommodation: Eco inn or Similar, Cusco
- You will travel along the winding road to Machu Picchu (approximately 30 minutes) today, where you will be joined by a guide who will take you through the ruins. Looking at Machu Picchu for the first time, as it sits against a backdrop of forested mountains, is a truly breathtaking experience. No matter how many photos you've seen, it is hard to prepare for its awesome beauty.
- MACHU PICCHU: While it's thought Machu Picchu was built around 1440 as a country retreat for Incan nobility, there is evidence this had been a sacred Incan site for much longer. Another school of thought is that this was an astronomical observatory. There's plenty of time for you to decide for yourself as you wander around the many temples, palaces and living quarters.
- You will have a guided visit (approximately 1.5-2 hours) with plenty of free time afterwards. After taking advantage of the seemingly endless photo opportunities, it's time to return to Cusco for a well deserved shower and a pisco sour.
- WAYNA PICCHU: Due to Peregrine's internal safety policy our leaders are specifically prohibited from recommending or assisting with booking this activity.
Day 15-18: Cusco-Puno-Lake Titicaca
Meals included: 3 breakfasts, 2 lunches, 1 dinner
Accommodation: Taypikala hotel or similar, Puno
- You will travel on to Puno today, situated on the shores of Lake Titicaca (approximately 6 hours drive). You'll stop en route at the Sillustani archaeological site, a collection of ruined towers built by a pre-Inca civilisation near Lake Umayo. The towers are chullpas - funeral towers built to commemorate noble men, and fitted with offerings to help secure their passage into the next life.
- Puno is situated on Lake Titicaca, and is a fusion of Quechuan Indian and Aymara culture. It is recognised as the cultural capital of Peru, with an abundance of festivals, music and dancing.
- You will go on a tour of the lake on a motor boat, visiting the floating islands that are built on totora reeds. In fact everything on these islands are crafted from reed, including their boats which last up to 12 months.
- You will stay overnight with a local community in the lake region, offering you invaluable insight into daily life here. The home-stay will be a mud-brick house, the rooms have beds and multiple blankets. The drop toilets are shared, and there is no shower. Take this opportunity to practice the local language, be immersed in the culture and perhaps play a soccer game with the locals.
- After breakfast the following day, you will also visit Taquile Island, a place where knitting is strictly the domain of men, while women are relegated to spinning. This is the place to get your hands on some beautiful knitwear.
- You will hike uphill for an hour to reach the main part of the island. It has great views across the lake. There will be an optional lunch here as well, with a simple set menu of quinoa soup and muna tea (Andean mint tea). You will return down 500 steps to the boat that will take you on the three hour journey back to Puno.
Day 19: La Paz
Meals included: 1 breakfast
Accommodation: Rosario Hotel or similar
- Today you will travel to the Bolivian border at Desaguadero. Here you will complete immigration and customs formalities. There will be a few stops and you will be required to leave the bus to complete the formalities. The journey by road to the Bolivian capital, La Paz, will take you via the ancient ruins of Tiahuanaco.
- This was the base of a great civilisation that began around 500 BC before mysteriously 'disappearing' around 1200 AD. It is believed that the ceremonial complex date back to the 8th century AD and was once at the centre of a powerful and self-sustaining empire based in the southern Central Andes. The sprawling ruins comprise of temples, courtyards, terraced pyramids, monolithic stone statues and gateways. The most famous structure is the Puerta del Sol (Gateway of the Sun).
- From the ruins it is less a than two hour drive to La Paz, where you'll spend the night. You will enjoy spectacular views of the city on your approach, due to its unique location in the middle of a vast volcanic crater that resembles a bowl.
Day 20-21: Santiago
Meals included: 2 breakfasts
Accommodation: Gen suites or similar
- You will need to book a flight to Santiago de Chile today, this flight is not included in the price of your trip and will need to be arranged separately. This flight can be booked at anytime as there are no planned activities for this day.
