You are responsible for booking your international airfare and regional flights within Chile, as well as any pre-workshop or post-workshop accommodation in Santiago.
Airport Transfers, 5-Nights, 4-Star Accommodation, Full Board Meal Plan, Open Bar (Except Premium), Lectures & Critiques, Instructor-led Field Sessions, Private Vehicles, Professional Driver-Guides, Grey Glacier Cruise, Park Fees.
Airport Transfers, 4-Nights, 4-Star Accommodation, 4 Breakfasts, 2 Dinners, Lectures & Critiques, Instructor-led Field Sessions, Private Vehicles, Professional Driver-Guides, Entrance Fees.
Airfare, Baggage Fees, Passport or Visa Fees, Travel Insurance, Anything Not Mentioned In the Inclusions, Accommodation in Santiago, Items of a Personal Nature, Gratuities.
WHAT TO PACK
Weatherproof Clothing, Trail Shoes or Hiking Boots, Travel Alarm, First Aid Kit, Medications Sunscreen, Cap, Sunglasses Lip Balm, Umbrella Water Bottle, Snacks, Insect Repellent, Hand Sanitizer, Converters, Adapters.
Camera Bag-Backpack DSLR or Mirrorless Camera Spare Batteries Memory Cards Camera Manual Interchangeable Lenses Flash|Filters (optional) Tripod|Head Cable Release Camera Cleaning Supplies Rocket Blower Laptop, Notebook Memory Card Reader Flash Drive
The US Department of State’s travel page will provide you with relevant destination information as well as current travel requirements for Chile.
Travel Insurance is highly recommended for this program and can be purchased through your air carrier or online: www.travelinsurance.com.
Patagonia has one of the largest holes in the ozone anywhere on earth, the sun is incredibly strong and can cause sunburn in a short period of time.
San Pedro de Atacama lies at the entrance to the driest desert on earth, the Atacama Desert. The town itself sits at an average of 7870 feet elevation, just over the threshold for altitude sickness so a minority of visitors experience mild discomfort such as dizziness or headaches.
Preventative measures (sun protection, hydration) should be taken accordingly.