Sizzling South America Women Only Adventure Tour

31 Days - from AUD$20064 / In Twin or Double Share

Countries visited :

TOTAL DAYS : 31 Days

STARTS IN : Melbourne on the 11th September 2018

ENDS IN : Melbourne on the 11th October 2018

Highlights :

TRANSPORT : Air-conditioned vehicle , Airplane , Boat , train

This Sizzling South America Women Only Adventure Tour has been designed for inspiring women that are brought together to share a passion for travel and to see our amazing world in the company of friends, what better way to travel!

This Sizzling South America Women Only Adventure Tour has been designed for inspiring women that are brought together to share a passion for travel and to see our amazing world in the company of friends, what better way to travel!


Visits to Peru, Chile, Bolivia & Argentina, City Tour of Santiago, Tour of Puerto Varas and visit to Petrohue Waterfalls, City Tour of Bariloche, Dinner & Tango Show in Buenos Aires, City Tour of Buenos Aires, Visit to San Telmo Markets, Tango Lesson in Buenos Aires, Free Day in Buenos Aires for Shopping, City Tour of Salta, Visit to MAAM Mueseum, Day Tour to Humahuaca Gorge, Day Tour to Cafayate with Wine Tasting, 3 Night Stay in the Amazon Jungle including all Excursions, City Tour of Cuzco and Visit to Nearby Ruins, Day Tour to Sacred Valley visiting Pisac Ruins, Markets & Ollantaytambo, Day Tour to Maras Salt Pans and Moray, Vistadome Train Excursion to Machu Picchu with Guided Tour, Day Trip to Uros Floating Islands and Taquile Islands, Full Day Catamara Cruise with visit to Sun and Moon Islands, Tour of La Paz and Moon Valley.


Day 1 – Tuesday 11 September 2018
Melbourne – Santiago (Meals Inflight)

Welcome to Sisterhood Womens Travel. Meet our Tour Hostess and fellow travellers at the Melbourne Airport for our flight to Santiago. Sit back, relax and enjoy the inflight entertainment of our full service airline as we head towards South America.

Upon arrival into Santiago we’ll be met and transferred to our hotel.

Overnight: Hotel Atton El Bosque (or similar)


Day 2 – Wednesday 12 September 2018
Santiago (B,L)

After breakfast this morning, we’ll enjoy a city tour around Santiago, visiting the city’s most outstanding attractions, including a walking tour downtown visiting the “Plaza de Armas”, the Cathedral, Ahumada Boulevard and the Government Palace “La Moneda”. Then, we’ll visit the main avenues of old Santiago, crossing the bohemian neighbourhood of Bellavista and drive up San Cristobal Hill, for a magnificent panoramic view of the city and the Andes Mountain Range. Continuing on, our tour will take us to the modern part of Santiago, including its chic neighbourhoods, shopping and financial centres. A special seafood lunch at El Mercado, a Santiago ”must taste” is included today with dinner tonight at leisure.

Overnight: Hotel Atton El Bosque (or similar)


Day 3 – Thursday 13 September 2018
Santiago – Puerto Montt – Puerto Varas (B)

This morning, we’ll fly to Puerto Montt where upon arrival we’ll be transfer to our hotel Puerto Varas driving a short distance through beautiful rural landscapes. Puerto Varas, located 20 kms north of Puerto Montt is one of Chile’s most charming villages, located on the shore of Lago Llanquihue and also the gateway to the Parque Nacional Vicente Pérez Rosales it is a spruce little town, with wood-shingled homes and a rose-encircled plaza

Overnight: Hotel Las Cabañas del Lago (or similar)


Day 4 – Friday 14 September 2018
Puerto Varas (B,L)

Our tour starts out from the city of Puerto Varas bordering the Llanquihue Lake. On the way, pass by the mouth of Rio Pescado as well as the villages of La Poza and Los Riscos, until we reach Ensenada, a small village from where the Osorno Volcano climb begins. During the escalation, several breaks will be made on the way to visit attractive sites before reaching the Ski y Montaña Volcan Osorno Center, located 1,240 meters above sea level. Our tour continues on to Saltos del Río Petrohué to walk on the boardwalks and see how the river flows over large masses of crystallized lava, formed by the volcano’s eruptions. Lovely views can be admired of the river’s beautiful turquoise-blue waters. The trip ends at Todos los Santos Lake. Lunch is included during our tour in a local restaurant. We’ll return to Puerto Varas where the rest of the afternoon is at leisure.

