http://www.migraciones.gov.ar/accesibleingles/?noticia=1632 (so far, in Spanish only)AS OF JANUARY 7, 2013 pre-paid on-line reciprocity fees before departure and arrival will be payable for all entries into Argentina for Americans, Australian or Canadians, whether by land , sea, or flight. :(
Pre-payment has already started, no problems reported so far, it just does not become obligatory until 28 DECEMEBER 2012 for flights to Aeroparque or for Ezeiza International Airport, BA. As of Right now ,…
Advice please! Bogota, Concert at Club de Suboficiales Colina Campestre. Where to stay, how to get there?
A friend and I are arriving into Bogota on the 30th and would like to get tickets for a concert for the 31st at el Club de Suboficiales Colina Campestre (Calle 138 # 55-38, Bogotá).
Where would you suggest we stay the night of the 30th, considering we are arriving at 11pm and would like to attend this concert the next day in the NE part of the city? We are backpaking and would like to spend only USD $10-20 per person per night.
How do you suggest we arrive at el Club de…
Travelling to South America in a months time, landing in the Buenos Aires International Airport.
We want to go to Iguazu Falls, haven't booked anything, we are waiting til we get there. Time is not an issue but budget is, thinking of going by Bus which I know takes longer but is cheaper than flying. Can anyone recommend a good tour company to go with for when we get to Puerto Iquazu?
Or alternatively do you know of any tours/guides that provide a round trip from Buenos Aires - Iguazu…
I've been searching for some info regarding buses / minibuses / shared taxis from Copacabana to La Paz.
The thing is, we've got a plane to catch in La Paz (going to Rurrenabaque, plane leaves at 16:55) and 13:30 bus is not an option anymore. Is there a chance to leave Copacabana at around 11, get to La Paz at ±14:30, and is it enough time to get to the airport? In other words, should we stick to this plan, or get to La Paz the day before?
I will be in the south of Ecuador at Huaquillas and want to peek into Peru and add another country to my checklist. Silly, I know. I have read that immigration facilities are far apart and a hassle. I have also read the area is a free trade zone. My question is this: if I walk over the bridge and have lunch in Peru (will I need Sols?) and walk back...do they stop people and check for passport stamps?
I am going to be in the south of Ecuador and want to peek into Peru to add another country to my checklist. Silly, I know.
I have heard immigration facilities are far apart and a hassle. I have also heard the border is an open trade zone
My question is this: if I just walk over the footbridge into Peru....have lunch.. (will I need Sols?) and walk back....do they stop people and check passport stamps?