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Birding Patagonia & Tierra del Fuego, Discovering the Birds & Landscapes of the End of the World

Join this exclusive birding journey and discover the unique bird diversity in the remote regions and dazzling landscapes of Chilean Patagonia, Tierra del Fuego and Torres del Paine National Park. Enjoy the pace of a small group and the expertise and skill of our well-seasoned birding guides. 

Next departures: Nov 12-18, 2017 • Jan 7-13, 2018 • Nov 11-17, 2018 • 7-day trip from Punta Arenas, Chile.


Andean Condor (Vultur grypus) - the 'Lord of the Andes', Torres del Paine National Park, Chilean Patagonia © Claudio F. Vidal, Far South Expeditions

Andean Condor, Vultur gryphus © Far South Expeditions


Book this trip, reserve space now!Join this exclusive birding journey and discover the unique bird diversity in the remote regions and dazzling landscapes of Chilean Patagonia & Tierra del Fuego. Enjoy the pace of a small group and the expertise and skill of our well-seasoned birding guides. 

Seabirds like Black-browed Albatross, Antarctic Giant Petrel, Magellanic Diving Petrel and Chilean Skua, Waterfowl like Upland, Ashy-headed and Ruddy-headed geese, stunning waders including Magellanic Plover, Two-banded Plover, Rufous-chested and Tawny-throated dotterels and several seedsnipes, King and Magellanic penguins, remarkable forest-dwelling birds such as Magellanic Woodpecker, Austral Parakeet and Chilean Hawk, will be part of this trip, with the occasional presence of the imposing Andean Condor, largest of terrestrial flying birds, soaring above. 

Chile's Torres del Paine National Park is a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve, regarded as one of the world's most beautiful national parks. A large diversity of habitats in the park includes Patagonian steppe, scrub and sub-Antarctic forests, all set between mountains and glaciers in dramatic landscapes of extraordinary beauty. 





Itinerary in Brief (7 days, 6 nights)

Day 1 •• Punta Arenas •– Drive to Torres del Paine National Park –• Torres del Paine (2 nights)

Day 2 • Torres del Paine National Park

Day 3 • Torres del Paine National Park –• Sierra Baguales •– Drive to Punta Arenas –• Punta Arenas (1 night)

Day 4 • Magdalena Island • Drive to Tierra del Fuego •– O/N Porvenir (2 nights)

Day 5 • Laguna de los Cisnes • Useless Bay for King Penguins •– Baquedano Hills

Day 6 • Tierra del Fuego • Ferry to mainland • Punta Arenas (1 night)

Day 7 • End of the trip



2017: November 12-18

2018: January 7-13, November 11-17


Trip Highlights

• The magnificent Andean Condor, largest of terrestrial flying birds.

• Stunning waders including Magellanic Plover, Two-banded Plover, Rufous-chested Dotterel, Tawny-throated Dotterel and several seedsnipes.

• Remarkable forest-dwelling birds such as Magellanic Woodpecker, Austral Parakeet and Chilean Hawk.

• Commerson's and Peale's dolphins in the Straits of Magellan.

• King and Magellanic penguins


Detailed Itinerary and Activities


Note: This trip starts from Punta Arenas, Chile. We recommend you arrive the day before the trip starts. Our Operations Department can make all your flight arrangements (international and domestic) from Santiago de Chile or other routes as well as to arrange private ground transfers either from El Calafate or Ushuaia, in Argentina.

