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This Fall, Enjoy an Aristocratic, 5-Star, 12-Day Culinary Adventure in South America

A Grand Wine Expedition to
Argentina and Uruguay October 3-14, 2006


 

Dear Traveler,

South America is home to some of the world's oldest cultures… stunning architecture… and breathtaking scenery, reasons alone for you to visit.

Still, for all the accomplishments and history here, until recently the wines had little reputation beyond these borders.

But all that has changed in the last 15 years.

Today, South America's wineries have catapulted from the last century into the new millennium. And the results range anywhere from solidly quaffable… to legendary.

Across the South American continent, new vines are sprouting from hills and valleys, and their fruit is the backbone of modern-styled Malbecs and Cabernets that now stand proudly alongside the world's top wines.

Many carry the names of the world's top winemakers and vintners, drawn to South America by its superb growing season and laid-back lifestyle.

This October 3-14, you have the rare opportunity to meet top wine makers from Argentina and Uruguay… taste and talk about their wines with them… enjoy the delightful hospitality of their chefs… and experience this continent's lush beauty.

You'll also dine in some of South America's finest restaurants, including what many critics consider one of the 10 best restaurants on the planet.

You'll enjoy an invigorating day at the spectacular Iguazu Falls, staying overnight right next to the falls.

Plus visit Uruguay's oldest winery, which for nearly 160 years has made a legendary Cabernet Sauvignon cherished in Europe.

And because -- like so many of our past participants -- you're likely to find this continent downright irresistible, we've also arranged for you to meet with several of our investment-minded colleagues on the ground in Argentina. You'll learn about vineyard properties… forestry investment… mountain hideaways… and big-city retreats… all to be had at incredible values.

What's more, we'll have along with us throughout our journey our very own top-flight sommelier, Andres Rosberg. Andres appears often on TV and radio programs. His opinions are regularly published in national media, both in Argentina and abroad, including the internationally respected Wine Spectator. You'll find him utterly charming… and extremely knowledgeable.

You know, we here at Opportunity Travel have been escorting people to this part of the world for over a decade now. You can rest assured that in our company you'll be traveling in comfort and style. We'll stay in luxury hotels, take chartered flights across the continent, and be thoroughly pampered in every way. This is grand travel -- in the early 20th-century, aristocratic tradition.

Your Personal Access to Wine Aristocracy

Here's just some of what you'll experience…

You'll arrive in Buenos Aries and check into our chic hotel in the heart of the city's fashionable Recoleta area.

We'll take you around to give you a bit of an introduction to this vibrant city, which has a sophisticated, genteel Latin American influence… but is on a cosmopolitan par with New York or Paris.

Large boulevards, expansive parks and plazas, tall trees… it's such a nice walking city with a very European feel. Here people use all the community green space. Stroll through a park, and you'll see people reading, picnicking, talking… and even dancing the tango.

This first evening in Argentina you'll enjoy a wine reception at the hotel, featuring some of South America's most memorable wines, presented by a representative from Austral Spectator's Guide -- one of the most serious guides to the wines of South America.

You'll want to get a good night's sleep, because the next day we'll head out by chartered private plane to Missiones to visit a forestry project managed by Ushay Forestal. There we'll meet economist Steve Rosberg, a Managing Partner, who will give us the full run-down on this eco-friendly opportunity. It offers a tax-efficient way to grow wealth outside the stock market, provides a smart means of diversification for your portfolio, gives you an opportunity to enjoy your investment for recreation, and can offer the possibility of Argentinean residency, too.

That was the trip of a lifetime!!!  Marilyn and I enjoyed it immensely - now for the hard part - a diet… You did a spectacular job of leading the charge and we all love you for taking such good care of us.  I can't imagine what kind of tour will ever top this one.

-- Don and Marilyn Geddes,
New Orleans, LA

Of course, this being a culinary trip, primarily, we'll take advantage of the mottled light and comfortable shade a eucalyptus canopy provides and enjoy a traditional Argentine barbecue, complete with an array of local wines we'll taste under the direction of our sommelier, Andres.

At the end of the afternoon, we'll board our chartered plane and head to Iguazu for a visit to the famous falls! We will overnight at the Sheraton Hotel, located right next to the falls.  The next morning you can join us for a Grand Adventure Tour of Iguazu, which includes a jeep ride through the rain forest, a zodiac boat excursion up river to the falls (and yes, partially into the falls!) and then a walking tour on the lower and upper trails surrounding the falls. 

