Aconcagua of Patagonia Expedition Japan - Invitation to Deep Andes & Unseen Japan

updated 2018-05-14

Aconcagua Normal Route Expeditions for Asian climbers

  • This is the international expedition tours, open for everyone who wishes to challenge to the summit of Mt.Aconcagua.
  • Our climbing plan is slower than other group tours for better acclimatization - it's the key of the success on Aconcagua climbing.
  • The Asian members are not as tough as Europeans, in general. So we designed more gentle climbing programs
  • 18 departures scheduled throughout the climbing season, from November to February.
  • Our 20 days program starts/ends at Mendoza town, Argentina.

2018/2019 Season Expedition Price (to be updated soon)

  • USD /person
  • Flight tickets not included
  • Book now, pay on confirmation of your reservation.

Quick fact

  • Target: Mt.Aconcagua, 6,962m, Argentina.
  • Route: Normal Route (NW face).
  • Access: Mendoza (airport code: MDZ)
  • Tour style: Fixed date expedition, International groups.
  • Season: Late November to February.
  • Tour dates: Regular departures. 18 groups scheduled.
  • Private group on request (minimum 3 climbers).

Route - You may need to know before coming.

  • The summit of the Mt.Aconcagua is the highest point of the South America.
  • To reach the summit, we follow the normal route, approaching from the south-west.
  • For climbing, the normal route is the most popular route on this mountain.
  • This route is technically easy, but be aware that "easy route" doesn't mean "easy mountain".
  • The hard part is the altitude, many climbers have failed their challenge by the altitude sickness.
  • Therefore, this our expedition is carefully designed on the acclimatization - takes more days than other commercial expeditions.


Fixed Departure Expedition 2018-2019


Itinerary - Daily Activity

  • 2017-10-29 (3).pngDay 01 · Mendoza IN – Altitude: 760 mts.
  • Day 02 · Mendoza / Penitentes – Altitude: 2700 mts.
  • Day 03 · Penitentes / Confluencia – Altitude: 3368 mts.
  • Day 04 · Acclimatization trekking to Plaza Francia – Altitude: 4.200 mts.
  • Day 05 · Approach from Confluencia to Plaza de Mulas – Altitude: 4250 mts.
  • Day 06 · Rest day at Plaza de Mulas – Altitude: 4250 mts.
  • Day 07 · Ascent to Mt Bonete – Altitude: 5.000 mts.
  • Day 08 · Rest day at Plaza de Mulas – Altitude: 4.250 mts.
  • Day 09 · Carry equipment and food to Camp 1 – Altitude: 4900 mts.
  • Day 10 · Rest day at Plaza de Mulas – Altitude: 4.250 mts.
  • Day 11 · Ascent from base camp to Camp 1 – Altitude: 4.900 mts.
  • Day 12 · Move to Camp 2 – Altitude: 5.400 mts.
  • Day 13 · Carry equipment from Camp 2 to Camp 3 – Altitude: 6.000 mts.
  • Day 14 · Ascent from Camp 2 to Camp 3 – Altitude: 6.000 mts.
  • Day 15 · Summit day – Altitude: 6.962 mts.
  • Days 16 and 17 · Spare days in case of bad weather conditions.
  • Day 18 · Return to Base Camp.
  • Day 19 · Return from base camp to Penitentes and back to Mendoza.
  • Day 20 · Mendoza hotel check out.

The proposed itinerary can be changed due to weather conditions o other forced situations that put in risk the group security. The guides have the authority to change the program according to their criteria. You can be sure the changes have two fundamental objectives. These are to maximize the security and the summit chances. And they are based on our guides knowledge and experience.


Dates (2018/2019 schedule updatd soon)

Scheduled Expeditions - Group code & Dates

  • 2017-10-29 (1).pngACN-1 Nov 20th, 2017 - Dec 9th, 2017
  • ACN-2 Nov 21st, 2017 - Dec 10th, 2017
  • ACN-3 Nov 27th, 2017 - Dec 16th, 2017
  • ACN-4 Dec 4th, 2017 - Dec 23rd, 2017
  • ACN-5 Dec 7th, 2017 - Dec 27th, 2017
  • ACN-6 Dec 11th, 2017 - Dec 30th, 2017
  • ACN-7 Dec 18th, 2017 - Jan 6th, 2018
  • ACN-8 Dec 26th, 2017 - Jan 14th, 2018
  • ACN-9 Jan 2nd, 2018 - Jan 21st, 2018
  • ACN-10 Jan 5th, 2018 - Jan 24th, 2018
  • ACN-11 Jan 8th, 2018 - Jan 27th, 2018
  • ACN-12 Jan 15th, 2018 - Feb 3rd, 2018
  • ACN-13 Jan 22nd, 2018 - Feb 10th, 2018
  • ACN-14 Jan 26th, 2018 - Feb 14th, 2018
  • ACN-15 Jan 29th, 2018 - Feb 17th, 2018
  • ACN-16 Feb 5th, 2018 - Feb 24th, 2018
  • ACN-17 Feb 9th, 2018 - Feb 28th, 2018
  • ACN-18 Feb 12th, 2018 - Mar 3rd, 2018