- The second day in Santiago you will go on a walking city tour with your guide. The city centre itself is quite small and simple to get around, the Plaza de Armas is at the heart of the city and is home to the cathedral. The rest of the city is a jumble of shops, restaurants and parks.
- A visit to Bella Vista, Santiago's Parisian Quarter, will offer a slightly more serene perspective on the Chilean capital. Similarly, taking the cable car to Cerro San Cristobal will offer you impressive views across the city and on to the peaks of the Andes.
Day 22-23: Mendoza
Meals included: 2 breakfasts, 1 lunch
Accommodation: San Suites or similar, Mendoza
- You will make the six to seven hour trip across the Andes to Mendoza today. On the way, you may be lucky enough to spot Mt Aconcagua, the highest mountain in America, depending on the weather and clarity.
- The border crossing can take anywhere between one and three hours depending on local traffic. As such, we recommend that you bring snacks and water for the drive. please keep in mind that you will have to dispose of any fresh fruit or deli products before you cross the border into Argentina.
- Upon arrival in Mendoza, we recommend taking a stroll around the city's tree lined streets, or enjoying a coffee in a local cafe and soaking up the beauty of this well landscaped and lush city. Your centrally located hotel will make it easy for you to explore at your leisure.
- While you are in Mendoza, you will go on an included winery tour. Mendoza is the most important grape growing region in the country, producing more than 70% of Argentina's wine. It is especially well known for Malbec.
- A visit to Aristides Villanueva Street after dark is a must if you enjoy a bit of nightlife.
Day 24-25: Estancia Stay
Meals included: 2 breakfasts, 1 lunch, 2 dinners
Accommodation: Estancia Monte Viejo or similar
- You will leave pretty Mendoza behind and fly to Buenos Aires. From BA you will travel on to a traditional Estancia (a rural estate) , where you will spend the night.
- During your time on the Estancia you can do as much or as little as you desire. Activities may also vary depending on the day. You could work with the cattle (including branding, vaccinating etc), participate in a cattle auction or visit the local town, visit a cheese factory, play volleyball, soccer etc. Alternatively you could laze by the pool and read or have a barbecue.
Day 26: Buenos Aires
Meals included: 1 breakfast
Accommodation: Hotel Patios De San Telmo, Buenos Aires
- From the Estancia, you will continue your journey to Buenos Aires, the cosmopolitan epicentre of South America. Combining the passion of Latin America with the elegance of Europe and its own distinctive style, Buenos Aires is a magical city. Each neighbourhood has a distinctive style, and you will notice that the local residents, or Portenos, are incredibly proud of their city.
- You will have free time to explore this wonderful city.
Day 27: Buenos Aires
Meals included: 1 breakfast
Accommodation: Hotel Patios De San Telmo or similar, Buenos Aires
- Your trip will come to an end in Buenos Aires after breakfast.
- The services of Peregrine's expert English-speaking local tour leader in each country, and professional local guides at some sites.
- Arrival transfer to the Peregrine joining hotel.
- Flights from Rio to Lima on day 7 and La Paz to Santiago on day 20.
- City tours of Buenos Aires, Rio de Janeiro, Lima, Cusco, La Paz and Santiago (including entrance fees where applicable).
- Visit to Iguazu Falls and guided tour on both the Argentine & Brazilian sides.
- Motorised boat ride to a Jungle Lodge in the Amazon for a two day stay, including jungle excursions with a local guide.
- Sightseeing where mentioned in the trip notes.
- Train and bus to Machu Picchu (non-trekking trip), with a guided tour of Machu Picchu.
- Boat cruise on the highest navigable lake in the world - Lake Titicaca, including the floating reed islands of the Uros people.
- Authentic stay at a traditional Estancia in Argentina.
- Full day winery tour in Mendoza.
- Authentic accommodation- 22 nights comfortable hotel, 2 nights amazon jungle lodge, 2 nights estancia (ranch house), 1 night homestay.
