Can you please let me know if the itinerary I am thinking (Of course reading a lot of ideas in forums and guide books) make sense or need some modification? Also if possible reply few question.
I will keep posting only the part of itinerary in respective forums, like here will post for Patagonia Part only along with in Argentina Forum.
Has anybody booked online with this airline recently?
I tried several times & the error report will appear once I press the button to proceed after I keyed in my credit card for processing. I have contacted them via their webpage & Facebook private message but no response from them at all!
Thought I play safe & get a travel agent in Chile to do booking for me but it seems that no travel agent is allowed to book on behalf since Sky Airline has converted itself as a budget airline.
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I'll be travelling in South America from Oct - Feb. I was just wondering if you can book tours of Patagonia with local companies when you are in Chile/Argentina. I can't find much information out local tours and am hoping to spend around 2/3 weeks in the Patagonia region and wondered if there are tours are readily available and the cost if there are?
Thanks in advance.
Could anyone recommend a Santiago car dealer who sells old cars. eg. Chevrolet ('40-69) and a good mechanic? Email would be great.
Keen to buy an old Chev to take on a 2000 kms road trip.
What is the procedure + cost + time involved in registering an old car? I am an EU citizen.
Do I need an Chilean drivers licence for a 2/3 month trip?
As a foreigner, do I need this RUT tax number to buy an old car?
I am planning on hiking the W Circuit at Torres del Paine between Jan 2 - Jan 6. Should I book a spot at the free campsites (is it even possible)?
Any advice is much appreciated!
Can someone offer a good itinerary? The thought of a long train ride up and/or down Chile sounds exciting. I promised my kid, I'd take her to see wild penguins (either country is ok) and we want to see some pretty cities in Argentina and Uruguay. I traveled for ten years through 32 countries on 5 continents (with my dog Monster) but now I'm a family man and can't hitch-hike around anymore. Now safety is my biggest priority :) So if anyone knows prices of trains and local airlines that can…
We're planning to drive from Punta Arenas to Santiago in March, preferably one-way. We would like to follow the Carretera Austral as much as possible, specifically the southern part. Would 3 weeks be a good amount of time for this? Note that I'm not taking in account any hiking in Torres del Paine.
This image shows an idea of the trip we're planning: https://s12.postimg.org/it306hml9/Screen_Shot_2016_09_17_at_10_21_44_AM.png. Any comments about this?
We're planning to rent a…
in about 2 weeks I want to travel through Northern Patagonia with a rental car.
To which city following Puerto Montt is the Carretera Austral paved (asphaltic road) so that I could drive on it with a regular (non 4WD) car?
And to which point is the unpaved road in a good quality after the asphalt ends so that I could easily travel it with a 4WD car?
Hi, in October I'm going to visit Chile and will really happy to have some help.
What is the best way from Puerto Natales to Santiago by buses. What is the shortest option? Where can I stay in this way, Chile or Argentina? I thought to take a bus to some town, stay there for 2 nights and then to take one more to Santiago. If you can suggest some options, it will be great!