PARAGWAJ-BRAZYLIA-ARGENTYNA-URUGWAJ-CHILE-WYSPY WIELKANOCNE – 17 DNI

1 – 17 sierpnia 2020

 

Zapraszamy na niezwykłą i fascynującą wprawę do Ameryki Południowej, a że tak jest wystarczy zapoznać się z programem.  Zwiedzimy największe atrakcje aż w pięciu krajach Ameryki Południowej oraz Wyspach Wielkanocnych. W większości te miejsca są umieszczone na światowej liście UNESCO.

Mamy jeszcze kilka miejsc.

Cena $5600 dla osób.

W cenie wliczone są wszystkie przeloty (6 przelotów), trzy posiłki dziennie, wszystkie bilety wstępu, 4 gwiazdkowe hotele oraz dwa noclegi w hotelu 3 gwiazdkowym na Wyspach Wielkanocnych.

Prosimy jak najszybciej przesłać mailem rkoper2@gmail.com  , pocztą lub dostarczyć osobiście pod adres: Rev. Ryszard Koper 101-41 91st Street, Ozone Park, NY 11416

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  3. Zaliczkę w wysokości $ 2000. Czeki wypisujemy na: K&M International Travel Inc,
  4. Pozostałą sumę trzeba wpłacić do 20 lutego 2020r.

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Więcej informacji można otrzymać, pisząc pod adres: podroznik.ny@gmail.com  lub dzwoniąc pod numer tel. 347 8763738 /ks. Ryszard /  347 683 2630 /pani Małgosia/.

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1 – 17 sierpnia 2020

 

Zapraszamy na niezwykłą i fascynującą wprawę do Ameryki Południowej, a że tak jest wystarczy zapoznać się z programem.  Zwiedzimy największe atrakcje aż w pięciu krajach Ameryki Południowej oraz Wyspach Wielkanocnych. W większości te miejsca są umieszczone na światowej liście UNESCO.

Mamy jeszcze kilka miejsc.

Cena $5600 dla osób.

W cenie wliczone są wszystkie przeloty (6 przelotów), trzy posiłki dziennie, wszystkie bilety wstępu, 4 gwiazdkowe hotele oraz dwa noclegi w hotelu 3 gwiazdkowym na Wyspach Wielkanocnych.

Prosimy jak najszybciej przesłać mailem rkoper2@gmail.com  , pocztą lub dostarczyć osobiście pod adres: Rev. Ryszard Koper 101-41 91st Street, Ozone Park, NY 11416

  1. Wypełniony formularz zgłoszeniowy
  2. Kopię paszportu (strona z fotografią – paszport powinien być ważny 6 miesięcy od wyjazdu z docelowego kraju)
  3. Zaliczkę w wysokości $ 2000. Czeki wypisujemy na: K&M International Travel Inc,
  4. Pozostałą sumę trzeba wpłacić do 20 lutego 2020r.

W formularzu zgłoszeniowym proszę zaznaczyć z kim chcę zamieszkać w pokoju.

Więcej informacji można otrzymać, pisząc pod adres: podroznik.ny@gmail.com  lub dzwoniąc pod numer tel. 347 8763738 /ks. Ryszard /  347 683 2630 /pani Małgosia/.

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PARAGWAJ-BRAZYLIA-ARGENTYNA-URUGWAJ-CHILE-WYSPY WIELKANOCNE – 17 DNI

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PARAGWAJ-BRAZYLIA-ARGENTYNA-URUGWAJ-CHILE-WYSPY WIELKANOCNE

Dzień 1-2 (1-2 VIII) Przylot do Asuncion – Paragwaj (L / D). Odlot z JFK 1 VIII o godz. 19:00

Powitanie na lotnisku w Asuncion. Asuncion jest jednym z najstarszych miast w Ameryce Południowej i najdłużej, ciągle zamieszkałym obszarem dorzecza Rio de la Plata, z tego powodu jest znane jako „Matka miast”. Po przyjeździe zwiedzamy miasto Areguá, znane z kolonialnej architektury i brukowanych uliczek. Następnie będziemy zwiedzać jedną z najstarszych stolic Ameryki Południowej. Miasto nadal ma wyraźny charakter kolonialny z kolorowymi patio i dachami z czerwonej dachówki. Ze wschodniego brzegu rzeki miasto rozciąga się na łagodnym wzgórzu i wygląda jak duże prostokątne bloki z widokiem na zatokę. Piękne kwitnące drzewa, rodzima fauna i bujne ogrody rozrzucone są po całym mieście. Zaczynamy od odwiedzin budynku Casa de Independencia zbudowanego w roku 1772 r. Odbywały się tu tajne spotkania, które doprowadzimy do uzyskania niepodległości kraju w roku 1811. Następnie zwiedzimy muzeum Barro, gdzie mieści się światowej klasy kolekcja miejscowej sztuki ludowej. Zwiedzając Pałac Rządowy i Panteon Bohaterów Narodowych, poznamy niezwykle burzliwą historią tego kraju. Nawiedzimy również Katedrę Matki Bożej z Asuncion i Teatr Narodowy.

Dzień 3 (3 VIII) Asuncion – Misje jezuickie – Argentyna (B / L / D)

Dzisiaj zwiedzimy kilka jezuickich misji (znanych jako Redukcje paragwajskie) w Paraná i Itapúa w Paragwaju, w tym ruiny La Santísima Trinidad. Są one na światowej liście dziedzictwa UNESCO. Spacer po nastrojowych ruinach z czerwonej cegły na wzgórzu ukaże nam jak potężne były te XVII i XVIII-wieczne kolonie i jak wielką były przeszkodą w kolonizowaniu tej ziemi przez Hiszpanów, z tego też powodu zostały przez Hiszpanów zlikwidowane. Ruiny jezuickie w Trynidadzie, najlepiej zachowane w kraju, świadczą jak dobrze jezuici zorganizowali życie miejscowych Indian. Odwiedzamy także misję Jesús de Tavarangue, zbudowaną w 1609 r. przez jezuitów dla Indian z plemienia Guarani, społeczności, która funkcjonowała 150 lat. Ruiny zachowały imponujące cegły, barokowe detale i doskonałe proporcje, które świadczą o dawnej świetności architektonicznej tych misji. Następnie udamy się na noc do Argentyny.

Dzień 4 (4 VIII) San Ignacio Mini – Kopalnia Wanda – Foz do Iguazu (B / L / D)

Dziś odwiedzimy San Ignacio Miní, jedną z wielu misji założonych w 1610 r. W 1984 roku była to jedna z czterech redukcji w Argentynie, która została wpisana przez na listę światowego dziedzictwa UNESCO. Następnie odwiedzamy kopalnię Wanda. Miejscowość Wanda zamieszkała była przez polskich osadników. Dzisiaj możemy spotkać ich potomków. W 300-metrowych bardzo urokliwych tunelach kopalni znajdziemy kamienie półszlachetne, takie jak agat, ametyst, topaz, jaspis i różne rodzaje kwarcu, których piękno będziemy mogli dostrzec w warsztatach i salach wystawowych. Oprócz obszaru kopalni zobaczymy także inne obiekty rolnicze i leśne. Po zwiedzaniu przejdziemy do sklepu, w którym sprzedawane są ozdoby i biżuteria z kamieniami wydobywanych w lokalnych kopalniach. Później udamy się do jednego z najpiękniejszych cudów przyrody, wpisanego w 1986 roku na Listę Światowego Dziedzictwa UNESCO Foz de Iguazu National Park. Zwiedzać będziemy wodospady od strony Argentyńskiej. Doświadczymy niesamowitej potęgi natury, zatykającego dech piękna. Oszałamiające i spektakularne piękno „Diabelskiego Gardła” wprawia w osłupienie, to jedno z najbardziej imponujących cudów natury. Szaleństwo dla zmysłów i… fotografów.

