The question on everyone’s mind right now is “What is it like to travel in Chile right now?” Please join us as Mauricio Kusanovic Olate, Executive Director of Las Torres Reserve, gives us a first hand glimpse of traveling in Chile and visiting the Torres del Paine National Park.
While we are all familiar with traveling in a normal environment, few of us have been able to travel like we normally would this year. Chile opened for international guests on October 1st and Mauricio will take us through Chile’s travel protocol:
- The documentation required to travel
- Domestic travel protocols within Chile
- Your experience at the Torres del Paine National Park, either if you’re staying at Hotel Las Torres Patagonia or if you’re an adventure traveler and prefer to stay at the camping sites or refugios along the W Circuit
- What to expect on your visit to Patagonia and how the Torres del Paine National Park looks like after the pandemic
- Departing Chile & returning
- Why travel to Chile now
This webinar will provide valuable first hand information and help address potential concerns around travelling at this time. Any questions, please ask away! We look forward to having you.
About Mauricio: member of the Kusanovic family and executive director of Las Torres Reserve, he is originally from the Magallanes region, where he currently lives with his family. Mauricio has a business degree and also an MBA from the Adolfo Ibañez University in Chile. A lover of nature and adventure tourism, he enjoys fly fishing in his spare time. In addition to serving as Executive Director of Las Torres Reserve, he is co-founder and current vice president of the HYST of Torres del Paine (Association of Hotels and Tourist Services), an entity that promotes the development of tourism in the area in a sustainable way.
Borders are opening and Iceland remains high on the list of places to visit. Let Iceland ProTravel show you the wonders of this incredible destination.
In this webinar (part 2 of 4) we will continue our journey around Iceland with Judy Hurst and explore more of the South Coast. We will go a bit more in depth about the experiences you can expect while traveling from Vik to Hofn. We look forward to having you!
Located just steps from one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, the Royal Livingstone is located on the Zambian side of the Zambezi River in Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park, overlooking the Zambezi River and with direct access to world-famous Victoria Falls. General Manager Laurie Burr will be joining us live from the hotel’s beautiful gardens where we’ve been promised a visit by one of the Royal Livingstone’s resident zebra or giraffe. If we’re lucky, we’ll get to meet the newest 4 legged resident born last year, COVID the baby giraffe.
This webinar will take place at 11am Eastern time which is 5pm Zambian time. We’ve planned this special webinar at sunset so you can get a glimpse into the true beauty of the Zambezi at sunset. Please register even if you can’t attend live as we will be sending the recording.