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Argentina. Argentina Wildlife Adventure

Prices and Included Services

Fall 2014 through Spring 2015

Group Size

2-3

4-5

6-7

 8+

Land Cost per person

$6795 $6100  $5800

$5500

Internal Airfare

$1100 $1100  $1100  $1100

Single Supplement: $1,500

Above rates are valid for October 2014 through April 2015. Airfare cost subject to change until ticketed. Allowing us to assist with arranging an air pass in conjunction with your international tickets can often reduce the cost of internal flights. Special rates available for families traveling with children, or ask about upgrades to luxury boutique hotels.

 *Optional upgrade to Estancia Rincon Chico, a private ranch with exclusive beach access to a colony of elephant seals starts at $650 per person. 

 

 

 









 

 

Included:

Services as specified in the itinerary above include excellent lodging and accommodations; English-speaking naturalist guides; guided tours and excursions; airport-hotel transfers and land transportation; meals as specified [B-Breakfast, L-Lunch, D-Dinner]; services of in-bound land operator for airline reconfirmation, and tour operations; and Wildland Adventures travel consultation and pre-departure services.

Not Included:

Services unless specified otherwise in the itinerary above such as international air transportation and local flights; airport taxes; $160 prepaid Argentina Reciprocity Fee; tips and gratuities; optional or suggested services that are on your own; insurance of any kind; personal expenses; extra beverages and alcoholic drinks; medical costs; and hospitalization and evacuation and any other extra expenses due to unanticipated changes in your itinerary for reasons beyond control. You will need to carry about $500 extra cash (must be in US dollars cash, not travelers checks nor credit cards) to cover the fees, taxes, tips and meals not included in your itinerary. Meals, souvenirs and other local and personal expenses not specified in the above itinerary are also not included.

Trip Notes:

PENGUIN LIFECYCLE AT PUNTA TOMBO January: Chicks leave their nests, grow swimming feathers and start learning to swim in the sea. February: Young molt, take the beaches in swarms. March-April: Molting season ends for the young and starts for adults; birds start their northward migration. May, June, July and August: No Magellan penguins are visible, because they are always feeding out at sea. August-September: Adult males and females arrive, mark their territories and build their nests. October-November: Brooding and hatching season lasts between 30 and 45 days. December: Chicks grow, intensive activity on the beach, seagulls and skuas hover to pillage nests.
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