Professional Guides

GUIDES CERTIFICATIONS-1.pngThe guides are professional, experimented and highly qualified guides, with degrees and licenses from organisms that guarantee their special training. The Provincial School for Mountain and Trekking Guides (EPGAMT), is the only school that specializes on the Aconcagua, accredited in the Argentine Association for Mountain Guides (AAGM) and members of the Professional Mountain and Trekking Guides Association (AGPMT). Some of the guides have licences from the IFMGA.


All the transportation are according to the schedule, for the group, in private vehicle.Transport Airport – Hotel in Mendoza (18 km). Transport Mendoza-Penitentes (180 km). Transport to and from Penitentes-Horcones, Aconcagua Park Entrance (7 km). Return to Mendoza from Horcones (187 km).


City of Mendoza: Two (2) nights of lodging in a 3 *** hotel in the city of Mendoza, double or triple room, breakfast included. Penitentes: One (1) night at Mountain Hotel in Penitentes, Double or triple, half board, beverages not included. The welcome dinner, breakfast and taxes are included. Mountain Camps: All nights of the expedition at double tents or dormitory dome ( 4 or 8 persons) , Full Board.


All meals are included during the approaching, at Base Camp and high altitude camps. Meals are prepared daily by the cooks. Our diet include, among other things, fresh fruit, meat, chicken, vegetables, fresh eggs, bread and other. Our meals are energy balanced with all your body requires for the ascent. We are also are prepared to elaborate special meals, like vegetarian, celiac and other kinds.


There is permanent communication through VHF, UHF radios, Satellite Telephones, between Base Camps, mountain expeditions, Penitentes and Mendoza. This guarantees safety and organization that will lead your expedition to be a successful one. We also offer an e-mail service in Plaza de Mulas at reasonable costs.

Mules for equipment transportation

We take your equipment (30 kg/person) from Puente del Inca to Plaza de Mulas (Base Camp) back and forth. Our “responsibility and confidence service” means taking your equipment on time and in perfect conditions to and from Base Camp and back to Penitentes. We own our tame mules and the “arrieros” are experimented in the mountain.

Dining Tents

07-Campamento-Confluencia1.jpgThe dining domes are completely equiped with tables, chairs, dishes and electricity, to provide the highest comfort and quality services. You will be attended by our Camp Team, in charge of preparing meals and of offering an excepcional service with a friendly treatment.

Medical Equipment

We have medical kits at base camps that include all regular medicines and oximeters, oxygen tubes and hyperbaric chambers exclusively for our clients in ready to solve all kinds of problems. The guides also carry a medical kit for high camps. We have access to rangers, rescue teams, police, professionals medicine doctors and medical institutes specializing in mountain accidents, who are immediately put on alert and get ready whenever they are required by our staffs.

Dormitory Tents

18-Campamento-Plaza-Canada.jpgWe provide our clients with the best mountain tents available. Also we have exclusive dormitory tents for 4 or 8 persons, with bunk beds, electric light and carpet. We have private bathroom for our clients, toilettes at Confluencia Camp and letrines at Plaza de Mulas Base Camp. We also offered hot water baths at convenient prices.


The porter is in charge of helping the group with the extra weight the group equipment represents. Our programmed expeditions includes the carry of double tents and common equipment. This is to avoid extra unnecessary efforts so you can preserve your energy, for the day you reach the summit. If you need a personal porter you can pay one as an additional.