Overnight: Hotel Las Cabañas del Lago (or similar)


Day 5 – Saturday 15 September 2018
Puerto Varas / Peulla (B,L)

This morning after checkout we’ll head to Petrohue, bordering Llanquihue Lake. Throughout the journey on route, we will be able to enjoy the imposing sights of Osorno and Calbuco Volcanoes. Continue to Todos Los Santos, where we set sail and navigate (approx 1.4 hours) to Peulla, a paradise for nature lovers. On arrival, lunch will be ready and remainder of our day is at leisure.

Overnight: Hotel Natura (or similar)


Day 6 – Sunday 16 September 2018
Peulla – Bariloche (B,D)

Today will be an out and about day as we continue on our Lakes Crossing by coach to Puerto Frias.Then after the Chilean customs and Immigration formalities, we’ll continue down the winding road that leads to Puerto Frías. Cruise on Lake Frías to Puerto Alegre where you will board a bus to Puerto Blest. Time for lunch before departing from Puerto Blest, our last navigation through Nahuel Huapi Lake to on board a catamaran. Here we will have a great view of the traditional Hotel Llao Llao which stands out with its Alpine style and green surroundings. From Puerto Pañuel, continue by road to the centre of Bariloche and drop off at Hotel Edelweiss.

San Carlos de Bariloche is situated on the southern shore of lake Nahuel Huapi, within the Nahuel Huapi National Park. Located in the Patagonian ecotone, the scenery that surrounds Bariloche changes dramatically, from east to east, from the dry arid low hills and valleys of the steppes to meet the spectacular Andean cordillera with its typical valdivian cold wet forest. Bariloche has a wide variety of activities to offer, for relaxation or recreation.

Overnight: Hotel Edelweiss (or similar)


Day 7 – Monday 17 September 2018
Bariloche (B,L)

Today we depart our hotel to enjoy a tour of this lovely city, followed by a visit to the Nahuel Huapi National Park and Llao Llao Municipal Park. Along the length of its 65 Km there are several interesting places to visit: Cerro Campanario by chairlift, the lookout Llao Llao peninsula and the surrounding lake system, the lavender plantation and factories of knitted goods, candles, dolls, artistic clocks, jam and chocolate, ceramics and homemade beer. We’ll also visit fish hatcheries, forgeries, teahouses and plant nurseries as well as the magnificent Llao Llao hotel, San Eduardo chapel and the Lopez and Capilla massive rock face. Lunch will be provided during our tour at a local restaurant with dinner at leisure tonight.

Overnight: Hotel Edelweiss (or similar)


Day 8 – Tuesday 18 September 2018
Bariloche – Buenos Aires (B,D)

This morning we’ll transfer to the airport for our flight to Buenos Aires.Upon arrival we’ll be met and transferred to our hotel with the remainder of the afternoon at leisure. Buenos Aires, the capital city of Argentina with over 11 million inhabitants, is one of the largest cities in the world. This complex, energetic, and seductive port city, which stretches south-to-north along the Rio de la Plata, has been the gateway to Argentina for centuries. Porteños, as the multinational people of Buenos Aires, possess an elaborate and rich cultural identity. They value their European heritage highly; Italian and German names outnumber Spanish, and the lifestyle and architecture are markedly more European than any other city in South America. We’ll have time during our staying in Buenos Aires for shopping, leather goods, shoes, bags and clothes are a real bargain!

Tonight a real treat! Dinner tonight at Café Angelitos to enjoy a delicious meal, good wine and the best Tango – a perfect combination. We’ll taste Argentine cuisine accompanied by excellent wines and finish the evening enjoying a Tango and folklore show. A night to be remembered!

Overnight at Hotel Intersur Recoleta (or similar)


Day 9 – Wednesday 19 September 2018
Buenos Aires (B)

Today, we discover the beauty and wonders of Buenos Aires on our city tour, visiting the National Congress, the Metropolitan Cathedral next to the Government House in the Plaza de Mayo (May Square) area. We’ll admire the Colon Theatre, one of the most important opera houses in Latin America and visit San Telmo, a traditional neighbourhood where Tango performances can be seen in many bars and restaurants. We’ll make a stop at La Boca, the oldest and most authentic neighbourhood in Buenos Aires, settled and built by Italian immigrants that worked in the warehouses and meatpacking plants in the area. La Boca is now home to many artists. We’ll enjoy Palermo, an area that combines its architecture and history with entertainment and amusement in its green spaces. Finally, La Recoleta, an exclusive and elegant district where the famous cemetery is found. Although it may seem unusual, fashionable restaurants, bars, cafes, discos and a cinema complex also surround the area. Remainder of the day and dinner at leisure.

