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34 Days Patagonia & Beyond - Buenos Aires To Santiago

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34 Days Patagonia & Beyond - Buenos Aires To Santiago
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Travel with Dragoman Tour Kitty of USD $1220 per person is not included in the price and it is payable locally (refer to Important Information) Two Dragoman Crew Members, Local Guides where necessary Breakfasts x 22, Lunches x 19, Dinners x 20 Visit the Chilean wine region and famous vineyards, Climb Villarrica Volcano at Pucon in the Chilean Lake District, Overland in the Chilean and Argentinian Lake District, Stay 2 night stay at the lakeside town of Bariloche, Wildcamp in the remotest parts of Patagonia, Visit Los Glaciares National Park near El Chalten, Cross the Magellan straight to Tierra del Fuego, Reach the 'end of the world' at Ushuaia, Enjoy a 5 night stay in Torres Del Paine National Park

34 Days Patagonia & Beyond - Buenos Aires To Santiago

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Travel with Dragoman Tour Kitty of USD $1220 per person is not included in the price and it is payable locally (refer to Important Information) Two Dragoman Crew Members, Local Guides where necessary Breakfasts x 22, Lunches x 19, Dinners x 20 Visit the Chilean wine region and famous vineyards, Climb Villarrica Volcano at Pucon in the Chilean Lake District, Overland in the Chilean and Argentinian Lake District, Stay 2 night stay at the lakeside town of Bariloche, Wildcamp in the remotest parts of Patagonia, Visit Los Glaciares National Park near El Chalten, Cross the Magellan straight to Tierra del Fuego, Reach the 'end of the world' at Ushuaia, Enjoy a 5 night stay in Torres Del Paine National Park

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