Other services

Assistance in the obtainment of Aconcagua Provincial Park entrance permits. The Aconcagua is a reserved area, managed by the Government of the Province of Mendoza. To be able to enter the park one must obtain a permit, for trekking or for ascending to the summit. You will be personally assisted in this procedure at our sales office. The permit cost is not included in our services.
Facility for the deposit and care of equipment. A person in charge of the camp supervises your equipment while you ascend. Personal equipment reviews and advice for rental, if necessary

This program does not include:

Aconcagua Park climbing fee (tax charged by Mendoza government, according to dates)
Personal equipment.
Rescue or other costs due to abandon of expedition.
Personal expenses (tips, laundry, phone, drinks, and porters or other items not specified above.)
Extra nights in hotel in case of early return to the city.
Meals in Mendoza.
All other services not listed as included.



25-Cumbre.jpgLight underwear. Long underwear.
Underwear and turtleneck. Polypropylene or capilene, cotton is not recommended. Pile lining.
Jacket or sweatshirt.
Trousers with pile lining. Side zippers are recommended to guarantee comfort and ventilation.
Warm jacket. Down or thinsulate, with a hood, expedition type, it must be comfortable to wear over other clothes.
Waterproof jacket / transpirable. It must have a hood. Suggested: Gore-Tex.
Waterproof trousers / transpirable. Suggested: Gore-Tex. We recommend side zippers to guarantee comfort and ventilation.

Head Gear

Sun hat.
Visor and bandana or handkerchief to protect the neck area.
Balaclava . Suggested: polypropylene or capilene.
Wool or pile ski hat.
Head lamp (spare bulbs and batteries).
Glacier glasses: 100% UV, with side cobres. If you use contact lenses or glasses, we recommend you bring an extra pair. Suggested: Cebe, Julbo, Bolle and Ray Ban.


Thin gloves. Two pairs, pile or polypropylene.
Mittens. One pair, pile, down or wool.
Gore-Tex overmitts. We recommend shell palms. Suggested: Outdoor Research Expedition Modular Mitts or Wild Country Extremities.

Foot wear

Trekking shoes.
Double mountaineering boots. With removable linner.
Gaiters. Gore-Tex, Cordura.
Thick socks. (3 pairs) woolen or synthetic, for cold weather.
Thin socks. 2 pairs of smooth wool, nylon or polypropylene, to be worn closest to the skin. This reduces blistering.

Climbing Equipment

Climbing Helmet. Compulsory use.
Ice axe: Light ice axe. The size is important: if you are 1.7 mts, use a 60 cm tool; 1.7 to 1.9 mts, use a 65 cm tool; if you are more than 1.9 mts, use a 70 cm tool.
Crampons. We recommend 12 point crampons. Not Footfangs or Simond Scorpions or Grivel Rambo.
Ski poles. One pair of telescopic or collapsible, optional.

Camping Equipment

Backpack: UIT an internal structure of, at least, 70 lts. It must have ice axe haul loops and a place to attach crampons.
Sleeping Bag: Expedition quality, of at least -18°C (0°F). A good quality down sleeping bag of 1 kg is better.
Thermal Mats: Neoprene or Therma Rest. Plate, cup and silverware: Unbreakable for high altitude camps.
Accesories: Pocket Knife: Swiss or Leatherman tool.
Water Bottle: Two one liter wide mouth water bottles, one liter thermos.
Sun screen: Sun cream and lip screen SPF 20-40.
First Aid: Personal First Aid Kit.
Personal Hygiene: pee bottle, wet towels, soap, etc.

For the Journey

Large duffel bag: Big enough to be able to transport all your equipment.
Safety lock.
Small duffel bag: To store excess equipment at the hotel.
Plastic bags. For pack clothes and keep dry.
Clothes for the journey.
Hygiene bag.
Photographic equipment. Optional


Please send us the following data to start your booking process.

Expedition Information

  1. Number of members
  2. Expedition code (for example, "ACN-1")
  3. Start Date

Personal information

  1. Name (as indicated in your passport)
  2. Last Name (as indicated in your passport)
  3. Gender
  4. Date of Birth
  5. Type of ID
  6. ID Number
  7. Nationality
  8. E-mail
  9. Address of residence (with post code)
  10. Tel/Fax (Country code + Number)
  11. Mobile (Country code + Number)
  12. Profession


We require pre-payment or credit card details in order to guarantee your reservation.


When you forward your booking form to us, we understood that you acknowledge and agree to all the terms and conditions set out in the GENERAL OPERATION CONDITIONS.

Terms & Conditions

When you forward your booking form to us, we understood that you acknowledge and agree to all the terms and conditions set out in the GENERAL OPERATION CONDITIONS.