Overnight: Hotel Intersur Recoleta (or similar)


Day 10 – Thursday 20 September 2018
Buenos Aires (B,L)

This morning we’ll visit the famous street fair the San Telmo Market. Locally known as the Feria de San Telmo, the market brings hundreds of vendors to the streets surrounding Plaza Dorrego, most of them dealing in one-of-a-kind antiques. Leather goods, colorful glass soda siphons and antique knives are particularly popular items. While we are in San Telmo (the home of the Tango), we’ll enjoy a special Tango Class exclusive to our group, followed by a delicious lunch. Return to our hotel with an evening at leisure.

Overnight: Hotel Intersur Recoleta (or similar)


Day 11 – Friday 21 September 2018
Free Day in Buenos Aires (B)

Today we have a day at leisure. Perhaps do some shopping? Argentina has excellent leather and leather factories will tailor make any leather item in less than a day and sometimes only a few hours. Calle Florida is the well known mall-like pedestrian-only street nine blocks long that overflows with leather shops and chic boutiques from around the world. Tonight we regroup for dinner and a ‘shopping show and tell’

Overnight: Hotel Intersur Recoleta (or similar)


Day 12 – Saturday 22 September 2018
Buenos Aires – Salta (B)

Today we’ll be transferred early in the morning to the airport for our flight to Salta. On arrival, we’ll be met and transferred to our hotel before heading out on a city tour of Salta. This city was founded in 1582 and it still has a Spanish nature that makes it distinctive from the rest of the Argentinean capital cities. The surrounding hills provide the setting for the colonial style houses and churches that outline its urban features. Visit to its churches and museums… Cerro San Bernardo with a panoramic view of the city – Later the visit to San Lorenzo summer villa, 10 km from the city, National University, Vaqueros River, Quebrada de Castellanos, Lesser, San Lorenzo and Crafts Market.

We will also visit the MAAM Museum. One of northern Argentina’s premier museums, this has a serious and informative exhibition focusing on Inca culture and, in particular, the child sacrifices left on some of the Andes’ most imposing peaks. The centrepiece is the mummified body of one of three children (rotated every six months) discovered at the peak of Llullaillaco in 1999. Dinner at leisure tonight.

Overnight: Hotel Design Suites (or similar)


Day 13 – Sunday 23 September 2018
Salta – Humahuaca Gorge (B,L)

Today we explore Humahuaca Gorge. Following the Rio Grande Valley through northern Argentina and all the way to Bolivia is the beautiful Quebrada de Humahuaca, a colourful, craggy gorge with walls striped in shades of pink, red, lavender and grey. The multi-hued landscape is so unique that it earned a spot on the UNESCO World Heritage list. This river valley cutting through an otherwise arid landscape has likely been used as a major trade route for some 10,000 years. Remnants of various area inhabitants can be seen in the hundreds of archaeological sites dotting the valley, alongside a series of tiny, dusty pueblos with old adobe churches at their centres. Lunch is inlcluded on this tour with dinner at leisure tonight.

Overnight: Hotel Design Suites (or similar)


Day 14 – Monday 24 September 2018
Salta – Cafayate (B,D)

Today we head south along route 68 through the Lemma Valley and its historical towns. We reach Quebrada de las Conchas (the Shell’s George), where wind and water erosion have carved curious shapes on the rocks (The Amphitheatre, Devils throat, The Toad, The Castles among others). When we arrive to Cafayate, we visit some wineries, famous for their production of Torrontes, with special characteristics due to the particularities of the climate and land. Wine tasting is included in your programme before continuing to our beautiful vineyard hotel where dinner will be provided tonight.