Day 1 • Punta Arenas –• Torres del Paine National Park

Today we will have an exciting and productive drive towards Torres del Paine National Park; we will be fascinated by the changing landscapes and vegetation comprising the Patagonian steppes, the Chilean Fjords and the southern Andes. On route, we will check at some alkaline ponds to attempt to find one of the world’s most sought-after waders, Magellanic Plover. We will also look for other Patagonian specialties including Lesser Rhea, Least Seedsnipe, Band-tailed Earthcreeper, Chocolate-vented Tyrant and White-bridled (Canary-winged) Finch. Large herds of camel-relative Guanaco will be a common sight along the entire drive towards Puerto Natales and other mammals potentially include Southern Grey Fox, Patagonian Hairy Armadillo and Patagonian Hog-nosed Skunk. The scenic town of Puerto Natales will be a delightful stop to study the abundance of waterfowl occurring along the coast of the Last Hope Fjord. Lots of Black-necked and Coscoroba Swans, together Chiloe Wigeon, Yellow-billed Teal, Yellow-billed Pintail and Crested Duck breed and feed here. This coast, influenced by the Pacific Ocean, is also frequented by Imperial Cormorant, Chilean Skua, Dolphin Gull and South American Tern. Occasionally pods of the endemic Chilean Dolphin are found in these waters.We will continue heading northwards to reach one of the most scenic places on Earth, Torres del Paine. The Andean foothills and scrub are home of Black-chested Buzzard, Southern and Chimango Caracaras, but surely our group will be impressed at the moment our first Andean Condor is spotted. Our lodge is located in the southern fringes of the park and has good access to productive habitats where we expect to find Ashy-headed and Upland Geese, Spectacled Duck, South American Snipe, Austral Parakeet, Austral Pygmy Owl and Dark-bellied Cinclodes.

Overnight at Hotel Rio Serrano, Torres del Paine (Lunch, Dinner)(Guide).


Rufous-chested Dotterel (Charadrius modestus), one of the super-waders of Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego © Claudio F. Vidal, Far South Expeditions

Rufous-chested Dotterel, Charadrius modestus © Claudio F. Vidal, Far South Expeditions


Day 2 • Torres del Paine National Park

We will have an early start to explore this vast national park and its many birding habitats. We will commence by exploring its western flank and bird the sub-Antarctic Beech (Nothofagus) forests. Here we will look for Austral Parakeet, Striped Woodpecker, Chilean Flicker, the striking Magellanic Woodpecker, Thorn-tailed Rayadito, White-throated Treerunner and Austral Blackbird. Occasionally Chilean Hawk is seen here stalking the flocking parakeets. The scenery around Grey Lake and its homonymous glacier is simply breathtaking. During the rest of the day we will explore the lakes in the eastern side of the park searching for a wealth of waterfowl including Great, Silvery and White-tufted grebes, Andean Duck, Silver Teal plus Red-gartered and White-winged Coots. The reed-fringed lagoons can be very interesting; with some luck, the elusive and recently re-discovered Austral Rail might show up. We also expect to see Cinereous Harrier and Black-chested Buzzard-Eagle hovering about in search for prey. We will scan the fast-flowing rivers hoping to find the remarkable Torrent Duck. Although our time in the park is limited, there is always the chance of watching Puma, especially in the eastern side of the park.

Overnight at Hotel Rio Serrano, Torres del Paine. (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner) (Guide).


Crested Duck, Straits of Magellan, Chilean Patagonia © Claudio F. Vidal, Far South Expeditions

Crested Duck, Lophonetta specularioides © Claudio F. Vidal, Far South Expeditions


Day 3 • Torres del Paine •– Sierra Baguales •– Drive back to Punta Arenas

Early in the morning we will explore Sierra Baguales range, located northeast of Torres del Paine. Along the road, in the scrubby gullies, we will look for interesting passerines such as Patagonian Mockingbird and Grey-bellied Shrike-Tyrant. As we continue exploring this montane habitat we might find the local White-throated Caracara, Grey-breasted Seedsnipe, Rufous-banded Miner, Cinnamon-bellied and Ochre-naped ground-tyrants, Patagonian and Greater yellow finches and the stunning Yellow-bridled Finch. During the afternoon you will be transferred to your lodging in Punta Arenas.

Overnight at Hotel Diego de Almagro or similar, Punta Arenas. (Breakfast, Lunch) (Guide).


Chilean Hawk (Accipiter bicolor chilensis), Torres del Paine National Park, Chile © Claudio F. Vidal, Far South Expeditions

Chilean Hawk - juvenile, Accipiter bicolor chilensis © Claudio F. Vidal, Far South Expeditions


