2019 Lakeridge Peru Program

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Dear Families, Friends, and Travelers – Welcome to the 2019 Lakeridge Peru Program! We have created two webpages dedicated to this once in a lifetime experience so that travelers are as informed as possible throughout the process. This first page, the Pre-Enrollment page , is meant to share exciting details, highlights, and pertinent info that participants will want to know before enrolling. Once enrolled, the Post-Enrollment page is intended to prepare travelers for participation on the adventure ahead.
Please be sure to review the information thoroughly and get excited for PERU!
Travel Dates: June 21, 2019 - July 11, 2019
Group Organizer(s):
WTT/SSA Contact:
Program Tuition: $4,200 USD
Airfare not included in program tuition
Confirmed Airfare: $1,065
Deadline(s): July 15, 2018

What to Expect

Please read through all of the information below. More details will be added as your departure draws closer.

Itinerary

We work hard to create safe, engaging, and immersive itineraries for our travelers, but given the unpredictable nature of international travel we must remain flexible in our planning. Changes to a schedule are uncommon but if inclement weather pushes us off course or an unexpected opportunity arises which travelers are excited about, we reserve the right to adjust programming in the best interest of the group. 

DateLocationActivityLodging
June 21USA - Lima, PeruToday the group will depart from the US and fly to Lima, Peru. After our late night arrival, we will transfer to our hotel for some rest after a long travel day.Mami Panchita
June 22Lima - CuscoWe'll head back to the airport this morning and fly over the beautiful Andes to Cusco, the former capital of the Incan Empire. Cusco's dynamic history and endless displays of Quechua pride will be a great way for us to begin acclimating to the Peruvian way of life. Upon arrival, we will have an orientation meeting to discuss the upcoming trip in detail before a walking tour of the historic center. The rest of the day will be spent resting and acclimatizing to the high altitude.Pension Alemana
June 23CuscoAfter breakfast, we will tour the remarkable walled complex of Saqsayhuaman that lies on the northern outskirts of the Cusco. We will then embark on a photographic scavenger hunt around the central plaza of the city. We will finish the day working on our latin dance moves at a local salsa school!Pension Alemana
June 24Cusco - Homestay CommunityThis morning we will make our way to our host community. This is the true focus of our adventure in Peru. We will improve our Spanish language skills while learning the basics of Quechua, living with our carefully selected Peruvian host families. Upon arrival we will orient ourselves around town, discuss the details of our upcoming service project, and get to know our host families.Homestay
June 25Homestay CommunityThe days spent in our homestay community represent the heart and soul of the program as we will be volunteering on meaningful service project(s) during the day while also enjoying sufficient free time to hang out with our host families and fellow travelers, practice our language skills and explore the surrounding area. At the end of our time in the host community we'll help organize a going away party to celebrate the time with our new friends and family.Homestay
June 26Homestay CommunityToday we will work on our service project, explore the community, and get to know friends and family.Homestay
June 27Homestay CommunityToday we will work on our service project, explore the community, and get to know friends and family.Homestay
June 28Sacred ValleyAs a brief break from the community service project at the host village, we will pay a visit to a local women's weaving cooperative, where we will learn the history of this unique cultural practice. We will then continue on to Salineras, known for its thousands of salt pools cascading down the mountains, and Moray, an ancient Quechua agricultural laboratory. Depending on the group's energy, we will have the option to bike or drive between these sites, as well as on the beautiful descent into the Sacred Valley to conclude the day. Afterwards, we'll return to the host community.Homestay
June 29Homestay CommunityToday we will work on our service project, explore the community and get to know friends and family.Homestay
June 30Homestay CommunityToday we will work on our service project, explore the community and get to know friends and family.Homestay
July 1Pisac - OllantaytamboWe will leave our homestay community early and set out through the Sacred Valley to the town of Pisac, home to the largest regional market. We will explore the colorful market and use our Spanish language skills to negotiate good prices on world class crafts. In the afternoon, we will have the option to explore the remarkable ruins above town before returning back to Ollantaytambo for the evening.Homestay
July 2Homestay CommunityToday we will work on our service project, explore the community and get to know friends and family.Homestay
July 3Homestay CommunityToday we'll wrap up our service project, have a going away party, and say our goodbyes! The bravest among us can even try cuy, the Andean guinea pig eaten on special occasions.Homestay
July 4Aguas CalientesToday we will make our way to the train station in Ollantaytambo. From there, we'll take the beautiful train ride through the Sacred Valley to Aguas Calientes, the town at the base of Machu Picchu. We will rest in anticipation of our big day tomorrow!Aguas Calientes Hotel
July 5Machu PicchuLed by a local guide, we will climb to the top of Wayna Picchu mountain and reflect upon our program while viewing the incredible man-made marvel below surrounded by misty peaks. We will then make our descent to the citadel of Machu Picchu and learn about the history and significance of the famous ruins. Tonight, we will begin the overland journey to the Amazon jungle after a fulfilling day.Overnight bus
July 6AmazonAfter a short boat ride, we will be at our Eco Lodge, our home for the next few days as we explore the Amazon jungle. We will take day and night tours of the Amazon, hoping to see as much wildlife as possible, and learn about the ecology and culture of this critical ecosystem.Amazon Lodge
July 7AmazonToday we will spend the day exploring the amazing Amazon. We will have the option of canoeing through Lake Sandoval, a stunning palm-ringed lake that is home to unique wildlife or visiting an indigenous community. By night, we will take a hike to experience the nocturnal side of the jungle.Amazon Lodge
July 8AmazonToday we'll walk through the forest canopy on suspended bridges, keeping our eyes peeled for howler monkeys, toucans, and macaws. In the afternoon, we'll visit yet another kind of ecosystem on an island in the middle of the river, and learn more about the work that local organizations are doing to conserve this globally important refuge for wildlife. Amazon Lodge
July 9LimaToday we will make the long journey by boat, car, and plane from our lodge back to Lima, arriving in the evening. We will settle into our hotel and rest after the long travel day.Hotel Antigua Miraflores
July 10LimaToday we will explore the capital's historic center, including the plaza mayor and the catacombs underneath the convent of San Francisco. Later we will enjoy a final meal in country together overlooking the Pacific ocean before returning to the airport tonight ahead of our international departure.Airplane
July 11Lima - USADepart for the US early this morning and arrive home later this evening!Your own bed, eventually!