Overnight: Hotel Vinas de Cafayate Wine Resort (or similar)


Day 15 – Tuesday 25 September 2018
Cafayate – Salta (B,D)

Today a morning at leisure to enjoy the vineyard before heading back to Salta through Las Conchas Gorge. On the way, we will stop in “Posta de las Cabras”, a famous producer of goat cheese. Dinner will be provided at our hotel tonight.

Overnight: Hotel Design Suites (or similar)


Day 16 – Wednesday 26 September 2018
Salta – Lima – Puerto Maldonado – Amazon (B,D)

This morning we’ll be transferred to the airport for our flight to Puerto Maldonado via Lima. On arrival in Puerto Maldonado we will be transferred to the Puerto Maldonado headquarters. While enjoying your first taste of the forest in our gardens we will ask you to pack only the necessary gear for your next few days, and leave the rest at our safe deposit. This helps us keep the boats and cargo light. Afterwards, transfer (approx. 20 kilometres) to Tambopata River Port. Continue on a two and a half hour boat ride to Refugio Amazonas, taking us past the Community of Infierno and the Tambopata National Reserve´s checkpoint and into the buffer zone of this 1.3 million hectare conservation unit. Upon arrival, we’ll be welcomed by the lodge manager who will brief us with important navigation and security tips. We’ll have the opportunity to enjoy an excursion that same afternoon if we wish and dinner will be provided tonight.

Overnight: Refugio Amazonas


Day 17 – Thursday 27 September 2018
Refugio Amazonas (B,D)

During our stay at Refugio Amazonas we will have the opportunity to choose our activities from the lodge excursion menu. The excursions range from soft adventures, family, research and cultural experiences all designed to satisfy our personal preferences. You may choose a morning and an afternoon excursion, returning to the lodge for lunch. All our meals, excursions and lectures are included during our stay.

Overnight: Refugio Amazonas


Day 18 – Friday 28 September 2018
Refugio Amazonas (B,D)

Another day at Refugio Amazonas to enjoy the range of excursions included during our visit.


Day 19 – Saturday 29 September 2018
Refugio Amazonas – Puerto Maldonado – Cusco (B)

This morning we say goodbye to the Amazon and transfer by boat to the Tambopata River Port and back to Puerto Maldonado Headquarters to collect our stored luggage. We fly to Cusco and upon arrival we’ll be met and transferred to our accommodation with the remainder pf our day at leisure. It is important that we relax a little this afternoon in order to acclimatise to the altitude.

Cusco, stately and historic, with stone streets and building foundations laid by the Incas more than 5 centuries ago, the town is much more than a mere history lesson. Cuzco is a fascinating blend of pre-Columbian and colonial history and contemporary mestizo culture. The Incas made Q’osqo (meaning “navel of the world” in Quechua) the political, military, and cultural centre of their empire, which stretched up and down the Andes, from Ecuador through Bolivia and all the way to Chile. Cusco was the empire’s holy city, and it was also the epicentre of the legendary Inca network of roads connecting all points in the empire. Dinner at leisure tonight.

Overnight: Hotel Costa del Sol Wyndham (or similar)


Day 20 – Sunday 30 September 2018
Cusco (B)

Today after breakfast we’ll depart our hotel to discover this amazing ancient city, visiting the principal monuments and points of interest in Cuzco, considered to be the oldest continuously inhabited city in the Western Hemisphere, including the nearby important Inca ruins of Sacsayhuaman, Kenko and Tambo Machay. Dinner at leisure tonight.

Overnight: Hotel Costa del Sol Wyndham (or similar)


Day 21 – Monday 1 October 2018
Pisac Market + Ruins & Ollantaytambo Fortress (B,L)

After breakfast and check out we’ll drive through the fertile countryside to the colonial village of Pisac. During our visit to the bustling marketplace we will have the opportunity to bargain with the locals for many different types of Peruvian handicrafts and jewellery (This is the place to buy beautiful hand-woven ponchos and other handicrafts), we will also have the opportunity to visit the nearby Pisac Ruins. After lunch our tour continues to the village of Ollantaytambo for a visit to its impressive Inca fortress. Dinner tonight at leisure.

The Urubamba Valley, better known as El Valle Sagrado de los Incas (the Sacred Valley of the Incas), is a relaxed and incomparably beautiful stretch of small villages and ancient ruins spread across broad plain and rugged mountain slopes northwest of Cusco. The magnificent Inca ruins found from Pisac to Ollantaytambo are testaments to the region’s immense ceremonial importance. The Incas built several of the empire’s greatest estates, temples, and royal palaces between the sacred centres of Cusco and Machu Picchu, positioned like great bookends at the south and north ends of the valley.