Dzień 5 (5 VIII) Foz do Iguazu Brazylia – Przelot samolotem – Sao Paulo (B / L / D)

Dziś przekraczamy granicę z Brazylią. Po drodze sycimy jeszcze oczy niezapomnianymi panoramicznymi widokami wodospadu. A później spacerujemy krętymi ścieżkami po brazylijskiej stronie w cieniu majestatycznych i inspirujących wodospadów, jednego z największych cudów przyrody na świecie. Iguazuu składa się z ponad 275 oddzielnych wodospadów na przestrzeni dwóch i pół mili. Wodospady są szersze niż Wodospady Wiktorii i wyższe niż Wodospad Niagara, a dramaturgia tego wodospadu przewyższa dwa ostanie razem wzięte. Owiani tym niesamowitym cudem natury udamy się samolotem do tętniącego życiem centrum finansowego Brazylii, Sao Paulo.

Dzień 6 (6 VIII) Sao Paulo – Aparecida (B / L / D)

Dzisiaj zwiedzamy Sao Paulo, jedno z najbardziej fascynujących obszarów metropolitalnych Brazylii. Odwiedzimy dzielnice Pacaembu, Paulista i Ibirapuera. W centrum Sao Paulo zobaczymy Pátio do Colégio, Teatr Miejski i dolinę Anhangabaú. Następnie udamy się do Aparecidy, odwiedzanej co roku przez miliony pielgrzymów, miasto słynie z bazyliki Nossa Senhora Aparecida, która uważana jest za drugi co do wielkości kościół katolicki na świecie, po bazylice św. Piotra w Watykanie. Przejdziemy 550-metrowym mostem łączącym Bazylikę Velha, zbudowaną w 1888 r. z nową Bazyliką.

Dzień 7 (7 VIII) Aparecida – Rio de Janeiro (B / L / D)

Dzisiaj obudzi nas niesamowite Rio. Dzień rozpoczniemy wyjazdem malowniczą kolejką zębatą na szczyt wzgórza Corcovado. Tutaj, na wysokości 2400 stóp nad miastem, stoi wysoki na 125 stóp posąg Chrystusa Odkupiciela. Statua Chrystusa jest zaliczana do siedmiu „Nowych Cudów Świata”. Na szczycie delektować się będziemy ekscytującym widokiem miasta i wtedy zrozumiemy, dlaczego Rio jest uznawane za jedno z najpiękniejszych miast świata. W drodze powrotnej będziemy podziwiać słynne plaże w Rio, w tym Copacabana i Ipanema, Na noc zatrzymamy się w luksusowym hotelu Copacabana (dwie minuty od plaży Copacabana).

Dzień 8 (8 VIII) Rio de Janeiro (B / L / D)

Dziś wyjedziemy na Sugar Loaf Mountain. Przejeżdżając przez centrum miasta będziemy podziwiać liczne atrakcje, takie jak Katedra Metropolitalna Świętego Sebastiana, Teatr Miejski i Sambadrome. Po przybyciu do Praia Vermelha rozpoczniemy pierwszy etap podróży na górę Sugar Loaf Mountain. Kolejką linową wyjedziemy na szczyt Urca Hill. Podczas tej 3-minutowej jazdy będziemy podziwiać wspaniałą panoramę miasta. W Urca przesiądziemy się do drugiej kolejki linowej, którą dotrzemy po 6 minutach na szczyt góry Sugar Loaf Mountain. Ze szczytu rozciąga się niesamowity widok. Widzimy miasto most, zatokę, majestatyczne pasmo górskie i Niteroi, miasto po drugiej stronie zatoki. Podczas ostatniej nocy spędzonej w Rio w wolnym czasie możemy delektować się potrawami brazylijskimi w bajecznych restauracjach i kawiarniach otaczających plażę Copacabana. Dla chętnych, za dodatkową opłatę pokaz samby.

Dzień 9 (9 VIII Rio de Janeiro – przelot do Buenos Aires (B / X / D)

Z rana przejazd na lotnisko i przelot do kosmopolitycznego miasta Buenos Aires. Nazywanym ze względu na europejski charakter Paryżem Ameryki Południowej. Po przylocie zobaczymy niezwykłe atrakcje tego miasta takie jak Plaza de Mayo, Katedra Metropolitalna i Casa Rosada, balkon, na którym przemawiali Eva i Juan Peron. Następnie udamy się do kolorowej dzielnicy La Boca, dzielnicy robotniczej i starych dzielnic San Telmo i Caminito, mieszanki domów w stylu kolonialnym, wąskich uliczek, loftów, artystów i bardzo modnych kawiarni. Przejazd na cmentarz Recoleta, miejsce spoczynku wielu najbogatszych i najważniejszych argentyńskich postaci historycznych. Grobowce są ozdobionymi dziełami lokalnych i międzynarodowych rzeźbiarzy. Jest tam ponad 6400 mauzoleów, w tym grób Evy „Evity” Peron, zawsze pełen kwiatów i listów od jej wielbicieli.

Dzień 10 (10 VIII) Buenos Aires (B / L / D)

Dzisiaj odwiedzimy tradycyjną Estancia. Estancia jest odpowiednikiem dużej wiejskiej posiadłości podobnej do rancza w Stanach Zjednoczonych. Niektóre budynki są zadaszone słomą. Znajduje się w nich jadalnia i tradycyjny sklep wielobranżowy. Sklep powszechny zwany pulperią był miejscem spotkań towarzyskich gaucho po zachodzie słońca. Na lunch skosztujemy potraw z typowego argentyńskiego grilla. Towarzyszyć nam będzie pokaz folklorystyczny z muzyką na żywo, tańcem i pokazem tanga, a następnie cuadreras i wyścigi pierścieniowe, podczas których gauchos pokazują swoje umiejętności jeździecke. Dla chętnych udział w tradycyjnych zajęciach przy koniach na ranczo. Dzień zakończymy argentyńską kolacją i pokazem tanga.

Dzień 11 (11 VIII) Buenos Aires – Colonia del Sacramento – Montevideo (B / L / D)

Promem i autobusem pojedziemy do Colonia del Sacramento. Po przyjeździe, zwiedzanie historycznego starego miasta Colonia de Sacramento, wpisanego na listę zabytków UNESCO: Bazylika, Kaplica San Benito de Palermo, Ulica Westchnień itp. Następnie udamy się do stolicy Urugwaju Montevideo .

Dzień 12 (12 VIII) Montevideo – przelot do Santiago de Chile (B / X / D)

Po śniadaniu zwiedzimy najciekawsze miejsca tego pięknego kolonialnego miasta, zaczynając od Cerro de Montevideo, a kończąc na Placu Niepodległości, gdzie stoi katedra poświęcona N.M.P. Następnie lecimy do Santiago, ruchliwej stolicy Chile. Po przylocie mamy wolny czas, który możemy wykorzystać na indywidualne zwiedzanie miasta lub odpoczynek.