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Accommodations

In order to provide a safe and memorable experience for travelers, we follow strict guidelines when choosing our accommodations. Walking Tree partners with locally-operated, three-star equivalent hotels which are centrally located, clean, safe and wifi-enabled. 

For rooming, travelers are grouped by gender, and will never share rooms with people who are not associated with their group.  Non-binary travelers are accommodated. Group Organizers and Program Leaders, along with any other traveling adult, are roomed separately from students.
Below are the hotels we anticipate using on your trip, subject to availability. 
Mami Panchita

Mami Panchita is a family owned and operated colonial style guest house in San Miguel. Conveniently located between the airport and the attractions of the coastal neighborhoods, this hostel offers a cozy retreat from the bustle of the Peruvian capital that students will surely enjoy. Free Wi-Fi access throughout the building keeps everyone feeling connected. Students will be grouped in their rooms according to gender and availability.

Pension Alemana

Situated in the hills of the San Blas neighborhood, Pension Alemana is a beautiful bed and breakfast overlooking the historic center of Cusco. Representative of the city’s history and culture, this hotel blends Quechua and Spanish colonial styles to provide a stunning setting to relax at 11,000 feet. Free Wi-Fi access throughout the building keeps everyone feeling connected. Students will be grouped in their rooms according to gender and availability.

Corto Maltes Amazonia

The rustic lodge at Corto Maltes is a collection of beautifully finished wood bungalows, common spaces, kitchen cabin, pool and garden areas. This low-impact, eco-friendly lodge provides an important balance of comfort and style while enjoying the wild of the Amazon. Free Wi-Fi access is available in the common areas during certain times of day. Students will be grouped in their rooms according to gender and availability.

Hatun Inti

Hatun Inti is a modern, clean, and locally owned and operated hotel in the town of Aguas Calientes. The friendly staff, complimentary teas, delicious food, and modern amenities combine to make this hotel the perfect place to relax for travelers visiting Machu Picchu. Free Wi-Fi access throughout the building keeps everyone feeling connected. Students will be grouped in their rooms according to gender and availability.

Hotel Antigua Miraflores

Time-trapped colonial charm makes the Hotel Antigua Miraflores a living historic art piece that our students can enjoy day and night.  Groups will surely enjoy the elegance and character of a turn of the century mansion with all the comforts and amenities of a fine hotel with the warmth and charm of a colonial B&B. Tasteful decor, attention to detail, and the staff’s attentive and friendly service will make our students’ stay here, in the heart of cultural Lima, unforgettable. Free Wi-Fi access throughout the building keeps everyone feeling connected. Students will be grouped in their rooms according to gender and availability.

