Argentina Reciprocity Fee WAIVED

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Tim Durtschi seamlessly blending in with a group of Argentinian Military members two summers ago at SASS Argentina.

Since the early days of SASS’s South American expeditions, Argentina has charged what they call a “Reciprocity Fee” for US, Canadian, and Australian citizens to enter the country in order to receive their 90-day travel visa. After the fee was paid once, it was good for any return trips to Argentina for 10 years, but the $160 USD hit was still never fun.

As of March 2016, US citizens traveling to Argentina will NO LONGER need to pay the Reciprocity Fee. According to the Embassy of Argentina in the United States, “In order to strengthen the relationship between Argentina and the United States of America, the Argentine Government has resolved –starting March 24, 2016– to suspend the collection of the reciprocity fee from US passport holders who visit our country for less than 90 days, for tourist or business purposes.”

There you have it, even the Argentinian Government wants you to come to Argentina! Just in time to make it down to SASS, governments are working together to make it even easier for you to pull the trigger on this trip, this year. The time is now, carpe the diem, and fill out an inquiry. You won’t regret it, we promise.

SASS Argentina Homepage: www.sassglobaltravel.com/argentina

SASS Argentina Video Teaser: https://vimeo.com/164735368

SASS Argentina Inquiry Form: www.sassglobaltravel.com/argentina/inquiry

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