Overnight Hotel: Hotel Aranwa Sacred Valley (or similar)


Day 22 – Tuesday 2 October 2016
Moray – Moras (B,L)

This morning we’ll visit the cultural experimental centre of Moray, famous for its sunken amphitheatre made up of four circular terraces, which appear to disappear into the earth like an artificial crater. It is believed that the terraces, built over containing walls filled with fertile earth and watered by complex irrigation systems, enabled the Incas to grow more than 250 plant species. We will stop for lunch at La Casa de Barro Restaurant. We’ll continue to the impressive Maras salt pools formed by water emerging from a lake inside a mountain in the Urubamba Valley. Learn about ancestral techniques, which are still used, in agricultural, irrigation and salt-recollection tasks, as well as in Andean festivals and rites. After lunch, we’ll visit an authentic Quechua Village to feel the way of life of the Inca’s ancestors wearing their colourful ponchos. Spot the Quechua children scampering about while woman are weaving their family’s clothes. Returning to our hotel tonight with dinner at leisure.

Hotel: Hotel Aranwa Sacred Valley (or similar)


Day 23 – Wednesday 3 October 2018
Sacred Valley – Machu Picchu – Aguas Calientes (B,L)

After breakfast, we’ll be picked up from our hotel and transferred to Ollantaytambo Station to board the Vistadome train for a 2½ hour journey over and through the Andes to Aguas Calientes. On arrival, we’ll be met and taken to the shuttle buses taking us up a 600 metre switchback road to the entrance of Machu Picchu, the fabled Lost City of the Incas – never found by the Spanish Conquistadores and only rediscovered in 1911 by American archaeologist Hiram Bingham. Enjoy a guided tour of the ruins followed by hearty lunch at Sanctuary Lodge Restaurant. When we are ready to leave the ruins, we’ll take the shuttle bus down to the little town of Aguas Calientes at the bottom of the mountain and make our own way back to our hotel only a short walk fro the bus stop. Dinner tonight at leisure.

Hotel: Casa del Sol Boutique (or similar)


Day 24 – Thursday 4 October 2018
Aguas Calientes – Cusco (B)

Today we’ll have a morning at leisure to further explore this unique mountain citadel or just relax (Bus and entry fee not included on this day allow approx AUD170.00). In the afternoon we’ll make our way to the station for the afternoon train departing to Poroy and further transfer back to Cusco and our hotel. Refreshments are provided during the train trip. Dinner at leisure tonight.

Hotel: Hotel Costa del Sol Wydham (or similar)


Day 25 – Friday 5 October 2018
Cuzco – Puno (B,L)

After breakfast, we’ll transfer to the bus station for our journey through the Peruvian Andes to Lake Titicaca, passing through striking highland scenery and picturesque Andean villages. We’ll stop at various sites of interest and also for lunch during our 9 hour trip. Upon your arrival in Puno on the edge of Lake Titicaca, we will be met and transferred to our hotel. A long day but worth it for the scenery! Dinner at leisure tonight.

Lake Titicaca, the highest navigable lake in the world, at 3,808 metres, approximately 8,100 square kilometres in area, 194 kilometres long and having an average width of 65 km. At over 170 km long, it is also the largest lake in South America. Its altitude means the air is unusually clear and the azure waters particularly striking. Interesting boat trips can be made from Puno, the major port on the lake. The area is also known for its folk dances and huge herds of alpacas and llamas. In the parts of the lake where its depth is over 25 m. its waters are blue and in the shallower areas it is transparent and green in hue due to the presence of aquatic plants. It is home to extraordinary fauna such as flamingos, fish such as “suche”, “capache” and trout which has found the Lake to be a great habitat.