Group Flight

Type Carrier Name Carrier Code Flight Number Departure City Departure Date and Time  Arrival City Arrival Date and Time 
Outbound
AC
1840
PDX – Portland International Airport, Portland, USA
June 21, 2019 at 7:55AM
YYZ – Toronto Pearson International Airport, Toronto, Canada
June 21, 2019 at 3:25PM
Outbound
AC
1946
YYZ – Toronto Pearson International Airport, Toronto, Canada
June 21, 2019 at 6:00PM
LIM – Jorge Chavez International Airport, Lima, Peru
June 22, 2019 at 12:55AM
Inbound
AC
1943
LIM – Jorge Chavez International Airport, Lima, Peru
July 11, 2019 at 2:40AM
YUL – Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport, Montreal, Canada
July 11, 2019 at 11:55AM
Inbound
AC
413
YUL – Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport, Montreal, Canada
July 11, 2019 at 1:00PM
YYZ – Toronto Pearson International Airport, Toronto, Canada
July 11, 2019 at 2:19PM
Inbound
AC
1841
YYZ – Toronto Pearson International Airport, Toronto, Canada
July 11, 2019 at 6:00PM
PDX – Portland International Airport, Portland, USA
July 11, 2019 at 8:07PM

We will provide additional details on your Group’s Flight and travel day details here.

We will provide a group manifest – complete with reservation codes and ticket numbers – to the group organizer before departure. Nevertheless, travelers will need to check in at the airport and we recommend arriving no later than three hours prior to the scheduled departure. For details on exactly where and when to meet on the day of departure, please contact your Group Organizer.

A NOTE ON FLIGHTS
Air travel is unpredictable. Although we can ensure that our groups arrive to the airport with ample time and follow all airline instructions, there may still be instances when a flight is delayed or cancelled due to weather, mechanical problems, labor strikes, etc. Please note that in such an event Walking Tree Travel (WTT) is not financially responsible for unexpected costs incurred by travelers. Our programs officially begin and end in our host countries. That being said, our travelers’ well-being and safety is our number one priority, so please know that should flight delays/cancellations occur we will do everything we can to get travelers home in a timely manner and will do our best to keep family members updated on developments.

WTT is not responsible for fees associated with checked baggage. Please visit the airline’s baggage webpage to find out about baggage fees and options. It is also important to make sure your passport is valid for at least six months beyond the final day in country.

UN-ACCOMPANIED MINORS
Please confirm with your air travel provider as some airlines may require that travelers under a certain age have completed an unaccompanied minor parental consent form. Please consult the airline website to confirm if this is required on your flight.

Host Community and Project Details

Ollantaytambo is one of the few remaining towns laid out according to original Inca design, with active irrigation canals running along most streets.  Multiple ruins can be found in the hills surrounding this Sacred Valley town, and snowcapped peaks can be seen from several viewpoints. Many community members continue to speak with one another in Quechua, but almost all speak Spanish as well.  Walking Tree has been working with Ollantaytambo for nine years and our host families are looking forward to receiving this year’s students.

The service work will take place in the primary and secondary school Sagrado Corazon de Jesus in Urubamba, about 25 minutes from our host community. The service day will start with the group meeting up in the host community’s main plaza, then traveling together through the Sacred Valley to school where we will carry out our work until later in the afternoon. The specific tasks for our group will be determined by what previous groups are able to accomplish before our arrival, but will all contribute to the expansion of the school’s outdoor eating area. The labor will be physical and will likely consist of landscape work in the yard, mixing concrete, building shaded shelters and painting.

Packing List

What follows is a sample packing list, which will be updated for each program. We recommend you bring a larger piece of luggage like a roller, duffel bag, or backpack, as well as a smaller backpack that you can bring on hikes, weekend excursions and shorter activities.

Most importantly, be sure to remember your PASSPORT and STUDENT ID.

CLOTHES:
Underwear
Socks
T-shirts, tank tops or work shirts
Long sleeve shirts
Sweatshirt/jacket
Shorts
Jeans/pants
Swimsuit
Rain jacket
Sturdy shoes (appropriate for lots of walking/athletic activity)
Sports sandals ie Chacos/Tevas etc. (optional)
Flip flops (optional)
Hat

TOILETRIES: BRING THE BASIC TOILETRIES YOU NEED PLUS:
Sunscreen (you will use a lot)
Mosquito repellent
Band Aids and Neosporin, anti-diarrhea meds, basic first aid
Hand Sanitizer
Medication in properly marked original container (better to pack this in your carry on luggage)

MISCELLANEOUS:
Sunglasses
Journal and pen
Book/s
Camera (digital, disposable, waterproof)
Converter (Peru runs 220v, 60Hz AC electricity. Only necessary if electronic device doesn’t have built in converter)
Alarm Clock and watch
Debit card/US Dollars (we recommend about $100-$200, depending on amount of desired souvenirs, extra items etc.)
Durable water bottle with a personal water filtration system (optional- Walking Tree will always provide drinking water)
1 quick-dry towel
Soap for washing your own clothes while in the host community
Flashlight/headlamp
Batteries
Deck of cards or other portable games
Host family gift
Student ID
Spanish/English Dictionary