2017 – 2018 Season

  • The following general conditions are governed by the provisions set forth in Act 18829, Decree 2182/72, Resolution 404/72. E.V.yT. Dossier No. 11193, with offices at the City of Mendoza, hereinafter referred to as the Company, hereby sets forth its general operation conditions for the provision of tourist services:


1-A) KNOWLEDGE OF CONDITIONS SET FORTH: when the passenger (as well as any person who has a reservation under the passenger’s name) sends the reservation form and it is accepted by us, it is understood that the passenger acknowledges and agrees to all the conditions herein and certifies that the information submitted in the reservation form is complete and true. The Company, on accepting the reservation, covenants and agrees to full fill its obligations as herein provided.

1-B) LEGAL RESPONSABILITY: reservations are accepted on the grounds that the passenger has acknowledged and accepted the potential risks that this type of trips may entail, that the passenger is mentally and physically capable of participating in the activities required, that his/her participation is voluntary, and that – although the Company has taken all necessary steps to provide the passenger with adequate equipment and trained guides – the passenger acknowledges that adventure activities are risky. Certainly, this risk is inherent to the activity and cannot be avoided without destroying the activity’s unique characteristic. Said inherent risks may cause equipment loss or damage or accidental injuries, sicknesses or, in extreme cases, permanent trauma or death. It is not the Company’s intention to frighten the passenger or curtail his/her enthusiasm, nevertheless, it is important that the passenger knows in advance which risks are involved. The following are some examples of said risks: avalanche, lightning, rock instability or fall, snow, ice, extreme hot or cold temperatures, dehydration, acute mountain illness, winds, mountain equipment failures, human error. The passenger acknowledges that this list is not exhaustive and that there are other unknown or unpredictable risks that may cause harm


2-A) BOOKINGS: the reservations will be confirmed once the passenger finishes the following steps:
- Sends the reservation form dully filled in.
- Each person participating in the trip shall fill in a form and provide as much information as possible.
- The Company must be immediately informed of any changes in the information the passenger has furnished.
- The passenger may send the reservation form by e-mail or through the Company´s website.
- This information will be used to get your permit to enter the Aconcagua Provincial Park, therefore it shall be an AFFIDAVIT

NOT REFUNDABLE BOOKING DEPOSIT, the amount will depend on the hired service detailed below:
- Programmed Expedition: US$ 1000 per person
- Private Expedition: 20% of the total amount

For other items not included above please consult.This down payment should be done through the ways of payment detailed below on PAYMENTS

2-B) BOOKING CONFIRMATION: Once points a) and b) hereinbefore are fulfilled, the Company shall forward confirmation and balance of the reservation. Two weeks prior to the trip, the Company shall send a HANDBOOK with information about the hotel, contact telephone numbers, list of participants and related data by e-mail.

2-C) CHANGES ON THE BOOKINGS: : if the passenger wishes to introduce any change in a reservation that has already been confirmed, the Company shall be informed in writing of said change. The passenger shall pay a U$S 300 administrative charge per person for any change

2-D) CANCELATION OF THE BOOKING: cancellations shall be made in writing, without exception, and the price of the trip will be refunded to the passenger after deducting cancellation charges. The cancellation date shall be the date the Company is dully served by the passenger.
- If the cancellation notice is received 30 days prior to departure, the prepayment made for the reservation shall be deducted to cover administrative expenses.
- If notice is received after the 30 days previous expedition departure date, the Company shall retain the 50% of total amount of the expedition.
- If notice is received 72 hours previous expedition departure the Company shall retain the 100% of the expedition and no refund will apply.


3-A) PRICES: all prices advertised in the Company’s publications are expressed in United States dollars and are subject to changes without prior notice. The passenger shall pay the ruling price at the moment the reservation is accepted. Prices shall not be subject to changes provided that the trip is paid cash and in full once the reservation is made. Otherwise, the company retains the right to change the final price of the program without prior notice. Said changes may derive from market fluctuations affecting the cost structure. Any price increase shall be paid prior to the departure date of the trip without exception.

3-B) WAYS OF PAYMENTS: The ways of payment are: cash, bank transfer and credit card through PayPal. These ways of payment, and fees or applicable taxes, may change at any time without prior notice.In the case of credit card and bank transfer, the company is not liable responsible for modifications made by intermediary banks. Any variation or other fees or taxes will be looked after the client according to the selected way of payment. The passenger can change the method of payment if he thinks it is convenient, for it must be informed up to 60 days before the start of the expedition.