Day 4 •• Magdalena Island • Drive to Tierra del Fuego

Early in the morning, we will sail out bound for Magdalena Island, in the waters of the mythical Straits of Magellan, in Patagonia. This protected area holds a huge Magellanic Penguin colony of more than 150,000 individuals. Besides the penguins. We will be overwhelmed by the large numbers of penguins inhabiting every available spot of the island’s surface and by their raucous braying calls. Some of the penguins will be busy while landing, coming ashore from their feeding trips, taking a bath or preening and resting peacefully at the shoreline while others will be walking with its characteristic gait towards their burrows to incubate the eggs or attend their chicks. Several other seabird species breed in the island including Imperial and Rock Cormorants, Dolphin and Kelp Gulls, Chilean Skua and South American Tern. In the nearby Marta Island there is a fairly large colony of South American Sea Lions and occasionally Snowy Sheathbill can be spotted there. Back from Magdalena Island, we will head along the Magellan Straits shores and check patches of scrub where recently Patagonian Tinamou have been recorded.  A short ferry ride will take us to the mythic island of Tierra del Fuego and we hope to see the striking Commerson’’s Dolphin following the wake during our crossing. Once in the island, Chilean Flamingo, Upland and Ashy-headed geese, Coscoroba and Black-necked swans and Silver Teal are all possible sightings along with waders such as Baird’s and White-rumped sandpipers and Wilson’’s Phalarope at the roadside wetlands. We will truly enjoy our day exploring the beauty of this ‘big sky’ open country.

Overnight at Yendegaia House, Porvenir. (Lunch, Dinner) (Guide).


Yellow-bridled Finch (Melanodera xanthogramma), Sierra Baguales, Chilean Patagonia © Rodrigo Tapia, Far South Expeditions

Yellow-bridled Finch, Melanodera xanthogramma © Claudio F. Vidal, Far South Expeditions


Day 5 •• Tierra del Fuego: Useless Bay for King penguins •– Baquedano Hills

Today we will explore the huge embayment of Bahía Inútil -Spanish for Useless Bay- for a wealth of seabirds, waterfowl and other shorebirds. We will concentrate in finding Flightless and Flying Steamer-Ducks and Kelp Goose as well as King, Imperial and Rock cormorants. En route, we’ll be checking the meadows and fields for the endangered Ruddy-headed Goose as well as for potential raptors including Variable Hawk, Aplomado and Peregrine falcons. Great Horned Owl nests in some ravines we will pass by, and there might be a chance of spotting this largest of Central and South American owls, second largest in the Americas. The main target of our visit to this scenic part of the island is the only continental King Penguin breeding colony. This splendid species congregates year-round on this site and in the past few years they have successfully re-started to breed here.On our way back to Porvenir, we will explore the shrubby slopes and moorlands of the Baquedano Hills, searching for specialties such as Rufous-chested Dotterel, Austral Canastero, and the stunning White-bridled Finch.

Overnight at Yendegaia House, Porvenir. (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner) (Guide).


King Penguins, one of our key species in Tierra del Fuego © Claudio F. Vidal, Far South Expeditions

King Penguins, Aptenodytes patagonicus © Claudio F. Vidal, Far South Expeditions


Day 6 •• Tierra del Fuego • Ferry to mainland

During the morning we will visit some alkaline lagoons and ponds east of the village. Our target here will be the local and rare Magellanic Plover. This enigmatic wader looks more similar to a little dove rather than to any shorebird, and is often seen feeding ‘scratching’ the mud with its bright pink legs. Other birds of the area will include Two-banded Plover, Wilson’’s Phalarope, the abundant White-rumped Sandpiper, Short-billed Miner and the ubiquitous Austral Negrito. Later we will take a 2-hour ferry journey back towards Punta Arenas; while crossing the mythic Straits of Magellan, we will see a variety of tubenoses such as Black-browed Albatross, Southern Giant Petrel, Cape and White-chinned petrels, Sooty Shearwater, Wilson’s Storm-Petrel and Magellanic Diving Petrel. We will see other seabirds including Chilean Skua, Kelp, Dolphin and Brown-hooded gulls and South American Tern. Possible marine mammals will include the common South American Sea Lion, Sei Whale and playful pods of Peale’s Dolphin.

Overnight at Hotel Diego de Almagro or similar, Punta Arenas. (Breakfast, Lunch) (Guide).


Lesser or Darwin's Rhea (Rhea pennata), Otway Sound, Chile © Claudio F. Vidal, Far South Expeditions

Lesser (Darwin's) Rhea, Rhea pennata © Claudio F. Vidal, Far South Expeditions


Day 7 •• Punta Arenas
Transfer to Punta Arenas airport after breakfast. End of the trip. (Breakfast).



Trip Map


Birding Patagonia & Tierra del Fuego Tour Map © Far South Expeditions



Dates and Rates 

Birding Patagonia & Tierra del Fuego
Trip Code PAT03
Trip Length 7 days, 6 nights from Punta Arenas, Chile
2017 Dates November 12-18
2018 Dates January 7-13 • November 11-17
Price per person (USD) $2,298
Single Supplement $350
Trips are guaranteed to depart with a minimum of 4 participants.

Maximum group size 8 participants.


Rates for Custom Private Departures (you choose the date):

Available from October through March. Departures from Punta Arenas, Chile. 


Trip Code PAT03
No. of guests 2 4 Single Suppl.
Price per person (USD) $3,998 $2,885 $350
Trips are guaranteed to depart with a minimum of 2 participants


Do you want us to arrange your flights from Santiago to Punta Arenas?

Domestic flights Santiago (SCL) – Punta Arenas (PUQ) – Santiago (from US$ 300-400 per person). Duration of the flight: 3-4 hours.


What the trip includes/excludes

The above price is per person in US$, based in double accommodation.

Single supplement will be added if single accommodations are requested.

The trip price includes: All accommodations, meals and guide services as stated in the itinerary, private ground transportation during the tour, ferry fares to Tierra del Fuego and park entrance fees.

The trip price excludes: Domestic flights (Santiago – Punta Arenas – Santiago or other route), tipping, travel insurance, entrance tax to Chile, excess baggage charges, private excursions, à la carte dishes, snacks, drinks, laundry, telephone calls and anything else of a purely personal nature.



Photo Gallery

Check out our photo gallery from recent birding trips in Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego


King Cormorant (Phalacrocorax atriceps albiventer), Tierra del Fuego, Chile © Claudio F. Vidal, Far South Expeditions


Field Checklist

Birds and Mammals possible to be seen on this trip to Patagonia & Tierra del Fuego. 






Family Rheidae [Rheas]

Lesser Rhea Rhea pennata




Family Anatidae [Swans, Geese and Ducks]

Black-necked Swan Cygnus melancoryphus

Coscoroba Swan Coscoroba coscoroba

Upland Goose Chloephaga picta

Kelp Goose Chloephaga hybrida

Ashy-headed Goose Chloephaga poliocephala

Ruddy-headed Goose Chloephaga rubidiceps

Torrent Duck Merganetta armata

Flying Steamer Duck Tachyeres patachonicus

Flightless Steamer Duck Tachyeres pteneres

Crested Duck Lophonetta specularioides

Spectacled Duck Speculanas specularis

Chiloe Wigeon Anas sibilatrix

Yellow-billed Teal Anas flavirostris

Yellow-billed Pintail Anas georgica

Silver Teal Anas versicolor

Ruddy Duck Oxyura jamaicensis

Lake Duck Oxyura vittata




Family Podicipedidae [Grebes];

White-tufted Grebe Rollandia rolland

Great Grebe Podiceps major

Silvery Grebe Podiceps occipitalis




Family Phoenicopteridae [Flamingos]

Chilean Flamingo Phoenicopterus chilensis




Family Spheniscidae [Penguins]

King Penguin Aptenodytes patagonicus

Magellanic Penguin Spheniscus magellanicus




Family Diomedeidae [Albatrosses]

Black-browed Albatross Thalassarche melanophris


Family Procellariidae [Petrels and Shearwaters]

Southern Giant Petrel Macronectes giganteus

Northern Giant Petrel Macronectes halli

Southern Fulmar Fulmarus glacialoides

Cape Petrel Daption capense

Sooty Shearwater Puffinus griseus

Great Shearwater Puffinus gravis

Pink-footed Shearwater Puffinus creatopus

Manx Shearwater Puffinus puffinus


Family Hydrobatidae [Storm-Petrels]

Wilson's Storm Petrel Oceanites oceanicus



Family Phalacrocoracidae [Cormorants]

Neotropic Cormorant Phalacrocorax brasilianus

Magellanic Cormorant Phalacrocorax magellanicus

Imperial Cormorant Phalacrocorax atriceps




Family Ardeidae [Herons]


Black-crowned Night Heron Nycticorax nycticorax

Cattle Egret Bubulcus ibis

Great Egret Ardea alba

Snowy Egret Egretta thula


Family Threskiornithidae [Ibises]

Black-faced Ibis Theristicus melanopis




Family Cathartidae [New World Vultures]

Turkey Vulture Cathartes aura

Black Vulture Coragyps atratus

Andean Condor Vultur gryphus




Family Accipitridae [Hawks and Eagles]

Cinereous Harrier Circus cinereus

Bicolored Hawk Accipiter bicolor

Variable Hawk Geranoaetus polyosoma

Black-chested Buzzard-Eagle Geranoaetus melanoleucus

Rufous-tailed Hawk Buteo ventralis




Family Rallidae [Rails and Coots]

Austral Rail Rallus antarcticus

Plumbeous Rail Pardirallus sanguinolentus

Spot-flanked Gallinule Gallinula melanops

Red-gartered Coot Fulica armillata

White-winged Coot Fulica leucoptera




Family Charadriidae [Lapwings and Plovers]

Tawny-throated Dotterel Oreopholus ruficollis

Southern Lapwing Vanellus chilensis

Two-banded Plover Charadrius falklandicus

Rufous-chested Dotterel Charadrius modestus


Family Haematopodidae [Oystercatchers]

American Oystercatcher Haematopus palliatus

Blackish Oystercatcher Haematopus ater

Magellanic Oystercatcher Haematopus leucopodus


Family Chionidae [Sheathbills]

Snowy Sheathbill Chionis albus


Family Pluvianellidae [Magellanic Plover]

Magellanic Plover Pluvianellus socialis


Family Scolopacidae [Sandpipers]

South American Snipe Gallinago paraguaiae

Hudsonian Godwit Limosa haemastica

Whimbrel Numenius phaeopus

Greater Yellowlegs Tringa melanoleuca

Lesser Yellowlegs Tringa flavipes

Red Knot Calidris canutus

Sanderling Calidris alba

White-rumped Sandpiper Calidris fuscicollis

Baird's Sandpiper Calidris bairdii


Family Thinocoridae [Seedsnipes]

White-bellied Seedsnipe Attagis malouinus

Grey-breasted Seedsnipe Thinocorus orbignyianus

Least Seedsnipe Thinocorus rumicivorus


Family Stercorariidae [Skuas]

Chilean Skua Stercorarius chilensis


Family Laridae [Gulls and Terns]

Brown-hooded Gull Chroicocephalus maculipennis

Dolphin Gull Leucophaeus scoresbii

Franklin's Gull Leucophaeus pipixcan

Kelp Gull Larus dominicanus

South American Tern Sterna hirundinacea


Family Rynchopidae [Skimmers]

Black Skimmer Rynchops niger




Family Columbidae [Pigeons]

Rock Pigeon Columba livia

Eared Dove Zenaida auriculata




Family Tytonidae [Barn Owls]

Barn Owl Tyto alba


Family Strigidae [Owls]

Great Horned Owl Bubo virginianus

Rufous-legged Owl Strix rufipes

Austral Pygmy Owl Glaucidium nana

Short-eared Owl Asio flammeus




Family Trochilidae [Hummingbirds]

Green-backed Firecrown Sephanoides sephaniodes




Family Alcedinidae [Kingfishers]

Ringed Kingfisher Megaceryle torquata




Family Picidae [Woodpeckers]

Striped Woodpecker Veniliornis lignarius

Chilean Flicker Colaptes pitius

Magellanic Woodpecker Campephilus magellanicus




Family Falconidae [Falcons]

Southern Caracara Caracara plancus

White-throated Caracara Phalcoboenus albogularis

Chimango Caracara Milvago chimango

American Kestrel Falco sparverius

Aplomado Falcon Falco femoralis

Peregrine Falcon Falco peregrinus




Family Psittacidae [Parrots]

Austral Parakeet Enicognathus ferrugineus






Family Rhinocryptidae [Tapaculos]

Magellanic Tapaculo Scytalopus magellanicus


Family Furnariidae [Ovenbirds]

Common Miner Geositta cunicularia

Short-billed Miner Geositta antarctica

Rufous-banded Miner Geositta rufipennis

White-throated Treerunner Pygarrhichas albogularis

Band-tailed Earthcreeper Ochetorhynchus phoenicurus

Wren-like Rushbird Phleocryptes melanops

Patagonian Forest Earthcreeper Upucerthia saturatior

Scale-throated Earthcreeper Upucerthia dumetaria

Buff-winged Cinclodes Cinclodes fuscus

Gray-flanked Cinclodes Cinclodes oustaleti

Dark-bellied Cinclodes Cinclodes patagonicus

Thorn-tailed Rayadito Aphrastura spinicauda

Plain-mantled Tit-Spinetail Leptasthenura aegithaloides

Austral Canastero Asthenes anthoides

Sharp-billed Canastero Asthenes pyrrholeuca


Family Tyrannidae [Tyrant Flycatchers]

White-crested Elaenia Elaenia albiceps

Tufted Tit-Tyrant Anairetes parulus

Austral Negrito Lessonia rufa

Dark-faced Ground Tyrant Muscisaxicola maclovianus

Cinnamon-bellied Ground Tyrant Muscisaxicola capistratus

Black-billed Shrike Tyrant Agriornis montanus

Grey-bellied Shrike Tyrant Agriornis micropterus

Fire-eyed Diucon Xolmis pyrope

Chocolate-vented Tyrant Neoxolmis rufiventris

Patagonian Tyrant Colorhamphus parvirostris




Family Hirundinidae [Swallows]

Blue-and-white Swallow Pygochelidon cyanoleuca

Chilean Swallow Tachycineta meyeni

Barn Swallow Hirundo rustica


Family Troglodytidae [Wrens]

House Wren Troglodytes aedon

Sedge Wren Cistothorus platensis


Family Turdidae [Thrushes]

Austral Thrush Turdus falcklandii


Family Mimidae [Mockingbirds]

Patagonian Mockingbird Mimus patagonicus


Family Motacillidae [Pipits and Wagtails]

Correndera Pipit Anthus correndera


Family Thraupidae [Tanagers]

Grey-hooded Sierra Finch Phrygilus gayi

Patagonian Sierra Finch Phrygilus patagonicus

Plumbeous Sierra Finch Phrygilus unicolor

Common Diuca Finch Diuca diuca

White-bridled Finch Melanodera melanodera

Yellow-bridled Finch Melanodera xanthogramma

Patagonian Yellow Finch Sicalis lebruni


Family Emberizidae [Sparrows]

Rufous-collared Sparrow Zonotrichia capensis


Family Icteridae [New World Blackbirds]

Austral Blackbird Curaeus curaeus

Long-tailed Meadowlark Sturnella loyca


Family Fringillidae [Finches]

Black-chinned Siskin Sporagra barbata


Family Passeridae [Old World Sparrows]

House Sparrow Passer domesticus



Armadillos | Dasypodidae

Big Hairy Armadillo Chaetophractus villosus

Pichi Zaedyus pichiy


Rabbits & Hares | Leporidae

Old World Rabbit Oryctolagus cuniculus

Brown Hare Lepus capensis


Nutrias | Myocastoridae

Nutria Myocastor coypus


Camels | Camelidae

Guanaco Lama guanicoe


Dolphins | Delphinidae

Peale's Dolphin Lagenorhynchus australis

Chilean Dolphin Cephalorhynchus eutropia

Commerson's Dolphin Cephalorhynchus commersonii


Eared Seals | Otariidae

Southern Sea Lion Otaria byronia


Deer | Cervidae

Southern Andean Deer Hippocamelus bisulcus


Cats | Felidae

Puma Puma concolor


Dogs | Canidae

Southern Grey Fox Pseudalopex griseus

Culpeo Fox Pseudalopex culpaeus


Skunks | Mephitidae

Patagonian Hog-nosed Skunk Conepatus humboldti



Tour Registration


To book this tour, please complete our registration form. We will process your booking form and will send you (within 24 hours) a note with space confirmation and a deposit invoice with payment instructions. The deposit amount is US$ 500 per person. Full payment of the tour fee is due 90 days prior to tour departure.

NOTE: Inquires received on Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays will be replied during the following working day.


Cancellation Policy

Notice of cancellation can only be accepted IN WRITING from the person who signed the booking form and takes effect on the day such noticed is received by us.


Refunds are made according to the following schedule:

If cancellation is made 120 days or more before departure date, the deposit less US$ 200 is refundable.

If cancellation is made between 120 and 60 days before departure, the deposit is not refundable, but any payments covering the balance of the fee will be refunded.

If cancellation is made fewer than 60 days before departure date, no refund is available.

This policy and fee schedule also applies to pre-trip and post trip extensions, as well as any transfers from one tour to another. We strongly recommend the purchase of trip cancellation insurance to protect yourself.