Dzień 13 (13 VIII) Santiago de Chile (B / L / D)

Zwiedzanie miasta zaczniemy od kolonialnych dzielnic, które kontrastują z nowoczesnym centrum finansowym, znanym jako Sanhattan. Podziwiać będziemy piękne rezydencje w dzielnicy uniwersyteckiej Barrio. W historycznym centrum odwiedzimy tętniący życiem plac Plaza de Armas z fontannami, rzeźbami i ciekawymi ludźmi. Przejedziemy zielonym Parque Forestal z niezwyklym muzeum sztuk pięknych. Przez dzielnicę artystów Bellavista pojedziemy na punkt widokowy na wzgórzu San Cristóbal, aby podziwiać wspaniały panoramiczny widok miasta z Andami w tle.

Dzień 14 (14 VIII) Santiago – Przelot na Wyspę Wielkanocną (B / X / D)

Wyspa Wielkanocna jest najbardziej samotną wyspą na ziemi. Jest położona na wschodnim Oceanie Spokojnym, została nazwana przez Aborygenów Rapa Nui „pępkiem świata”. Rapa Nui, nazwa wyspy w lokalnym dialekcie polinezyjskim, oznacza miasto rodzinne Moais (słynne posagi). Cały lot trwa około pięciu godzin. Po wylądowaniu zostaniemy przywitani kwiatami przez tubylców. Następnie przejedziemy do kamieniołomu – wulkanu Puna Pao, gdzie znajduje się czerwony kamień wulkaniczny, z którego wykonane są Moais, słynne posagi. Następnie udamy się do Ahu Akivi, które słynie z siedmiu Moais, oraz do jaskini Te Pahu, która niegdyś służyła jako schronienie dla mieszkańców w czasie walk.

Dzień 15 (15 VIII) Hanga Roa – Rano Raraku (B / L / D)

Po śniadaniu wyruszymy z wioski Hanga Roa, aby zobaczyć różne Moais (kamienne posągi) na wschodnim wybrzeżu: Vaihu, Akahanga, Tongariki, Te Pito Kura, Nau Nau itp. Następnie odwiedzimy kamieniołom wulkanu Rano Raraku, gdzie jest kamień, z którego wykonywano Moais. Tam można zobaczyć setki gotowych lub niedokończonych wielkich Moais rozrzuconych po zboczach kamieniołomu. Następnie odwiedzimy najpiękniejszą plażę z białym piaskiem Anakena.

Dzień 16-17 (16 -17 VIII) Wyspa Wielkanocna- Nowy Jork (B). Przylot na JFK 17 VIII o godz. 7:00 rano.

Dzisiaj kończy się niesamowita wyprawa do Ameryki Południowej. Pełni wrażeń wracamy do domu.

PARAGWAJ-BRAZYLIA-ARGENTYNA-URUGWAJ-CHILE-WYSPY WIELKANOCNE – 17 DNI

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Paraguay- Brazil -Argentina- Uruguay- Chile -Easter Islands 17 Days

Day 1-2 AUG 1-2 Arrive Asuncion Paraguay (L/D) Departure JFK Aug 1, 7:00 pm

Welcome to the airport of Asuncion. Asuncion is one of the oldest cities in South America and the longest continually inhabited area in the Rio de la Plata Basin; for this reason that it is known as „Mother of Cities.” Upon arrive, we hiking Areguá, it is known for its colonial architecture and historic cobblestone streets. Then we explore one of South America’s oldest capitals. The city still displays a definite colonial aspect with colorful patios and red tiled
roofs. From the river’s east bank, the city spans out into gentle hills that look like large rectangular blocks overlooking the bay; beautiful flowering trees, native fauna, and lush gardens are spread throughout the city. We start with a look inside the Casa de Independencia. Built in 1772, the building housed the secret meetings that led to the 1811 declaration of independence from Spain. Our tour will take in the Barro Museum; this creative oasis houses a world class collection of indigenous folk art. We stop at the Government Palace before visiting the Pantheon of National Heroes, pausing to reflect on the extremely turbulent history of this country. We will also stop at the Cathedral of Our Lady of Asuncion and the Teatro Municipal.

Day 3 AUG 3 Asuncion – Jesuit missions –Argentina (B/L/D)

Today we will go to explore several of the Jesuit Missions in the Paraná and Itapúa areas of Paraguay, including the ruins of La Santísima Trinidad. Rarely does one find a UNESCO World Heritage Site with so few visitors, but that’s only part of the attraction. A walk around the atmospheric red-brick hilltop ruins allows you to absorb a sense of what once made these 17th and 18th century colonies so powerful that the Spanish crown had them abolished. The Jesuit ruins of Trinidad, the best-preserved in the country, are testament to an earlier age when the Jesuits commanded considerable power in these parts.We also visit the Mission of Jesús de Tavarangue, built in 1609 and part of the Jesuit and Guarani communities for 150 years. The ruins feature impressive brickwork, baroque details, and extensive proportions that hint at the former architectural glory of these missions. Later today we cross into Argentina for our overnight.

Day 4 AUG 4 San Ignacio Mini – Wanda mines – Foz do Iguazu (B/L/D)

Today we will visit San Ignacio Miní was one of the many missions founded in 1610 but wasn’t executed until 1632, in Argentina, by the Jesuits in what the colonial Spaniards called the Province of Paraguay of the Americas during the Spanish colonial period. In 1984 it was one of four reducciones in Argentina to be designated by UNESCO as World Heritage Sites. Then we go to visit Wanda Mines, it hides truegems. With 300-meter tunnels, we find semi-precious stones such as agate, amethyst, topaz, jasper and different types of quartz, which can be appreciated in addition to the different mining, workshops and exhibition halls. In addition to the mine area, you will find other agricultural and forestry developments. After the exploration, we continue to the store, where pieces of decoration and jewelry are sold with the stones extracted from the local mines. After later, we go to visit Today transfer to one of the most beautiful natural wonders, entered in 1986 on the UNESCO World Heritage List Foz de Iguazu National Park and visiting the waterfalls from the Argentina side. You will walk to the Lower Circuit where the power of nature surrounds you. Continue along the catwalks to Devil’s Gorge stand in amazement as you gaze at spectacular „Devil’s Throat” the most magnificent of all of the cataracts. View, photograph and feel the spray of the thundering waters, one of nature’s most impressive achievements and a unique experience for your senses.

Day 5 AUG 5 Foz do Iguazu Brazil – Sao Paulo (B/L/D) By Air

Today we are crossing the border with Brazil. Stand in awe at the unforgettable panoramic views before crossing the border to Iguazu, the Brazilian side of the Falls. Stand in awe at the unforgettable panoramic views before crossing the border to Iguazu, the Brazilian side of the Falls. Walk along the winding pathways on the Brazilian side of the majestic and awe-inspiring Falls, one of the world’s greatest natural wonders. Iguassu consists of over 275
separate cataracts across a span of two and one-half miles, wider than Victoria Falls and higher than Niagara Falls and more dramatic than both. After later, Flight to Brazil’s vibrant financial center Sao Paulo.

Day 6 AUG 6 Sao Paulo – Aparecida (B/L/D)

Explore one of Brazil’s most fascinating metropolitan areas on this City Tour Meet Sao Paulo. We will visit sites in the Pacaembu, Paulista and Ibirapuera neighborhoods. Walk through
downtown Sao Paulo to see the Pátio do Colégio, the Municipal Theater and the Anhangabaú Valley. Then we go to The Aparecida, Visited by millions of pilgrims every year, the city is famous for the Basilica Nossa Senhora Aparecida, which is thought to be the second largest Catholic Church in the world, after St. Peter’s Basilica at the Vatican.You’ll be taken to Passarela da Fe, a 550-yard-long passageway connecting Velha Basilica, a church built in 1888, to Nova Basilica, a church inaugurated by Pope John Paul II in 1980.

Day 7 AUG 7 Aparecida – Rio de Janeiro (B/L/D)

Today we go to awake amazing Rio. Begin the day with an ascent by a scenic cog railway to the summit of Corcovado Hill. Here, at 2,400 feet above the city stands the 125 foot tall statue of Christ the Redeemer. The Christ statue, that embraces the entire city, is designated as one of the seven „New Wonders of the World”. See the thrilling 360 degree sweeping view of the city and understand why Rio is known as one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Afterwards, continue along Rio’s famous beaches, including Copacabana and Ipanema before returning to your hotel. Tonight, we stay Copacabana luxury hotel.

Day 8 AUG 8 Rio de Janeiro (B/L/D)

Today we visit Sugar Loaf Mountain. While passing through the downtown, admire the myriad of city landmarks such as the Metropolitan Cathedral of Saint Sebastian, the Municipal Theatre, and the Sambadrome. Upon arriving at Praia Vermelha, begin the first leg of your journey up Sugar Loaf Mountain. Hop in a cable car and ascend from street level to the top of Urca Hill. Over the course of that 3 minute ride, a superb panorama unfolds right before your eyes. At Urca, enter a second cable car for the ride to the summit. After a 6 minute ride, you will be welcomed to the top by an unsurpassed view. From this location, the entire area is within your grasp, including Rio, the bridge, the bay, the age-old majestic mountain range, and Niteroi, a city on the other side of the bay. On your last night in Rio at leisure, be sure to sample the cuisine at some of the fabulous restaurants and cafes ringing the beachfront. Samba show (optional).

Day 9 AUG 9 Rio de Janeiro – Buenos Aires (B/X/D) By Air

Today transfer to the airport for your flight to the cosmopolitan city of Buenos Aires. Called “Paris of South America” and its distinct European flavor. Upon arrive, Discover the city’s highlights this morning on a tour that includes the Plaza de Mayo, Metropolitan Cathedral and Casa Rosada, see the balcony where Eva and Juan Peron made their speeches. Then go to the colorful La Boca neighborhood, a working class barrio, and the old quarters of San Telmo and Caminito, a mix of colonial style homes, narrow lanes, artists’ lofts and very trendy cafes. Drive to the Recoleta Cemetery, final resting place of many of the wealthiest and most important Argentine historical figures. The grounds here cover more than four city blocks, filled with tombs adorned by works of local and international sculptors, and more than 6,400 mausoleums including the tomb of Eva „Evita” Peron, always heaped with flowers and letters from adoring fans.


Day 10 AUG10 Buenos Aires (B/L/D)

Today we go to visit a traditional Estancia. An Estancia is the equivaloent to a large rural estate similar to a ranch in the United States. Most have a main house and some straw-roofed constructions in which the dining-room and a traditional general store are located. The general store commonly called the pulperia was a social gathering point for gauchos at sunset. Later, you can taste a typical Argentine barbecue in the dining-room. As lunch you will enjoy
a folklore show with live music, dancing and a tango demonstration, followed by cuadreras and ring races where gauchos show their skills as riders. For those willing to participate in the traditional activities there are horses and to go around the ranch. Enjoy Argentine Dinner and Tango Show tonight.

Day 11 AUG11 Buenos Aires – Colonia del Sacramento – Montevideo (B/L/D)

By ferry+Bus Today we take ferry ride to Colonia del Sacramento.  Upon arrive, Visiting the historic old town of Colonia de Sacramento, entered in the list of Unesco monuments: the Basilica, the Chapel of San Benito de Palermo, the Street of Sighs, etc. After later, we go to the capital of Uruguay Montevideo.

Day 12 AUG12 Montevideo – Santiago de Chile (B/X/D)

By Air After breakfast, we will visit the most interesting places of this beautiful colonial city, starting with the Cerro de Montevideo, and ending at Independence Square, where the Cathedral dedicated to N.M.P. After later, we flight to Santiago, the energetic capital of Chile. The remainder of the day is free for independent pursuits in this city that blends the old with the new.

Day 13 AUG13 Santiago de Chile (B/L/D)

Today city tour takes you through the colonial neighborhoods of the city that contrast with the
modern financial center, known as Sanhattan. Pass by beautiful residences that are part of the Barrio University Area In the historical center visit the lively Plaza de Armas, with its fountains, sculpture and intriguing people-watching opportunities. The tour continues with a drive along the green Parque Forestal with its stunning Fine Arts museum. Continue crossing the bohemian neighborhood of Bellavista and climb up San Cristóbal Hill to a viewpoint, for a magnificent panoramic view of the city with its backdrop of the towering Andes Mountains.


Day 14 AUG14 Santiago – Easter Island (B/X/D) By Air

Take a flight from Santiago to the Easter Island, the most solitary island on the earth. Easter Island, located in the eastern Pacific Ocean, is named as ”Rapa Nui” or the “navel of the world” by the aborigines of the island. Rapa Nui, the name for the island in the local Polynesian dialect, means the hometown of the Moais. The whole flight lasts for about five hours. After landing, tourists will be welcomed by the flowers from the zealous local inhabitants. Then departure to visit Puna Pao volcano quarry where provides the red volcanic stone to make Moais and go to the Ahu Akivi, which is famous for its seven Moais, and to the Te Pahu Cave once used as a shelter for the inhabitants during the war time.

D 15 AUG15 Hanga Roa – Rano Raraku (B/L/D)

After breakfast, tourists start from the Hanga Roa Village where the inhabitants live to visit various Moais on the east coast: Vaihu, Akahanga, Tongariki, Te Pito Kura, Nau Nau etc. Then, visit the Rano Raraku volcano quarry, a place to offer the volcano stone to make the Moais. There, you can see hundreds of finished or unfinished huge Moais, scattering on the slopes in the quarry. After that, visit the most beautiful white sand beach Anakena.

Day 16-17 AUG16 -17 Easter Island-Hometwon (B). Arrival JFK – Aug 17  7:00 am

Today you’ll board a flight to return home. Your amazing South America trip ends.

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W cenie

Included:

All the international and domestic air tickets with taxes. NYC~ASU, IGU~GRU, GIG~EZE, MVD~SCL, SCL~IPC, IPC~NYC

Included 14 nights’ luxury hotels. Preferred accommodations subject to change to similar class Accommodations. Double occupancy.

Admission to sightseeing spots listed in the day-to-day itinerary.

Qualified English-speaking guides throughout the tour.

Hotel breakfasts , lunches, Dinner, including special meal listed

All airport transfers, from arrival date to departure date.

All transportation between cities

Air conditioning coach services in each city. All coaches are within 3 years old, all drivers

have at least

5 years driving experiences.

Quality Control Managers work 24/7.

Excluded:
Tip $10 per day per person
Paraguay Visa fee $160 – Posiadacze polskich paszportów nie potrzebują wizy

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Dodatkowe ubezpieczenie

Dodatkowo ubezpieczenie związane ze zwrotem pieniędzy za nie wykorzystany wyjazd można wykupić prywatnie. Oto kilka propozycji, oczywiście są one zróżnicowane w cenach: 

1. Polisa w której nie trzeba poddawać przyczyny rezygnacji bez uwarunkowań czasowych

2. Polisa w której trzeba podać przyczynę i musi to być powód zdrowotny musi być wykupiona do 21 dni od wpłaty zaliczki

3. Polisa w której trzeba podać przyczynę i może to być wypadek, nagle zachorowanie, zagubiony paszport i inne wypadki losowe musza być wykupione nie później niż 30 dni przed wylotem.

Ubezpieczenie w agencji- kliknąć na ten napis 

Turysta Travel Agency / 616 Manhattan Ave Brooklyn, NY 11222 / Greenpoint. Tel. 718 383-4010 turysta@poltur.net .  lub inna agencja

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Warunki rezygnacji

Warunki rezygnacji

Konsekwencje rezygnacji z wyjazdu:

Cancellation for customers:

All cancellations must be done in writing. Verbal cancellation by phone will not be accepted. Written notice of cancellation must be received by K&M International Travel Inc either by email. The following cancellation fees for published tour programs will be imposed on a per-person basis according to the date of receipt and acknowledgment for such cancellation:

a) 120 more days prior to departure date $300 per person

b) 120-91 days prior to departure date 25% of tour fare

c) 90-61 days prior to departure date 50% of tour fare

d) 60-46 days prior to departure date 75% of tour fare

e) 45 days or less prior to departure date 100% of tour fare

Rezygnacja z wyjazdu:

Wszystkie odwołania muszą być sporządzone na piśmie. Ustne anulowanie przez telefon nie będzie akceptowane. Pisemne powiadomienie o rezygnacji musi zostać odebrane przez K & M International Travel Inc.  pocztą elektroniczną. Następujące opłaty za anulowanie w przypadku opublikowanych programów wycieczek będą nałożone na osobę na podstawie daty otrzymania i potwierdzenia takiego anulowania:

a) 120 dni i więcej przed datą wyjazdu 300 USD za osobę

b) 120-91 dni przed datą wyjazdu 25% ceny wyjazdu

c) 90-61 dni przed datą wyjazdu 50% ceny wyjazdu

d) 60-46 dni przed datą wyjazdu 75% ceny wyjazdue) 45 dni lub krócej przed datą wyjazdu 100% ceny wyjazdu.

To są regulacje agencji K&M International Travel Inc. Jeśli znajdziemy kogoś na miejsce osoby rezygnującej, to wtedy możemy otrzymać 100% zwrotu lub potrącamy sumę za zmianę biletu lotniczego.

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Ubezpieczenie

Agencja organizująca nasz pobyt w Ameryce Południowe ubezpiecza nas w tej firmie

Worldwide Trip Protector Lite

Note: Your state may have a specific endorsement. Please refer to the end of the document. For residents of FL, KS, MO, VA, and WA, this is not your Plan Document.

The insurance benefits are underwritten by the United States Fire Insurance Company. Fairmont Specialty and Crum & Forster are registered trademarks of United States Fire Insurance Company. The Crum & Forster group of companies is rated A (Excellent) by AM Best Company 2015. Not all coverage is available in all jurisdictions.

***Travel Assistance non-insurance services are provided by an independent organization and not by United States Fire Insurance Company or Travel Insured International.

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YOUR TRAVEL PROTECTION PLAN

Thank you for purchasing a travel protection plan from us!

Please review the following documents carefully, they include:

  •   Your plan, which explains how your travel protection plan works.
  •   A letter of confirmation that came with your package of documents, this tellsyou what coverage you have and the limits. Review this document carefullyas it may describe coverage your plan doesn’t include.
  •   Any other information you receive with your package which may include riders orother forms.Contact us immediately if you think there is a mistake on your letter of confirmation at 1-800-243-3174. Have your policy # that is on your letter of confirmation available so we can best serve you!

CLAIMS PROCEDURES

To facilitate prompt claims settlement:
TRIP CANCELLATION/TRIP INTERRUPTION:
IMMEDIATELY Call Your Travel Supplier and Travel Insured International to report Your cancellation and avoid non-Covered Expenses due to late reporting. Travel Insured International will then advise You on how to obtain the appropriate form to be completed by You and the attending Physician. If You are prevented from taking Your Covered Trip due to Sickness or Injury, You should obtain medical care immediately. We require a certification by the treating Physician at the time of Sickness or Injury that medically imposed restrictions prevented Your participation in the Covered Trip. Provide all unused transportation tickets, official receipts, etc.
TRAVEL DELAY: Obtain any specific dated documentation, which provides proof of the reason for delay (airline or Cruise line forms, medical statements, etc).
Submit this documentation along with Your Trip itinerary and all receipts from additional expenses incurred.
MEDICAL EXPENSES: Obtain receipts from the providers of service, etc., stating the amount paid and listing the diagnosis and treatment. Submit this documentation along with Your Covered Trip itinerary and all receipts from additional expenses incurred.
BAGGAGE: Obtain a statement from the Common Carrier that Your Baggage was delayed or a police report showing Your Baggage was stolen along with copies of receipts for Your purchases.

Administered by

For questions or to report a claim, contact: Travel Insured International
855 Winding Brook Drive
P.O. Box 6503
Glastonbury, CT 06033 800-243-3174

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

WORLDWIDE NON-INSURANCE ASSISTANCE SERVICES

TRAVEL INSURANCE POLICY SCHEDULE OF BENEFITS SECTION I …………………………… SECTION II …………………………… SECTION III ………………………….. SECTION IV ………………………… SECTION V ………………………… SECTION VI ………………………….

STATE ENDORSEMENTS GRIEVANCE PROCEDURES PRIVACY POLICY AND PRACTICES

EFFECTIVE DATE AND TERMINATION DATE COVERAGES
DEFINITIONS
GENERAL EXCLUSIONS AND LIMITATIONS PAYMENT OF CLAIMS

GENERAL PROVISIONS

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WORLDWIDE NON-INSURANCE ASSISTANCE SERVICES

The Travel Assistance feature provides a variety of travel related services.
Services offered include:
• Medical or Legal Referral • Inoculation Information • Hospital Admission Guarantee
• Translation Service • Lost Baggage Retrieval • Passport/Visa Information • Emergency Cash Advance • Bail Bond • Prescription Drug/Eyeglass Replacement • ID Theft Resolution Service

24/7 Worldwide Non-Insurance Assistance Services
Travel Assistance, Medical Emergency and ID Theft Resolution Service FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE DURING YOUR TRIP CALL: 800-494-9907
(From US/Canada)
OR CALL COLLECT:
603-328-1707
(From all other locations)

Travel assistance non-insurance services are provided by an independent organization and not by United States Fire Insurance Company or Travel Insured International. There may be times when circumstances beyond the Assistance Company’s control hinder their endeavors to provide travel assistance services. They will, however, make all reasonable efforts to provide travel assistance services and help You resolve Your emergency situation.

AVAILABILITY OF SERVICES

You are eligible for information and concierge services at any time after You purchase this plan. The Emergency Assistance Services become available when You actually start Your Covered Trip. Emergency Assistance, Concierge and Informational Services end the earliest of: midnight on the day the program expires; when You reach Your return destination; or when You complete Your Covered Trip. The Identity Theft Resolution Services become available on Your scheduled departure date for Your Covered Trip. Services are provided only for an Identity Theft event which occurs while on Your Covered Trip. Identity Theft Resolution does not guarantee that its intervention on behalf of You will result in a particular outcome or that its efforts on behalf of You will lead to a result satisfactory to You. Identity Theft Resolution does not include and shall not assist You for thefts involving non-US bank accounts.

IDENTITY THEFT RESOLUTION SERVICES

In the event of an Identify Theft event while on Your Covered Trip, Travel Insured’s designated provider will provide you with the support and tools needed for You to restore Your identity to pre- event status. Assistance includes contacting Your creditors to notify them of the event and to request replacement cards; connecting you with a friend or family member at home and providing them with the assistance to set up a transfer or wire of funds; information on how to contact the three major credit bureaus; guidance on how to obtain a police report; and providing You with a guide on how to restore Your credit.

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Renewal: Coverage under this Policy is not renewable. Signed for United States Fire Insurance Company By:

Marc J. Adee Chairman and CEO

James Kraus Secretary

TRAVEL INSURANCE POLICY

United States Fire Insurance Company

Administrative Office: 5 Christopher Way, Eatontown, NJ 07724 (Hereinafter referred to as “the Company”)

INDIVIDUAL TRAVEL POLICY PLEASE READ THIS DOCUMENT CAREFULLY!

This Policy is issued in consideration of Your enrollment and payment of the premium due. This Policy of Insurance describes the insurance benefits underwritten by United States Fire Insurance Company, herein referred to as the Company and also referred to as We, Us and Our.

This Policy is a legal contract between You and the Company. It is important that You read Your Policy carefully. Please refer to the accompanying Confirmation of Benefits, which provides You with specific information about the program You purchased. You should contact the Company immediately if You believe that the Confirmation of Benefits is incorrect.

FOURTEEN DAY LOOK: If You are not satisfied for any reason, You may cancel insurance under this Policy by giving the Company or the agent written notice within the first to occur of the following: (a) 14 days from the Effective Date of Your Insurance; or (b) Your Scheduled Departure Date. If You do this, the Company will refund Your premium paid provided no Insured has filed a claim under this Policy.

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LIMITED BENEFIT COVERAGE SCHEDULE OF BENEFITS

Listing of Benefits Travel Protection Trip Cancellation** Trip Interruption**

Maximum Limit

Trip Cost*

Trip Cost*

*Up to the lesser of the Trip Cost paid or the limit of Coverage on Your Confirmation of Benefits ** Not applicable when $0 Trip Cost displayed on Your Confirmation of Benefits

Travel Delay (12 hours)
Missed Connection (12 hours)
Change Fee
Reimbursement of Miles or Reward Points Baggage Protection
Baggage/Personal Effects

Per Article Limit

Combined Articles Limit Baggage Delay (24 hours)

Medical Protection
Accident and Sickness Medical Expense

Dental Sublimit

Emergency Evacuation/Medically Necessary Repatriation/Repatriation of Remains Optional Coverage

Applicable only when specifically requested on the application and the appropriate additional premium has been paid and purchase confirmed on Your Confirmation of Benefits.

Cancel for Work Reasons Medical Upgrade

Additional Medical Expense

Additional Emergency Evacuation/ Medically Necessary Repatriation/ Repatriation of Remains

Air Flight Only Accidental Death & Dismemberment
Rental Car Damage

$300 ($100 per day)

$300

$250

$250

$750

$250

$500

$200

$10,000

$750

$100,000

Trip Cost*

$10,000 (For a total of $20,000)

$100.000 (For a total of $200,000)

Up to Limit Purchased

$25,000

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SECTION I. EFFECTIVE DATE AND TERMINATION DATE

When Coverage For Your Trip Begins Coverage Effective Date:

Trip Cancellation: Coverage begins at 12:01 a.m. on the day after the date the appropriate premium for this Policy for Your Trip is received by the Company or its authorized representative prior to the scheduled departure time on the Scheduled Departure Date of Your Trip. This is Your “Effective Date” and time for Trip Cancellation.

Travel Delay: Coverage is in force while en route to and from the Covered Trip.

All Other Coverages: Coverage begins when You depart on the first Travel Arrangement (or alternate travel arrangement if You must use an alternate travel arrangement to reach Your Trip destination) for Your Trip. This is Your “Effective Date” and time for all other coverages, except Trip Cancellation and Travel Delay.

When Coverage For Your Trip Ends Coverage Termination Date:

Trip Cancellation: Your coverage automatically ends on the earlier of: the date and time You depart on Your Trip; or the date and time You cancel Your Trip.

All Other Coverages: Your coverage automatically ends on the earlier of: 1) the date Your Trip is completed; 2) the Scheduled Return Date; 3) Your arrival at Your return destination on a round-trip, or the destination on a one-way trip; 4) cancellation of Your Trip covered by this Policy.

Extension of Coverage: All coverages under this Policy will be extended if Your entire Trip is covered by this Policy and Your return is delayed due to unavoidable circumstances beyond Your control. This extension of coverage will end on the earlier of the date You reach Your originally scheduled return destination or 7 days after the Scheduled Return Date.

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SECTION II – COVERAGES

COVERAGE A TRIP CANCELLATION

Benefits will be paid, up to the Maximum Benefit Amount shown in the Confirmation of Benefits, to reimburse You for the amount of the Published Penalties and unused non-refundable Prepaid Payments You paid for Travel Arrangements when You are prevented from taking Your Trip due to:

  1. Your, Your Family Member’s, Your Traveling Companion’s, Your Traveling Companion’sFamily Member, Your Business Partner’s or Your Business Partners Family Member’s death,which occurs before departure on Your Trip;
  2. Your, Your Family Member’s, Your Traveling Companion’s, Your Traveling Companion’sFamily Member, Your Business Partner’s or Your Business Partners Family Member’s covered Sickness or Injury, which: a) occurs before departure on Your Trip, b) requires Medical Treatment at the time of cancellation resulting in medically imposed restrictions, as certified by a Legally Qualified Physician, and c) and prevents Your participation in the Trip;
  3. For the Other Covered Reasons refer to Trip Interruption;

provided such circumstances occur while coverage is in effect.

All cancellations must be reported to the Travel Supplier within 72 hours of the event causing the need to cancel. If the event delays the reporting of the cancellation beyond the 72 hours, the event should be reported as soon as possible. Increased amounts of Published Penalties and unused non-refundable Prepaid Payments that result from all other delays of reporting beyond 72 hours are not covered.

If Your Travel Supplier cancels Your Trip, a benefit will be paid for the reissue fee charged by the airline for the tickets. You must have covered the entire cost of Your Trip including the airfare cost.

The maximum amount payable under this Trip Cancellation Benefit is the lesser of the total amount of coverage You purchased or the Maximum Benefit Amount shown in the Confirmation of Benefits.

Single Supplement

Benefits will be paid, up to the Maximum Benefit Amount, for the additional cost incurred as a result of a change in the per person occupancy rate for Prepaid Travel Arrangements if a Traveling Companion’s or Family Member’s Trip is canceled for a covered reason and You do not cancel Your Trip.

These benefits will not duplicate any other benefits payable under the Policy or any coverage(s) attached to the Policy.

COVERAGE B
TRIP INTERRUPTION
Benefits will be paid, up to the lesser of a) the Maximum Benefit Amount shown in the Confirmation of Benefits; or b) 100% of the total amount of coverage You purchased, to reimburse You for the Prepaid Payments for unused non-refundable Travel Arrangements plus the Additional

Transportation Cost paid:
a) to join Your Trip if You must depart after Your Scheduled Departure Date or travel via

alternate travel arrangements by the most direct route possible to reach Your Trip destination

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(Airfare limited to the cost of one-way airfare using the same class of fare as the original travel

ticket); or
b) to rejoin Your Trip or transport You to Your originally scheduled return destination, if You must

interrupt Your Trip after departure, each by the most direct route possible. (Airfare limited to the cost of one-way airfare using the same class of fare as the original travel ticket)

Trip Interruption must be due to:

  1. Your, Your Family Member’s, Your Traveling Companion’s, Your Traveling Companion’sFamily Member, Your Business Partner’s or Your Business Partners Family Member’s death,which occurs while You are on Your Trip;
  2. Your, Your Family Member’s, Your Traveling Companion’s, Your Traveling Companion’sFamily Member, Your Business Partner’s or Your Business Partners Family Member’s covered Sickness or Injury which: a) occurs while You are on Your Trip, b) requires Medical Treatment at the time of interruption resulting in medically imposed restrictions, as certified by a Legally Qualified Physician, and c) prevents Your continued participation on Your Trip;
  3. For the Other Covered reasons listed below;

provided such circumstances occur while coverage is in effect.

The maximum payable under this Trip Interruption Benefit is the lesser of 100% of the total amount of coverage You purchased or 100% of the Maximum Benefit Amount shown in the Confirmation of Benefits.

“Other Covered Reasons” means:

  1. You or Your Traveling Companion being hijacked, quarantined, required to serve on a jury(notice of jury duty must be received after Your Effective Date), served with a court order to appear as a witness in a legal action in which You or Your Traveling Companion is not a party (except law enforcement officers);
  2. Your or Your Traveling Companion’s primary place of residence or destination being rendered uninhabitable and remaining uninhabitable during Your scheduled Trip by fire, flood, burglary or other Natural Disaster. Your destination is uninhabitable if: (i) the building structure itself is unstable and there is a risk of collapse in whole or in part; (ii) there is exterior or structural damage allowing elemental intrusion, such as rain, wind, hail, or flood; (iii) immediate safety hazards have yet to be cleared such as debris on roofs or downed electrical lines; or (iv) the rental property is without electricity or water. Benefits are not payable if a storm, snow storm, blizzard or hurricane is named on or before the Effective Date of Your Trip Cancellation coverage;
  3. You or Your Traveling Companion being directly involved in a traffic accident, substantiated by a police report, while en route to Your scheduled point of departure;
  4. Unannounced Strike that causes complete cessation of services for at least 24 consecutive hours of the Common Carrier on which You are scheduled to travel;
  5. Inclement Weather that causes complete cessation of services for at least 24 consecutive hours of the Common Carrier on which You are scheduled to travel;
  6. You or Your Traveling Companion or Your Family Member is in the military and called to emergency duty for a national disaster other than war;
  7. involuntary employer termination or layoff of You or a Traveling Companion. Employment must have been with the same employer for at least 1 continuous year;
  8. a Terrorist Incident that occurs within 30 days of Your Scheduled Departure Date in a city listed on the itinerary of Your Trip;

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  1. revocation of Your or Your Traveling Companion’s previously granted military leave or re- assignment. Official written revocation/re-assignment by a supervisor or commanding officer of the appropriate branch of service will be required;
  2. Your family or friends living abroad with whom You are planning to stay are unable to provide accommodations due to life threatening illness, life threatening injury or death of one of them;
  3. felonious assault of You or Your Traveling Companion within 10 days of the Scheduled Departure Date;

Single Supplement

Benefits will be paid, up to the Maximum Benefit Amount, for the additional cost incurred as a result of a change in the per person occupancy rate for Prepaid Travel Arrangements if a Traveling Companion’s or Family Member’s Trip is interrupted for a Covered reason and You do not interrupt Your Trip.

These benefits will not duplicate any other benefits payable under the Policy or any coverage(s) attached to the Policy.

COVERAGE C
TRAVEL DELAY
Benefits will be paid up to $100 per day for: 1) the non-refundable, unused portion of the Prepaid expenses for Your Trip as long as the expenses are supported by proof of purchase and are not reimbursable by any other source; and 2) reasonable accommodation, meal, telephone call and local transportation expenses incurred by You, up to the Maximum Benefit Amount shown in the Confirmation of Benefits, if You are delayed for 12 hours or more while en route to or from, or

during Your Trip, due to:

  1. a)  any delay of a Common Carrier (the delay must be certified by the Common Carrier);
  2. b)  a traffic accident in which You or Your Traveling Companion is not directly involved (mustbe substantiated by a police report);
  3. c)  lost or stolen passports, travel documents or money (must be substantiated by a policereport);
  4. d)  quarantine, hijacking, Strike, Natural Disaster, terrorism or riot;
  5. e)  a documented weather condition preventing You from getting to the point of departure.

These benefits will not duplicate any other benefits payable under the Policy or any coverage(s) attached to the Policy.

COVERAGE D
MISSED CONNECTION
If You miss Your cruise or tour departure because Your arrival at Your Trip destination is delayed

for 12 or more hours, due to:

a) b) c)

We will for:

a) b)

any delay of a Common Carrier (the delay must be certified by the Common Carrier); documented weather condition preventing You from getting to the point of departure; quarantine, hijacking, Strike, Natural Disaster, terrorism or riot.

reimburse You, up to the Maximum Benefit Amount shown in the Confirmation of Benefits,

Your Additional Transportation Cost to join Your Trip; and
Your Prepaid expenses for the unused land or water Travel Arrangements; and

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c) reasonable accommodation, telephone and meal expenses up to $200 per day necessarily incurred by You for which You have proof of purchase and which were not paid for or provided by any other source.

These benefits will not duplicate any other benefits payable under the Policy or any coverage(s) attached to the Policy.

COVERAGE E

CHANGE FEE

The Company will pay a maximum of $250 for the fees associated with a change to Your air itinerary.

COVERAGE F
REIMBURSEMENT OF MILES OR REWARD POINTS
If You have Trip Cancellation Benefits under this Policy and cancel Your Trip for a Covered reason, benefits will be paid up to the Maximum Benefit Amount of $250 as shown in the Confirmation of Benefit for any penalty cost of putting the miles or reward points back in the account they were removed from. This will not duplicate any benefits paid under the Trip Cancellation Benefit and is

subject to the same General Exclusions and Limitations.

COVERAGE G
BAGGAGE AND PERSONAL EFFECTS
Benefits will be provided to You, up to the Maximum Benefit Amount shown in the Confirmation of Benefits: (a) against all risks of permanent loss, theft or damage to Your Baggage and Personal Effects; (b) subject to all General Exclusions and the Additional Limitations and Exclusions Specific

to Baggage and Personal Effects in the Policy; and (c) occurring while coverage is in effect.

For the purposes of this benefit:
“Baggage and Personal Effects” means goods being used by You during Your Trip. Valuation and Payment of Loss: The lesser of the following amounts will be paid:

  1. 1)  the Actual Cash Value at the time of loss, theft or damage, except as provided below;
  2. 2)  the cost to repair or replace the article with material of a like kind and quality; or
  3. 3)  $250 per article.

A combined maximum of $500 will be paid for jewelry; precious or semi-precious stones; watches; articles consisting in whole or in part of silver, gold or platinum; furs or articles trimmed with fur; cameras and their accessories and related equipment, computer, digital or electronic equipment or media.

A maximum of $100 will be paid for the cost of replacing a passport or visa.

A maximum of $100 will be paid for the cost associated with the unauthorized use or replacement of lost or stolen credit cards, subject to verification that You have complied with all conditions of the credit card company.

Baggage and Personal Effects does not include:

  1. 1)  animals;
  2. 2)  automobiles and automobile equipment;
  3. 3)  boats or other vehicles or conveyances;

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  1. 4)  trailers;
  2. 5)  motors;
  3. 6)  aircraft;
  4. 7)  bicycles, except when checked as baggage with a Common Carrier;
  5. 8)  household effects and furnishings;
  6. 9)  antiques and collectors items;
  7. 10)  eyeglasses, sunglasses, contact lenses, artificial teeth, dentures, dental bridges, retainers, orother orthodontic devices or hearing aids;
  8. 11)  artificial limbs or other prosthetic devices;
  9. 12)  prescribed medications;
  10. 13)  keys, money, stamps and credit cards (except as otherwise specifically covered herein);
  11. 14)  securities, stamps, tickets and documents (except as coverage is otherwise specificallyprovided herein);
  12. 15)  professional or occupational equipment or property, whether or not electronic businessequipment; or
  13. 16)  sporting equipment if the loss results from the use thereof; or

Baggage Delay: If, while on a Trip, Your checked baggage is delayed or misdirected by a Common Carrier for more than 24 hours from Your time of arrival at a destination other than Your return destination, benefits will be paid, up to the Maximum Benefit Amount shown in the Confirmation of Benefits, for the actual expenditure for necessary personal effects. You must be a ticketed passenger on a Common Carrier. The Common Carrier must certify the delay or misdirection. Receipts for the purchases must accompany any claim.

We will reimburse You, less any amount paid or payable from any other valid and collectible insurance or indemnity, up to the amount shown in the Confirmation of Benefits, for the cost of reasonable additional clothing and personal articles purchased by You, if Your Baggage is delayed for 24 hours or more during Your Trip.

Additional Limitations and Exclusions Specific to Baggage and Personal Effects:

Benefits are not payable for any loss caused by or resulting from:

  1. a)  breakage of brittle or fragile articles;
  2. b)  wear and tear or gradual deterioration;
  3. c)  confiscation or appropriation by order of any government or custom’s rule;
  4. d)  theft or pilferage while left in any unlocked or unattended vehicle;
  5. e)  property illegally acquired, kept, stored or transported;
  6. f)  Your negligent acts or omissions; or
  7. g)  property shipped as freight or shipped prior to the Scheduled Departure Date;
  8. h)  electrical current, including electric arcing that damages or destroys electrical devices orappliances.

Additional Provisions applicable to Baggage and Personal Effects and Baggage Delay:

Benefits will not be paid for any expenses which have been reimbursed or for any services which have been provided by the Common Carrier, hotel or Travel Supplier; nor will benefits be paid for loss or damage to property specifically scheduled under any other insurance.

Additional Claims Provisions Specific to Baggage

Your Duties After Loss of or Damage to Property or Delay of Baggage: In case of loss, theft, damage or delay of baggage or personal effects, and You must:

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  1. a)  take all reasonable steps to protect, save or recover the property;
  2. b)  promptly notify, in writing, either the police, hotel proprietors, ship lines, airlines, railroad, bus,airport or other station authorities, tour operators or group leaders, or any Common Carrier orbailee who has custody of Your property at the time of loss;
  3. c)  produce records needed to verify the claim and its amount, and permit copies to be made;
  4. d)  send proof of loss as soon as reasonably possible after date of loss, providing date, time, andcause of loss, and a complete list of damaged/lost items; and
  5. e)  allow the company to examine baggage or personal effects, if requested.

These benefits will not duplicate any other benefits payable under the Policy or any coverage(s) attached to the Policy.

COVERAGE H
ACCIDENT & SICKNESS MEDICAL EXPENSE
Benefits will be paid for the Covered Expense incurred, up to the Maximum Benefit Amount shown in the Confirmation of Benefits as a result of a Covered Accidental Injury or covered Sickness, which first occurs during Your Trip (of a duration of 90 days or less for Sickness). Only Covered Expenses incurred during Your Trip (of duration of 90 days or less for Sickness) will be reimbursed.

Expenses incurred after Your Trip are not covered.

Benefits will include up to $750 expenses for emergency dental treatment due to Injury to natural teeth.

Benefits will not be paid in excess of the Usual and Customary Charges.

Advance payment will be made to a Hospital, up to the Maximum Benefit Amount, if needed to secure Your admission to a Hospital, because of a Covered Accidental Injury or covered Sickness. The authorized travel assistance company will coordinate advance payment to the Hospital.

For the purpose of this benefit:
“Covered Expense” means expense incurred only for the following:

  1. The medical services, prescription drugs, prosthetics, and therapeutic services and suppliesordered or prescribed by a Legally Qualified Physician as Medically Necessary for treatment;
  2. Hospital or ambulatory medical-surgical center services (including expenses for a cruise ship cabin or hotel room, not already included in the cost of the Your Trip, if recommended as a substitute for a hospital room for recovery from a Covered Accidental Injury or coveredSickness);
  3. Transportation furnished by a professional ambulance company to and/or from a Hospital.

These benefits will not duplicate any benefits payable under the Policy or any coverage(s) attached to the Policy.

COVERAGE I
EMERGENCY MEDICAL EVACUATION, MEDICAL REPATRIATION
AND RETURN OF REMAINS
When You suffer loss of life for any reason or incur a Sickness or Injury during the course of Your Trip, the following benefits are payable, up to the Maximum Benefit Amount shown in the

Confirmation of Benefits.

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  1. Emergency Medical Evacuation: If the local attending Legally Qualified Physician and the authorized travel assistance company determine that transportation to a Hospital or medical facility is Medically Necessary to treat an unforeseen Sickness or Injury which is acute or life threatening and adequate Medical Treatment is not available in the immediate area, the Transportation Expense incurred will be paid for the Usual and Customary Charges for transportation to the closest Hospital or medical facility capable of providing that treatment.If You are traveling alone and will be hospitalized for more than 7 consecutive days and Emergency Evacuation is not imminent, benefits will be paid to transport one person, chosen by You, by Economy Transportation, for a single visit to and from Your bedside.If You are in the Hospital for more than 7 consecutive days and Your dependent children who are under 18 years of age and accompanying You on Your Trip are left unattended, Economy Transportation will be paid to return the dependents to their home (with an attendant, if considered necessary by the authorized travel assistance company).
  2. Medical Repatriation: If the local attending Legally Qualified Physician and the authorized travel assistance company determine that it is Medically Necessary for You to return to Your primary place of residence because of an unforeseen Sickness or Injury which is acute or life- threatening, the Transportation Expense incurred will be paid for Your return to Your primary place of residence or to a Hospital or medical facility closest to Your primary place of residence capable of providing continued treatment via one of the following methods of transportation, as approved, in writing, by the authorized travel assistance company:
    1. i)  one-way Economy Transportation;
    2. ii)  commercial air upgrade (to Business or First Class), based on Your condition asrecommended by the local attending Legally Qualified Physician and verified in writing bythe authorized travel assistance company; or
    3. iii)  other covered land or air transportation including, but not limited to, commercial stretcher,medical escort, or the Usual and Customary Charges for air ambulance, provided such transportation has been pre-approved and arranged by the authorized travel assistance company. Transportation must be via the most direct and economical route.
  3. Return of Remains: In the event of Your death during a Trip, the expense incurred will be paid for minimally necessary casket or air tray, preparation and transportation of Your remains to Your primary place of residence in the United States of America or to the place of burial.

Benefits are paid less the value of Your original unused return travel ticket.

These benefits will not duplicate any other benefits payable under the Policy or any coverage(s) attached to the Policy.

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