3-C) PAYMENT OF THE BALANCE: the balance due must be paid prior to the beginning of the trip.
If the balance is not fully paid the company can cancel all bookings and there’ll be no services confirmed.
The balance can be paid by the following options.
- Wire transfer: 45 days at least prior the beginning of the services
- Credit Card (PayPal): 30 days at least prior the begging of services
- Cash: Until the first day of the expedition in our offices.
All these ways of payments may change without prior notice.


4-A) SPECIAL PROMOTIONS TERMS AND CONDITIONS: These special prices are not accumulative and to apply for it the booking must be done on the established period.

4-B) PROMOTIONS FOR GROUPS: In order to apply for this kind of promotions group of passengers must book the services at the same time. If there are cancellations in the group, the company can cancel the promotion and offer other options according to the expenses due to the changes of the booking.

4-C) DISCOUNT FOR OUR CLIENTS: If during an ascent the guide considers that certain conditions (bad weather, bad road conditions or impaired personal skills) make it unsafe to continue the journey and decides to cancel it, the passenger shall be entitled to receive a non-transferable voucher with a 15% discount on the cost of another ascent attempt. This discount voucher shall be valid for two successive summer seasons after the current season. In the event the passenger decides not to continue for any reason and at any point of the journey, said passenger shall not be entitled to receive a discount voucher.

4-D) BAD WEATHER INSURANCE: we work hard so that our clients have the greatest chance of success in the Aconcagua. However, if due to bad weather conditions in the mountain and no one of the expedition cannot reach the Summit of the Aconcagua during the normal days of the program; you will have the unique opportunity of joining one of our groups of schedule expedition within the next year by only 50% of the value of the program.
Anyways as we have many expedition dates in Mt. Aconcagua and all are guaranteed. You will have the advantage of joining another expedition group which is about to climb from the base camp, making use of this insurance. To access this option you must have paid the chosen program to its public list price, without any discount or promotion and no one of the expedition couldn’t reach the summit.


5-A) SERVICES INCLUDED: the Company binds itself to render during the trip those services that are included and detailed in the information furnished for each program

5-B) SERVICES NOT INCLUDED: the Company is not bound to pay for extras, beverages, telephone calls, laundry, tips, food during transportation, tickets for recreational centers, national parks or natural reserves, etc., or for any other service that has not been dully specified in the advertised program

5-C) UNUSED SERVICES: the price of the program is quoted as a package. Therefore, no refund or compensation shall be given for non-use of certain services such as hotel stays, transportation, permits or any other service that is included in the trip and has not been used by the passenger.

5-D) CHANGES MADE BY THE COMPANY PRIOR DEPARTURE: the Company may change itineraries, services, departure dates, etc. in order to provide a better service or because of acts of God or force major. Force major reasons include: strikes, earthquakes, civil war, quarantine, revolutions, fires, adverse meteorological conditions, epidemics, bad road conditions o road breakage (these reasons are just illustrative). The Company retains the right to cancel the trip due to force majored or because the minimum number of people required participating in the program has not been reached. The cancellation shall be informed in writing to the passenger, who may opt for:
a) Demanding the refund of the full price paid to the Company
b) Deciding on an alternative trip and pay an additional sum of money or get a refund, whatever the case may be, if there is any price difference

5-E) CHANGES MADE BY THE COMPANY DURING THE TRIP: the nature of this trip requires flexibility as regards changes. Daily itineraries and coordination details are considered as objectives to be achieved, not as contractual obligations. To participate in the Company’s adventure trips is essential that the passenger consents to this flexibility. Furthermore, the Company shall not be held responsible for delays or alterations in the program due to (not exclusively) baggage loss with the airline, bad weather conditions, any accidents suffered by mules, breakage of gear, flight cancellations, disease, wars, strikes, and any other act of God. Any expense deriving therefore shall be borne by the passenger (who may get a refund from the insurance policy said passenger has taken out)

5-F) GUIDES: RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS. Given the nature of the service hired by the passenger, both the objectives of the program and the decisions taken by the guide as program leader are final. If the guide considers that the passenger’s behavior, physical condition or any other reason emanating from said passenger may be dangerous to the safety, health or well-being of said passenger or of the whole group, the passenger will be asked to abandon the journey and shall not be entitled to any refund whatsoever. In the event it is necessary, the company is entitled to resort to law enforcement personnel. The passenger acknowledges the guide’s authority concerning decisions that encompass changes in the programs or expeditions.