- Meals- 28 breakfasts, 8 lunches, 7 dinners.
Some meals are included on your trip (except for North America trips - please refer to your day-to-day itinerary). However, sometimes we think you'll benefit from getting out and discovering the local cuisine. So when a meal is not included, it's a great opportunity to try something new. For group trips, ask your leader for tips on where to get the best meal, or you might decide to dine out as a group and experience the fun together.
- All international flights including Flight from Rio to Lima on Day 7 and flight from La Paz to Santiago on day 20
- Airport departure taxes
- Visas where required
- Meals not included in the itinerary
- Any optional tours or activities during free time
- Items of a personal nature
- Daily budget
We have chosen some great optional activities to enhance your travel experience. You will need to cover any additional costs yourself. For group trips, speak to your leader if you are interested in any of the following:
- Aguas Calientes- Hot Springs
- Buenos Aires - Soccer Game (seasonal)
- Buenos Aires - Tango Show
- Buenos Aires- Coastal train
- Buenos Aires- Tigre tour
- Coricancha- Cusco
- Cusco Cathedral
- Cusco- Chocolate Museum (Learn how to make chocolate)
- Cusco- Inka Museum
- Cusco- Qurikancha Temple
- Iguazu Falls - Bird Park
- Iguazu Falls- Helicopter ride
- Mendoza- Chairlifts (Seasonal)
- Mendoza- Spa at winery
- Rio de Janeiro - Football game
- Rio- Samba show
- Santiago- Pisco Distillery Tour
What to know
Vaccinations may be required for this trip. Please talk to your doctor about the up-to-date information for this region. We're travel experts, not doctors and defer to the medicos when it comes to inoculations.
Visas and Permits
Please ensure that you have all required visas for your trip – this is your responsibility. Rules and regulations governing the issuance of visas are constantly changing, and vary for different nationalities and you should check visa requirements with your travel agent or relevant consular authority well before travel.
Australians, Americans, British, Canadians and New Zealanders, do not currently require a visa for Argentina. For all other nationalities please reconfirm your visa requirements with your travel agent. Please note that when entering Argentine Territory, the following citizens must pay a "reciprocity fee": Australians USD100, Canadians USD75 and Americans USD160. The fee will be valid for multiple re-entries within a period of one year as of the date of first entry. Effective October 31, 2012, payment must be made entirely ONLINE and fees can no longer be paid on arrival at any airport. This fee also needs to be paid online if you are crossing the border into Argentina by land. This price is subject to change and the price on the below website will have the up to date costs.
How to pay the reciprocity fee online:
• Visit www.migraciones.gov.ar or www.provinciapagos.com.ar and register to start the process
• Fill out the form with the corresponding personal and credit card information
• Print the payment receipt
• Present the printed receipt at Immigration Control on arrival in Argentina. The receipt will be scanned by the Immigration officials, the information will be checked, and entry to the country will be registered
Americans currently require a visa for Bolivia. Australians, British, Canadians and New Zealanders currently do not require a visa for Bolivia. For all other nationalities please reconfirm your visa requirements with your travel agent.
Australians, Americans and Canadians currently require a visa for Brazil. Please note - processing can take around 2-5 weeks at the discretion of the embassy or consulate. Please ensure you allow enough time for processing, before you leave home.
British, EU and New Zealand passport holders, currently do not require a visa for Brazil. For all other nationalities please reconfirm your visa requirements with your travel agent.
If you intend to leave Brazil and return during your trip, you should obtain a multiple entry visa before leaving home. You should also ensure that an exit stamp is placed in your passport by Brazilian immigration authorities when you depart Brazil. On arrival you must complete an arrival card, which has a carbon copy. The carbon copy must be presented to immigration authorities on departure. Failure to do so may result in delays and possibly a fine when departing Brazil.