Then after getting cleaned up from our excursion, you will have time for lunch before we depart on our private plane to Cafayate, Salta.

Family Vineyards in Salta

We now head out into wine country -- to Cafayate, Salta in northwestern Argentina. This area is famous for its lovely colonial architecture… and for its extraordinary wines. The soil is profoundly fertile here, and the wines being produced in this region are some of the nation's very best. We'll overnight at the brand new Cafayate Wine Resort (cafayatewineresort.com).  This hotel sits right in the middle of a vineyard.  This evening we will enjoy a special wine tasting at the hotel and dinner. 

Over the next couple of days, we'll visit the family-owned Domingo Hnos Vineyard and dine at local fincas (wine estates).

We'll enjoy a leisurely (and informative) tour and tasting at the San Pedro de Yacochuya Vineyard. The family here has been in the wine business since 1850, and the clay wine storage jars from that era survive to this day. Here you'll encounter an extraordinary Malbec, the kind of wine you just can't get at home.

We'll lunch at a local winery and then enjoy dinner at Finca Las Nubes, where our sommelier, Andres will indulge us in a tasting of wines from this region.

We will also visit the Esteco winery, where you'll be treated to spectacular views of the vineyards and the magnificent Calchaquí Valley, where crystalline streams meander through green and rocky terrain.  From the town of Cafayate we will travel by motor coach to the city of Salta to see this wonderful destination and overnight in a lovely boutique hotel.

Cafayate: Where the World's Top
Winemaker is Practicing His Craft

"You would expect Cafayate to be an extremely hot place, especially as it is nowhere near any major body of water. In fact, Cafayate is about as far from the equator (on the South side) as Cuba is (on the North side). But, because of its altitude and the almost total lack of humidity (thanks to the Andes mountains), Cafayate is remarkably temperate during the day and frequently quite cool at night.

"These features, along with massive amounts of water from artesian wells, make Cafayate truly exceptional. There are blue skies here more than 300 days of the year and the weather is essentially always the same -- warm during the day cool at night. Add this climate together with dry, rocky, mineral-rich soil, and you see why Cafayate is one of the best places in the entire world to grow highly concentrated grapes for winemaking.

"Although Mendoza (a few hundred miles to the South) is better known as Argentina's "wine country," the world's elite winemakers have focused their recent efforts on Cafayate.

"Michael Rolland, who is indisputably the world's top winemaker, has been working in the Cafayate vineyards of the Etchart family. The wine he made there, from their San Pedro de Yacochuya vineyard, is one of the most sought after bottles in the world.

"Rolland makes wine at the top estates in Bordeaux and Napa, where his bottles sell for hundreds of dollars apiece -- or even thousands of dollars apiece. But it's fair to say that he's fallen in love with Argentina: 'If there is anywhere a place that encompasses the perfect match of climate, soil, costs, human resources, and above all, freedom for creativity and minimal bureaucracy to hinder the genuine development of a new and exceptional viticulture, that place is undoubtedly Argentina.'

"If you're interested in wine, rent or buy the movie Mondovino, which takes a critical look at the impact Rolland has had on the global wine industry and follows him to Cafayate.” 

-- Porter Stansberry, Editor, Porter Stansberry's Investment Advisory

Mendoza: Extraordinary Dining in Argentina's Wine Capital

Next we'll take our private plane to Argentina's wine capitol of Mendoza, where we'll be based for two-and-a-half days. There you'll check into the lovely, old world Park Hyatt, with its beautifully restored 19th-century Spanish colonial façade, top-flight service, and rich mahogany woodwork. Here you'll have time to relax… stroll the splendor of the Plaza de la Independencia, on which the hotel sits… and enjoy the city.

On our first day in Mendoza we will explore the Valle de Uco area, where you'll find a large stretch of vineyards belonging to the major Argentine and foreign wineries. The Uco, at the foot of the Andes, is blessed with a climate that encourages high-quality wines. 

Its Chardonnays, Merlots, Malbecs, and Semillons have beautiful and different characteristics to those in other areas of the province, and you will be able to sample them at the Posada del Jamon, Clos de los 7, and O. Fournier vineyards. 