Hotel: Hotel Posada del Inca (or similar)


Day 26 – Saturday 6 October 2018
Puno (B,L)

This morning an early departure from our hote for our 2 hour motorboat ride to the island of Uros, within Lake Titicaca. Fishermen and hunters inhabit the floating islands of the Uros. The residents of the Uros use the cattail, a type of rush, which grows in the lake, to create the conditions that ensure the islands stay afloat. The dense roots that the plants develop support the island. The roofs are waterproof and the houses are extremely humid because of the surrounding water. At present, they speak Quechua and Aymara. Afterwards visit Taquile Island, where we will have lunch in the cooperative restaurant. Taquile Island is famous for its craft production, particularly for its beautiful textiles. The island is narrow at about 1 Km. wide and 6 to 7 Km. long. The visit could be exhausting because of the 533 steps on the stone stairway to climb to get to the village and because of the altitude (3,962 metres). On Taquile there are numerous pre-Inca and Inca ruins as well as Inca terracing. Return to Puno in the afternoon with dinner at leisure tonight.

Hotel: Hotel Posada del Inca (or similar)


Day 27 – Sunday 7 October 2018
Puno – La Paz (B,L,D)

This morning an early land transfer to Copacabana Sanctuary. We’ll board the Catamaran Cruise Ship, sail to Sun Island, the legendary birthplace of the Inca Empire. We’ll visit the Inca Garden, steps and fountain followed by the Inti Wata Cultural Complex including the Ekako Underground Museum, the traditional medicine and the Titikaka Reed Shipbuilders display centers, the Pachamama agricultural Inca terraces, a handicraft center, the Intica lounge and at the Manco Kapac look out the largest variety of Andean camelids. Also, the Inti Wata Complex at Sun Island includes a unique sailing experience aboard a huge Titikaka traditional vessel for a panoramic visit to the Pilkokaina Inca Palace. Catamaran Cruise Ship, enjoy a buffet lunch on board, land transfer to La Paz.

La Paz is the highest city in the world. Set like a jewel, flanked by the Andes, it is an unforgettable sight to those who visit. It is Bolivia’s largest city and has a population of over a million, of which more than half are of Indian heritage. La Paz has a cool climate, as it is situated 4000 metres above sea level. There are many hotels, restaurants and entertainment venues and colourful back streets and markets where one may learn about Quechua and Aymara culture, which predefines the Bolivian way of life. Dinner will be provided in the hotel tonight.

Hotel: Hotel Europa (or similar)


Day 28 – Monday 8 October 2018
La Paz (B,D)

Today we enjoy a half-day city tour of La Paz and visit the area of the street markets, rich in handicrafts, weavings and witchcraft artefacts. Afterwards we’ll visit the colonial part of the city, San Francisco church, Gold Museum, Murillo Square and the outdoor replica of the Tiahuanaco temple, finally the modern area of the city all framed by the majestic “Illimani” mountain. Continue to the Valley of the Moon, a large collection of sandstone monoliths shaped over many thousands of years by the dry winds of southern La Paz. Remainder of the day at leisure. A ‘Farewell’ Dinner will be provided at our hotel tonight to celebrate our amazing AMAZONIAN adventure!


Day 29 – Tuesday 9 October 2018
La Paz – Santiago – Auckland – Melbourne (B)

Today we farewell South America and begin our journey home. We’ll transfer to the airport in the morning and fly to Melbourne via Santiago and Auckland. Sit back, relax and enjoy the inflight hospitality of the airlines as we head towards home.


Day 30 – Wednesday 10 October 2018
In Flight (Meals In Flight)

Sit back, relax and enjoy the inflight hospitality of the airlines as we head towards home.


Day 31 – Thursday 11 October 2018
Welcome Home

Arriving back into Melbourne around 9.30am. What an adventure! We thank you for travelling with Sisterhood Womens Travel and look forward to welcoming you back for your next adventure!


Sizzling South American Adventure

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Melbourne Tourist Class AUD$24302 AUD$20064 N/A
  • Fully Escorted by an Experienced Sisterhood Tour Hostess who is on hand to assist with making your holiday a memorable one
  • Return Airfares including taxes to South America ex Melbourne (Other departure cities available on request) including luggage
  • All Internal Flights within South America including taxes and luggage
  • Specialist Guides at each Destination
  • All Transportation Throughout
  • All Sightseeing as per Itinerary including Entrance Fees
  • Meals as per Itinerary
  • Accommodation based on 4 Star Properties in Good Locations
  • Tipping for All Guides
  • Willing to Share Option
  • Meet & Greet prior to Departure (subject to minimum numbers attending)

** Not included – Please allow for:

Chile Reciprocity Fee – approx USD120.00
La Paz International Tax – approx US25.00

Deposit Required: AU$4,250 per person

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