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Paso International Los Libertadores

206 Reviews

Paso International Los Libertadores

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SIBARITA0305 wrote a review Nov 2019
Santiago, Chile578 contributions95 helpful votes
This is the border immigration compound between Chile and the Mendoza province in Argentina. The Chilean and Argentina immigration are integrated. However, it took us four long hours to cross the border to Argentina due to the high volume of vehicles during this long weekend in Chile. The immigration staff were nice but it seems there was a strike by the Customs staff in Argentina. We must say that the road is great on both sides of the border. This place is at 3200 meters of altitude.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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DMP2325 wrote a review Oct 2019
Phoenix, Arizona134 contributions23 helpful votes
This is a great way to get from Santiago to Mendoza. It is very scenic and thrilling to traverse the 29 switchbacks to crest the Andes. It is a 5 to 6 hour ride, longer if there are lines at the border. There are many bus companies that offer this fare and I am so glad we did the bus instead of fly. We chose a double decker bus and seats were very comfy. Make your reservations in advance so you can get on the top deck and seats in the front. Note that in winter months the pass may be closed so check first.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Silvio A wrote a review Oct 2019
Bogota, Colombia4 contributions1 helpful vote
if you wanna see the most powerfull range mountains, that is the place, you can see Condor, Fox and breathe the most clean air over the world. This is a place for enjoy the power of nature.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Adrian H wrote a review May 2018
Houston, Texas418 contributions116 helpful votes
Such a pity that Chile and Argentina are still stuck in the 1920's when it comes to their customs and immigration systems. Takes four people to do the job of one, guess it keeps the unemployment level low!!! Good news is the new border crossing is being constructed with the hope of great improvement.
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Date of experience: May 2018
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Renata Formoso wrote a review Mar 2018
Aldeia Velha, RJ110 contributions129 helpful votes
The road is great to drive. Well paved and signalized. There are police officers around and easy to drive.
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Date of experience: March 2018
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