In the Lujan de Cuyo district, the cradle of Argentina's wine Renaissance, which put Argentina back on the wine map with its stunning Malbecs, we will begin at the Altavista winery, which is owned by the French winemaking d'Aulan family and was launched in 1997 under the direction of Jean-Michel Arcaute, who Robert Parker twice named "winemaker of the year."

From there, we'll continue on to Bodega Enrique Foster, which produces award-winning wines of international acclaim. We'll lunch there under a chestnut tree in the midst of vines and snow capped mountains. 

I was very impressed by all of it - the high level of the wineries and accommo-dations, and the interest and intelligence of the group.

-- Rick Jones,
Healdsburg, CA

While based in Mendoza, we'll dine extremely well. (We'll do so throughout our trip, in fact, but your meals in Mendoza are sure to stand out.)

Our first dining experience and wine tasting in Mendoza will be at Club Tapiz, just outside of Mendoza. Located on an estate built in 1890 and surrounded by vineyards, the Renaissance-style villa enjoys an extraordinary view of the Andean Range and is regarded as one of Mendoza's best restaurants.  

And then we've arranged for a culinary experience unlike any other when you dine at Francis Mallman’s restaurant: 1884, which the British newspapers The Times and The Daily Telegraph call the seventh-best restaurant in the world. Others are more conservative and simply call it one of the 10 best on the planet.  The Argentine way is to grill using wood rather than charcoal, and Mallman is brilliant at it. This will be a spectacular dinner with wine equal to the menu.

And then we jump in our charter plane once more for our flight to Montevideo, Uruguay.

On to Uruguay… to Sample Legendary Wines

In Montevideo, the capitol of Uruguay, we'll stay at the new deluxe Radisson Montevideo Victoria Plaza Hotel.  Stylish and warm, the hotel houses large and comfortable guest rooms with classic French-style furnishings and panoramic city and river views.

On the 25th floor is the Arcadia restaurant, which Frommers cites as "the city's most elegant dining room."

Montevideo is smaller than Buenos Aires, but it has a surprising cultural diversity and is a picturesque blend of colonial Spanish, Italian, and Art Deco styles.

In fact, many wealthy Argentines come here to relax during the summer break and bask on the white sandy beaches of nearby Punta del Este.

Meet Your Guide: Argentina's Premier Sommelier

You'll be escorted throughout this extraordinar wine adventure by one of South America's finest sommeliers. He'll be on hand to give you an insider's introduction to some of the world's best wines. Meet Andrés Rosberg:

Andrés Rosberg is one of Argentina’s first professional sommeliers. He is a member and co-founder of the Argentine Sommeliers Association and has achieved the introductory level at the Court of Master Sommeliers.

He is a juror of international wine contests in Argentina, Chile, and Uruguay, as well as a member of the tasting panels of the Austral Spectator, the sole guide to the wines of South America, and of the prestigious Placer magazine in Uruguay.

Andrés has organized the Forum del Vino wine fair each year in Buenos Aires since 2001, presenting Argentina’s best wines both to consumers and gastronomy professionals. He also founded and directs Cavas del Sur, Argentina’s first rare and limited-edition wines auction house.

He managed the wine program of the Gran Bar Danzón wine bar, which revolutionized wine consumption in Buenos Aires, making it fashionable among younger people to drink fine wines by the glass. He also managed the wine program at the Villa Hípica restaurant, where his wine selection was repeatedly chosen as the country’s best and earned the restaurant Wine Spectator’s "Award of Excellence," the first such restaurant award given in Argentina. His taste and judgment is revered throughout the nation. 

Andrés is a market opinion leader. He appears often on TV and radio programs. He runs a weekly wine column on the local P+E cable TV channel, and is co-host of Buena Cepa, an AM radio wine magazine that is broadcast every Saturday morning.

His opinions are regularly published in national media, both in Argentina and abroad, including Argentina’s most classic food and wine magazine, Cuisine & Vins, the internationally respected Wine Spectator, and others in Uruguay, Venezuela, Singapore, Malaysia, and Indonesia. His works and opinions can also be found online, where he has collaborated in the past with www.ArgentineWines.com, one of the most well-regarded Spanish-language wine sites on the Internet.

