Travel Information – Pumas and Wildlife of Patagonia

US Citizens Traveling To Chile*

Passport

Valid for the duration of the trip.

Blank Passport Pages

One blank page required.

Visa Requirements

Not required for stays of 90 days or less (tourist passports only)

Vaccination Recommendations

None

Arrival and Departure Airport

Presidente Carlos Ibáñez del Campo International Airport (PUQ) in Punta Arenas, Chile is the destination airport. We will pick you up at the airport and drive you to the hotel.

Plan to Arrive in Punta Arenas XXXXXXX and depart XXXXXX/

Lodging & Transportation

All of the transportation and hotels are included in the workshop, so no worries, just get your self in and out of Patagonia and we have done the rest!

If you are coming in early or staying late me know and I’ll help with hotels and transportation.

Trip Insurance

I always use trip insurance for my travels. It’s so much easier and with so many more benefits when you compare it with your insurance. I’ve found the costs to be reasonable given the benefits. I use Travel Guard when I travel and even though; I’ve not had a claim they were helpful and easy to deal with on the phone.

*Information for US citizens travel to Chile was obtained from the US Department of State and was valid as of November 4, 2017. If you are traveling to Chile from another country, please check with your embassy to check the travel requirements for your country.

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