Ski Chile and Argentina, on guided adventure skiing & snowboarding trips. Locations include resorts and backcountry throughout Chile, Argentina.
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Ski and Snowboard Chile
The High Cordillera - Valle Nevado, La Parva, El Colorado, Portillo, El Arpa
The Southern Volcanoes - Termas de Chillan
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Ski and Snowboard Argentina
The Frontier - Las Lenas
Bariloche - The Lake District of Patagonia
Tierra Del Fuego - Cerro Castor
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Snofari Expeditions, LLC
266 NE 43rd Street
Seattle, WA  98105
(206) 399-9329

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Outlined below, please find information on passport and visa requirements for Argentina and Chile. This information was obtained from the United States Department of State, Bureau of Consular Affairs, at

If you have additional questions, please contact us at or telephone (206) 399-9329.



ARGENTINA: Passport required. Visa not required for tourist stay up to 90 days. For information concerning longer stays, contact the Consular Section of the Argentine Embassy, 1718 Connecticut Ave., N.W., Washington, D.C. 20009 (202/238-6460) or the nearest Consulate: CA (213/954-9155), FL (305/373-7794), GA (404/880-0805, IL (312/819-2620), NY (212/603-0400) or TX (713/871-8935).


CHILE: Passport required. Visa not required for stay up to 90 days. Entry fee of $100 (U.S.) charged at airport. This is a One time fee good for the life of the passport.For further information, consult the Embassy of Chile, 1732 Mass. Ave., N.W., Washington, D.C. 20036 (202/785-1746 extensions 104 or 110) or nearest Consulate General: CA (310/785-0113 and 415/982-7662), FL (305/373-8623), IL (312/654-8780), PA (215/829-9520), NY (212/355-0612), TX (713/621-5853) or PR (787/725-6365).



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