Andrés currently teaches Sommellerie both in Uruguay and Venezuela, travels to production zones and wine salons continuously, is in charge of the wine division of the Argentine chapter of the Slow Food International Movement, organizes wine events, and does consultancy work through Myriad-The Wine Pros, of which he is a founder and director.

Andrés is an Argentine and Danish citizen and fluent in English, Spanish, and (almost) French.

Even Your Wine-Snob Friends Can't Taste These

While in Montevideo we'll travel inland just a bit to visit two wineries – Carrau and Bouza.

You're going to love both… but I have to tell you, they have a real treat in store for you at Carrau. It's a top-of-the-line wine called Amat, made from a grape called Tannat, a native of the southern Bordeaux region in France.

Amat, in the hands of the Carrau family, is made from small yields of the finest handpicked Tannat grapes. Because of that, the wine is really concentrated. In the glass, it has an, intense color, long legs, and the rich aromas of ripe red fruits, plums, and licorice. The oak gives complex flavors of coconut and fresh tobacco.

It was a very complete trip - overall a very, very good trip.  On a scale of 1-4 the accommodations and vineyards were 4+!!!

  -- Dean Moyer, Thousand Oaks, CA

This is a heck of a wine… and your wine-snob buddy at home will never be able to guess the grape from which it's made. The real treat for you is that we will have an entire vertical tasting of this wine, all the different harvests since it first was made in 1998.

But Carrua won't be our only stop this day. We will visit the tiny Bouza winery, one of the newest state-of-the-art developments. Bouza wines are made by Eduardo Boido, probably Uruguay's best winemaker.

You'll top off this amazing day with dinner back in Montevideo.

We've Saved the Best for Last

On our last day of this adventure, we'll take a chartered flight back to Argentina, to the city of Colonia -- and one of the highlights of the trip: the century-and-a-half-old Los Cerros de San Juan winery.

Its grounds are beautiful, and with nearly 160 years of history, the passion for good wine is palpable here.

The hospitable winemakers will invite you to taste their best wares and sample delicious food while you enjoy the beautiful surroundings. There's no better way we can imagine to top off a truly extraordinary trip. Fully sated, we'll take a chartered flight in the afternoon back to the International Airport in Buenos Aires to catch an evening flight home to the States.

During your stay in Argentina and Uruguay, you'll hit the cultural high points and travel like a privileged insider. But your real fun is going to be tasting and buying the wonderful wines you'll fall in love with.

Throughout the program, you'll stay in four and five-star accommodations and, as you've seen, dine in some of the best restaurants anywhere. Because of our insistence that this trip be truly exclusive, in the genuine tradition of aristocratic travel, we must limit our number to just 14. That affords us the comfort and convenience of chartered flights throughout the trip and ensures we'll be an intimate, well-pampered group.

The cost of this sensational 12-day journey -- with its visits to cultural highpoints, personal meeting and tasting with South America’s top vintners, special excursions, five-star hotels, and world-class dining -- is $4,997 per person, based on double occupancy (the single supplement is $500).

That includes round-trip coach airfare Miami/Buenos Aires (air add-ons from other cities are also available); seven chartered private flights within South America; airport transfers and all ground transportation in Argentina and Uruguay; all breakfasts, some lunches, and most dinners as outlined on the schedule; first-class hotel accommodations; translators for tours and the many vineyard visits; wine lessons and guidance throughout the program from expert sommelier, Andres Rosberg; introductions to investment opportunities in Argentina; all domestic and international taxes; assistance from our staff throughout the trip… and a whole lot more.

Already High Demand for This Intimate Wine Adventure

This wine tour to South America is all about the lush wines… sumptuous dining… world-class accommodation… and great camaraderie, all amidst some of the world's most beautiful surroundings.

So when you accept this invitation, please do so with the confident knowledge that your 12 days in South America should be one of the greatest cultural excursions of your lifetime… nothing else should matter.

To claim one of the 14 available spots, CLICK BELOW now.

Warm regards,

Barbara Perriello,
Director, Opportunity Travel

 

P.S. This trip isn't like any other. It's a rare opportunity for you to meet with South America's top wine makers, enjoy their hospitality, sample their best wines, and do so in the company of guides who know Argentina and Uruguay inside and out. For 12 enjoyable days of excellent food, wine, and companionship, CLICK BELOW to reserve your place on a trip sure to produce memories you'll cherish for years to come.