Australians, Americans, Canadians, New Zealanders or British do not currently require a visa for Chile. For all other nationalities please reconfirm your visa requirements with your travel agent. If you are entering Chile at Santiago International Airport as a tourist, some nationalities are required to pay a reciprocity fee (Australians US$95, Canadians US$132, Americans US$140). The fee does not apply to travellers arriving at other airports or entering the country via land borders.
Visas are the responsibility of the individual traveller. The visa requirements for your trip vary depending on where you are from and where you are going. As a general rule most countries expect that you will have at least 6 months' validity on your passport. On arrival visitors may be asked to present return tickets and evidence of means to cover your intended stay.
We keep the following information up to date as much as possible, but rules do change - it's important that you check for yourself.
Australians, Americans, Canadians, British and New Zealanders do not currently require a visa for Peru. For all other nationalities please reconfirm your visa requirements with your travel agent.
You are required to have travel insurance before heading off on a Peregrine trip. Insurance can be organised by your Peregrine representative or your travel agent.
Our Responsible Travel ethos is at the heart of everything we do, from getting the basics right like respecting local cultures and the environment, to initiating projects that make positive contributions to communities, to our staff’s fundraising efforts and offsetting our carbon emissions.
Customs and Culture
Please visit our Responsible Travel (http://www.peregrineadventures.com/rt) page for more information.
Our Pre Departure Information or Travel Dossier (provided upon booking a trip) provides tips on how you can show respect for the local customs and culture in the country you are travelling in. Your leader will also help steer you though the complexities of local cultural norms.
Pre Departure Information
The information listed above is a brief description of some things you may need to consider when booking a trip. Once a tour is booked you will be provided with a link to your Travel Dossier which will contain detailed Pre Departure information.
On Heroes and Tombs-E Sabato Kiss of the Spider Woman-M Puig Argentina: A City and a Nation-J Scobie Gaucho’s and the Vanishing Frontier-R Slatta Peron & the Enigma of Argentina-T Martinez
A Traveller’s Guide to El Dorado & the Inca Empire-L Meisch Backpacking and Trekking in Peru & Bolivia-H Bradt
Insight Guide Brazil-Edwin Taylor Brazil; Cultures of the World-Christopher Richard
Crisis in Allende’s Chile-E Kaufman The Pinochet Decade-P O’Brien & J Roddick
Cut Stones and Crossroads - R Wright Exploring Cusco - P Frost The Incas and Their Ancestors - M Moseley
Public Holiday Inconveniences
Be prepared for the inconvenience of sights such as museums and churches being closed to tourists on public holidays (ie. Christmas Day and New Years Day). Throughout Latin America, quite a few museums are closed on Mondays.
Breakfasts in Latin America are simple affairs. They consist of tea or coffee, fruit juice, bread rolls, butter and jam. Eggs and fruit are sometimes available on request, for a small charge.
Please note that flights in Latin America are often not at the most convenient hours and connecting flight times can require substantial transit times at airports. We try to minimise the number of early flights and airport waits however in some cases suitable alternatives are either not practical or not available and a degree of patience and understanding is required. Flight timings provided in our trip notes are subject to change. The flights on this tour will be unescorted but a transfer is provided to and from each airport by our representatives in each country.
Local Emergency contact numbers:
PEAK South America (Peru & Bolivia)
+51 99605 5559 or +51 97009 4823
PEAK South America (Brazil, Argentina and Colombia / Overland)
+ 55 21 96940-9208
Or +51 99605 5559 or +51 97009 4823
SEASONAL WEATHER CONDITIONS:
From June to August the border crossing between Chile and Argentina may be closed due to snowfalls. In that event your emergency fund may be needed to purchase a flight between Santiago and Mendoza.
About this Information
The information provided here is given in good faith and has been compiled with all reasonable care. However, things change and some of the information may become out of date. Please keep this in mind when you read it and check with us if you want to be sure about something. The document was correct at time of printing, but you can check online for the most up to date version. If you have any queries, please contact your travel agent or our staff in Australia. We are here to help you!
8 April 2014
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