Inclusions and Exclusions
What is included:
All activities include the services of a guide, insurance, technical equipment and meals; unless specified to the contrary.
Entrances to Private Property are included when it is necessary to pass through them or overnight there for a trek or an expedition
What is not included:
In no circumstances are the following included: transfers, taxes, snacks at stops during transfers, telephone calls, extra porters, tips, entrance to National Parks or Natural Reserves.
Anything that is not specified on the itinerary or programme is not included. This also means personal equipment (clothes, sleeping bag, rucksack, boots, etc. unless you hire it from us locally).
Photography during the tour
Walk Patagonia reserves the right to take photographs, film or record any part of any trek or expedition in order to use for promotional or educational purposes. On registering, clients accept that their photograph and/or voice may be used as mentioned above. If clients prefer that their image and/or voice are not used, please inform us before the activity takes place.
The stipulated prices include planning, organizational and operational costs based on current prices. In case of an extraordinary increase, the prices are subject to change.
Limits of Responsibility and Insurance
Walk Patagonia is a completely authorised Tourist Operator. The services offered are operated by professional guides, tour leaders and trek assistants who are all qualified and have ample experience in the outdoors.
Walk Patagonia declines all responsibility on delays, early arrivals or cancellations of airline or bus companies due to these not being services that we provide.
Walk Patagonia will not be responsible for the personal belongings or luggage of the client. We recommend that the client takes out an insurance policy to cover him/herself for the aforementioned risk.
Walk Patagonia recommends taking out a life, personal accident and travel insurance including complete medical cover.
If the groups don’t arrive at the minimum number for the trek to take place, the clients already registered will not have the right to more than 100% of the amount paid.
Declaring Risk acceptance is part of Walk Patagonia’s reservation method. Through this declaration, Walk Patagonia is sure to have informed all clients about the risks of all mountain activities and the clients accept they are aware of them. This declaration is not a disclaimer for Walk Patagonia, as we understand that this responsibility is what justifies and supports the contracting of our services. More information
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Accepting the General Conditions:
The client declares to understand and agree to the general conditions of the contract and this acceptance is confirmed by one of the following ways:
1. The payment of the services contracted before the journey, using any method.
2. Through the use of any portion of the services contracted.