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explora Takes “explora Passport” and “Club De Exploradores Del Sur De América” up a Notch – Or Two

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Enhanced money-saving benefits to travelers bent on adventure in the remotest regions of South America

Santiago, CHILE – Excellent news from the wilds of South America: explora has renewed the benefits of two popular programs with extra savings for travelers bent on adventure in the remotest regions of the continent.

Starting immediately, returning travelers who enroll in explora adventures through Club Exploradores del Sur de América (CESA) will enjoy savings of 10% off the total price of their reservation. That’s up from the 5% discount previously offered by the program.

Likewise, travelers employing explora Passport to combine two explora destinations in a single trip now receive a 10% discount – or a 15% discount on three or more destinations. The offer is good on all explora offerings in the Atacama Desert, Patagonia and Rapa Nui (Easter Island), as well as on explora Travesías.

As if all of the above weren’t enough, both CESA and explora Passport can also be combined and used together. Nice.

Terms and conditions:

  • Valid only for former explora travelers or for new travelers combining two or more destinations.
  • 15% discount off all massage treatments.
  • Automatic room upgrade from April through October for confirmed bookings
  • Subject to availability
  • Valid for new bookings only.

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