Your Day-by-Day Itinerary

A Grand Wine Expedition to
Argentina and Uruguay
October 3-14, 2006


Throughout this 12-day expedition, you'll travel in the company of one of our Opportunity Travel tour guides as well as Andres Rosberg, one of Argentina's premier sommeliers.

Tuesday, October 3rd -- Depart the U.S. for Buenos Aires, Argentina
Depart from the U.S. (Your round-trip flight from Miami is included with this tour. If you prefer to depart from Dallas, we can check on flights from there for you. Add-ons from other cities are also available.)

Wednesday, October 4th -- Buenos Aires, Argentina
Arrive in Buenos Aires in the morning. We’ll stop first at our hotel in the upscale Recoleta area. We won’t be able to check in until the afternoon, but we can have coffee and freshen up before heading out to explore the city and enjoy lunch at the famous Las Lilas restaurant. We will enjoy an evening wine reception at the hotel, and you'll meet Paul Reynolds from Reynolds Properties, who will give you a snapshot of where you'll find the best real estate deals. Dinner is on your own. (L)

Thursday, October 5th -- Buenos Aires, Missiones & Iguazu Falls, Argentina
Enjoy a relaxing breakfast at the hotel, and then we'll catch a chartered flight to the province of Missiones to explore Ushay Forestal's pine and eucalyptus project. We'll do a wine tasting here with our sommelier under a canopy of eucalyptus trees and enjoy a traditional Argentine barbeque. We'll tour a local tea plantation, and we've arranged for a visit to a saw mill as well. Then we'll fly to Iguazu Falls and check into the Sheraton International Iguazu Resort, ideally situated in the heart of the Iguazu National Park.  The hotel is within walking distance of the spectacular Iguazu waterfalls, facing Devil’s George. Dinner is on your own.  (B, L)

Friday, October 6th – Iguazu Falls/Cafayate, Argentina
Enjoy breakfast at the hotel followed by our Grand Adventure Tour, which includes a visit through the rainforest, a jet boat to the falls (yes you will get wet!) and a hike up the trails of the lower and upper falls.  Return to the hotel to change and freshen up, check-out, and depart for the airport for our private flight to Cafayate in the Salta province (approximately a 2 ½ hour flight).  Upon our arrival, we'll check into the Cafayate Wine Resort.  (www.cafayatewineresort.com) Tonight we will have a special wine tasting with Andres Rosberg and dinner at the hotel. (B, D)

Saturday, October 7th – Cafayate, Argentina
Following breakfast at the hotel, we'll head into wine country; this area is famous for its lovely colonial architecture… and for its extraordinary wines. We'll lunch at a local winery and then enjoy dinner at Finca Las Nubes, where we'll participate in a tasting of wines from this region. (B, L, D)

Sunday, October 8th – Cafayte & Salta City, Argentina
After breakfast, we'll spend the morning visiting local wineries and enjoying the picturesque countryside. We'll stop at Domingo Hnos, known for its extraordinary cabernet sauvignon.  Then we'll enjoy a leisurely (and informative) tour and tasting at the San Pedro de Yacochuya Vineyard. The family here has been in the wine business since 1850, and you'll enjoy learning about how they've combined traditional methods with modern technologies to produce extraordinary wines. We'll enjoy lunch and then depart by motor coach to Salta City where we will overnight. (B, L)

Monday, October 9th – Mendoza, Argentina
Breakfast at the hotel followed by our morning charter flight to Mendoza.  Mendoza is at the heart of Argentina’s wine country, and we'll spend three days immersing ourselves in this enticing region. Once we've arrived in Mendoza, we'll head to the Park Hyatt Hotel to check in. This will be our home base for two nights (www.mendoza.com.ar/park_hyatt_mendoza_1.html).  We’ll enjoy a casual lunch followed by a vineyard visit.  We then return to the hotel to freshen up before heading to Club Tapiz for dinner. Located on an estate built in 1890 and surrounded by vineyards, the Renaissance-style villa enjoys an extraordinary view of the Andean Range. Here we'll dine well and enjoy a tasting of Mendoza and Patagonia wines. (B, L, D)

Tuesday, October 10th -- Mendoza (Valle de Uco), Argentina
After breakfast, we'll set out to explore the Valle de Uco region, visiting three vineyards over the course of the day: Posada del Jamon, Clos de los 7, and O. Fournier. We'll enjoy lunch at one of the vineyards while we're out, and then we've arranged for a culinary experience unlike any other when you dine this evening at Francis Mallman’s restaurant: 1884, the 7th best restaurant in the world, according to the British newspapers The Times and The Daily Telegraph. We'll overnight at the Park Hyatt. (B, L, D)

Wednesday, October 11th -- Mendoza (Lujan de Cuyo), Argentina & Montevideo, Uruguay
You'll enjoy breakfast at the hotel and then we'll head out to visit two more regional vineyards before flying to Uruguay. We'll begin at the Altavista winery, which is owned by the French winemaking d'Aulan family and was launched in 1997 under the direction of Jean-Michel Arcaute, who Robert Parker twice named "winemaker of the year." From there, we'll continue on to Bodega Enrique Foster, which produces award-winning wines of international acclaim. We'll lunch there on the grounds and then take a chartered flight to Montevideo in Uruguay. We'll overnight at the Radisson Victoria Plaza Hotel (www.e-transhotel.com/hotel_vp1.ht).  Dinner is on your own. (B, L)

Thursday, October 12th – Montevideo, Uruguay
Today you can relax over breakfast at the hotel, and then we'll meet to spend the day visiting three wineries (Bouza, Carrau, Juanicó). Each will offer private tastings led by a resident wine maker. Of course our guide, Andres, will be on hand to offer translation when necessary. We'll enjoy dinner at Panini's Italian restaurant -- a bit formal, with a great cave storing Uruguayan wines. Overnight at the Radisson.

(B, L, D)

Friday, October 13th – Colonia, Uruguay & Buenos Aires, Uruguay (International Airport)
After breakfast, we'll take a chartered flight to Colonia del Sacramento, which sits on the Uruguayan side of the Rio de la Plata. There we'll enjoy a wonderful lunch at the century-and-a-half-old Los Cerros de San Juan winery. Its grounds are beautiful, and with nearly 160 years of history, their passion for good wine is palpable. This is a perfect way to top off our trip. Fully sated, we'll take a chartered flight in the late afternoon back to the Buenos Aires International Airport to catch our return flight to the U.S. (B,L)

Saturday, October 14th -- Arrive in the U.S.
Today you'll arrive back in the U.S.


Pricing and What's Included

A Grand Wine Expedition to
Argentina and Uruguay
October 3-14, 2006


Price per-person, based on double-occupancy: $4,997

(Save $200 When You Book by August 1, 2006)
Single Supplement: $500*

This High-Access Program Includes: Round-trip coach airfare Miami-Buenos Aires (air add-ons from other cities are also available); seven private chartered flights within South America; airport transfers and all ground transportation in Argentina and Uruguay; all breakfasts, some lunches, and most dinners as outlined on the schedule; first-class hotel accommodations; translators for tours and the many vineyard visits; wine lessons and guidance throughout the program from expert sommelier, Andres Rosberg; introductions to investment opportunities in Argentina; all domestic and international taxes, including the 9/11 security taxes in the U.S.; and assistance from our staff throughout the trip.

The Tour does NOT Include: Departure taxes, laundry service, voluntary tips to guides and drivers, excess-luggage charges and alcoholic beverages not included with meals.

Please Note: We can take a maximum of 14 travelers for this tour.

* If you are traveling alone and wish to share a room with another participant, we will try to find a roommate for you, although we cannot guarantee a match. The $500 single supplement is due when you register. If a roommate is available, we will issue you a credit for that amount.

**Also note that we will be flying in a private prop plane that we have used on our last two tours.  It is a 19-seat plane that is very comfortable. But we do have limits on the amount of luggage we can carry, and there isn’t a bathroom on board, so please take this into consideration when booking this trip.

Registration and Payment Details:
In order to hold a reservation for the tour, full payment is due when you register. We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, money orders, and wire transfers. If you pay by credit card, it will appear on your statement as being paid to Opportunity Travel. Make money orders payable to Opportunity Travel, 235 NE 4th Ave., Suite 102, Delray Beach, FL 33483 USA.

Cancellation Policy:
The tour is completely non-refundable. If you cancel due to medical reasons that are covered by your purchased travel-insurance policy, we will advise the insurance company that your travel and conference or tour fees are non-refundable.

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