6-A) DOCUMENTATION: it is the passenger’s responsibility to obtain the necessary visa to enter the country of destination. The company shall not to be held responsible if the authorities refuse to give an entry visa to the passenger due to reasons inherent to said passenger, or if admittance to a given country is refused due to the passenger’s failure to comply with the necessary requirements or due to defects on his/her passport. Any expense deriving therefore, or from any similar circumstance, shall be fully borne by the passenger. The conditions herein for voluntary cancellation of the service shall apply.

6-B) LUGGAGE: the luggage and personal effects shall be, at all times, the passenger’s responsibility. In the event of accident, loss or damage during the transfer of luggage in Company’s vehicles, carriers or mules, the Company shall be liable to pay up to a maximum of U$S 100.
The passenger must agree the packaging and transport rules made by mules and porters. This rules asked detailed on the vouchers.

6-C) HEALTH: the passenger must be in good health and physical condition. The passenger is responsible for having previous medical examinations. The Company does not assume responsibility in the event that said examinations are not fulfilled. The Company’s programs take place in remote areas with little or no possibility of having access to medical services or hospitals. Therefore, any health condition suffered by the passenger shall be specified in the reservation form. The guides of the Company are properly trained to act in the event of emergencies and they always carry a first aid kit with medicine. Nevertheless, it is the passenger’s responsibility to carry any medicine specifically prescribed to him/her
If the passenger suffers from a chronic or pre-existing condition, he must have a certificate from the family doctor stating that is suitable for activities of this nature. This certificate may be required by the authorities of the medical staff of the Park and its absence may involve the continuity or abandon of the trip
When completing the reservation form , it must be filled in character AFFIDAVIT, note that any omission – intentionally or accidentally from a previous medical condition that somehow hinder their participation in the expedition, leave canceled their right for any complaint or request for economic return and / or compensation in the event that any competent authority ( medical / rangers / guides in charge of the expedition may decide not to proceed with the issue and be forced to abandon it) on the occasion of inaccuracy of the content found or distortion of reality .
This information likewise will be used to get your permit to enter the Aconcagua Provincial Park

6-D) EQUIPMENT AND CLOTHING: it is the passenger’s responsibility to bring and wear adequate equipment and clothing. Said items are detailed in the information of the journey and will be checked by the Company’s guides on the first day of the trip. The staff of the Company is fully capable to advise the passenger on the necessary equipment. The Company, its guides, coordinators and any other party working for the Company shall not be held responsible for any accident or inconvenience associated to the equipment or clothing.

6-E) INSURANCE: travel insurance is not included in the price of the program. The Company, strongly recommends passengers to take out a travel insurance policy.

6-F) EXPENSES DERIVING FROM ABANDONMENT OF JOURNEY: the itinerary price is quoted on the basis of group services so as to provide more and better services at a low cost. Whenever the passenger abandons the group for any reason (personal reasons, sickness, among others), the services hired by the passenger thereafter are on a private basis. However, the passenger will be allowed to use hotel stays even outside the dates scheduled for the whole group. Some services will have an additional cost that shall to be borne by the passenger because they are not included in the price. In the event extra stays are needed, the Company recommends settling them at its offices.

6-G) COMPLAINTS: Neither the Company, nor service providers shall deem a complaint as formal unless said complaint is submitted in writing within 15 days after the end of the journey.

6-H) IMAGES OR PUBLICITY: during our expeditions some pictures and videos are taken or made. When the passenger books our services is accepting that our staff may take pictures or film throught the trip. These images by be used for publicity.


7-A) LIMITATION OF THE COMPANY´S OBLIGATIONS: the Company’s liabilities and obligations in connection with any event or failure shall be limited to and shall not exceed the price of the trip.

7-B) THE COMPANY ACTING AS AN “INTERMEDIARY: whenever the Company acts as an intermediary between the passenger and transportation companies, hotels, companies offering medical coverage, restaurants, etc., and in the event any of the aforementioned fails to comply with any of its obligations, the Company assumes the responsibility of taking the necessary steps (such as hiring new service providers, withholding payments to those who failed to meet their obligations, etc.) to insure the successful completion of the trip. The Company shall not be held responsible for services rendered by any third party

7-C) LAW, JURISDICTION AND COMPETENCY: these conditions and the annexes attached hereto shall be exclusively governed by the regulations in force. Any conflict shall be settled by the Ordinary Courts of the First Judicial District of Mendoza, and excludes any other court and/or jurisdiction, especially the Federal court
Should you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact us