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ARGENTINA – Bicycle Touring Information

ARGENTINA - Bicycle Touring InformationTime of Visit
November 2006-May 2008

Visa
European, Australian, New Zealand, South American and North American citizens get a 90-day visa free of charge at the border or airport. [Read more…]

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BOLIVIA – Bicycle Touring Information

Bolivia

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Time of VisitÂ
June, August-October 2008

Visa
Canadian, Australian, New Zealand, don’t need a visa for a stay up to 30 days. South American and most European citizens don’t need a visa for a stay for up to 90 days, you get an entry stamp at the border or airport. US citizens have to pay 135 USD for a visa on arrival. At some border crossings, like the Laguna Verde one near San Pedro de Atacama, you are charged a small fee and they will give everyone 30 days. I am not sure if this is legal. [Read more…]

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CHILE – Bicycle Touring Information

Map of ChileTime of VisitÂ
November 2006-August 2008

Visa
European, Australian, New Zealand, South American and North American citizens get a 90-day visa free of charge at the border or airport. You can always cross the border to Argentina, Bolivia or Peru and come back to Chile the same hour to get another 90 days. I did this about 6 times, never any questions. [Read more…]

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Colombia – Bicycle Touring Information

Map of colombia

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Time of VisitÂ
January-March 2009

Visa
Travelers from EU, the Americas, Australia and New Zealand will get an entry stamp that will be valid for 30, 60 or 90 days. Extensions for a stay up to 180 days are possible. [Read more…]

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PERU – Bicycle Touring Information

Peru Map

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Time of Visit
November–December 2008

Visa
Citizens of Western European countries, USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Japan, Israel and most Latin American countries don’t need a visa for stays up to 90 days. [Read more…]