2020 Total Solar Eclipse Itineraries
Latin America enjoys massive diversity of culture, people and scenery and it is a challenge to take a holiday here and get the best from the huge kaleidoscope of places in the region. The itineraries for the Project Patagonia total solar eclipse tours lead you through some of the most spectacular parts of the region...
The Argentinean Pampas
The Andean Mountain Lakes Crossing
Magnificent snow-capped volcanoes
Chile Lake District and ice-fields with close up views of vast glaciers.
Quaint old towns in the style of the original European settlers.
Wild artistic creativity in Valparaiso
Sophisticated style and the hypnotic Tango in Buenos Aires.
You can also extend your stay and add:-
The magnificent Iguazu Waterfalls.
A flight across the Pacific Ocean to Easter Island, the remotest island in the world and a land dominated by 900 vast monumental Moai statues.
Observing a total solar eclipse is of course the rare event that is central to this project, but there is much more to see. This is not an everyday adventure...
2020 Itineraries - Availability
2020 Extension Itineraries
Travelling to Patagonia also opens up temptations to add other parts of South America which are essential additions for any traveller; the magnificent Iguazu Waterfalls or a flight out across the Pacific Ocean from Santiago can also take you to Easter Island a land dominated by 900 vast monumental statues called Moai.
The table below shows you how each of the extensions fit onto the individual tours.
Extra nights in Santiago - £97 / $125 per person per night in a twin / double room (single room £194 / $250)
Extra nights in Buenos Aires - £77 / $100 per person per night in a twin / double room (single room £154 / $200)
Flight Santiago / Buenos Aires - approx. £200 / $250 (*fares will be quoted as requested depending on date of travel and must be paid for at time of booking)