HOMESTAY GIFTS

Travelers often contact us regarding what an appropriate gift might be for their student’s host family. Host families are often curious about where our students come from and their families in the U.S. As such, we recommend a simple gift that describes, represents or depicts your home. Well-received gifts in the past have included calendars or picture/coffee table books from your city or state, a framed picture of your family, paraphernalia from a local sports team, toys, soccer balls, school supplies, or something produced or grown in your hometown, like chocolate, local candy, t-shirts, etc. The most important thing to keep in mind is not to worry about this… Anything, no matter its value, will be well received!

Support Team

At minimum, one experienced Program Leader will travel on every program. In addition to this full time leadership presence, Walking Tree has additional support staff in all destinations and 24/7 support from our headquarters in Denver, Colorado where we remain available to the group for additional help whenever necessary. Below you’ll find a list of the team members involved in the planning, organizing, and leadership of your program. Meet your support team!

Gabriel Duncan
Gabriel Duncan
Co-Founder of Walking Tree Travel and Business Lead - Denver, CO


Colby College – B.A. International Relations and Government

While at Colby, Gabriel spent a semester in Spain at the University of Salamanca studying contemporary Spanish politics and Spanish language. He also lettered for four-years on Colby’s lacrosse team and earned All-American honors. After graduating, Gabriel hit the road. He fished commercially in Alaska, taught in Chile and China, led programs for students in Spain and Costa Rica, and traveled to over 50 countries and all 50 states in the USA. Regardless of where Gabriel is located, he is constantly haunted by his naive faith and unconditional love for Denver sports teams.

Tommy Tyson
Tommy Tyson
Country Director, Country Operations Manager - Peru


University of Denver – B.A. Spanish, Minors in History and Hebrew

Tommy graduated from the University of Denver with B.A in Spanish and minored in History and Hebrew studies. His hobbies include camping, basketball, studying history, traveling and learning languages. Fluent in both Spanish and Hebrew, Tommy first developed his love of languages and Latin American culture at the age of ten on a mission trip in Mexico. This experience and the subsequent trips to follow inspired him to study Spanish in school and to pursue more development work in other areas of Latin America as well. During a semester abroad in college in Cusco, Peru, Tommy had the pleasure of working alongside ProWorld Peru in rural communities like Ocurruro, Urubamba and Ollantaytambo. Before becoming our Peru Country Director, Tommy spent time building houses in El Salvador with Habitat for Humanity. He now lives in Cusco, Peru full time!

Natalia Boquet
Natalia Boquet
Argentina Country Director


College Universidad de Buenos Aires (UBA)- Degree in Lettres, Technical degree in Film Directing

Natalia was born and has always lived in Buenos Aires, where she graduated from Universidad de Buenos Aires with a degree in Lettres and from CIEVYC with a technical degree in Film Directing.

She co-founded a Spanish School when she was 24, just after her first solo travel, which started a long saga that took her to more than 20 countries in South America, Europe and Asia.

Natalia lives with a beautiful white cat that loves hunting doves to offer them up to her. She loves plants, red wine, sci-fi movies, thai food, live music, biking, cooking, reading and, of course, traveling.

Elizabeth D’Amours
Elizabeth D’Amours
Program Leader

Group Roster

See below for a list of travelers enrolled on the program.

  • 1 Alp Dogan
  • 2 Anna Seely
  • 3 Benjamin Burk
  • 4 Cameron Williams
  • 5 Carolyn Mount
  • 6 Christopher Keller: Group Organizer
  • 7 Dylan Jun
  • 8 Eliza Buchanan
  • 9 Elizabeth Miller
  • 10 Emily Johnson
  • 11 Emma Spitzig
  • 12 Evan Melendez
  • 13 Hope Williams
  • 14 Joseph Migchelbrink
  • 15 Joseph Swanson
  • 16 Joshua Gurganus
  • 17 Julie Pacheco-Toye: Group Organizer
  • 18 Kalista Marandas
  • 19 Kathryn Delay-Brooks
  • 20 Keely Lipp
  • 21 Kelley Jenkins: Group Organizer
  • 22 Leah Guliasi - Junior Leader
  • 23 Mackenzie Smallen
  • 24 Matigan Williams
  • 25 Mete Bakircioglu
  • 26 Nicole Coronado
  • 27 Nicole Konicke
  • 28 Shelby Gladwell
  • 29 Sophie Lowy
  • 30 Tia Lempert
30 Travelers

Blog and Communication

We work hard to keep families updated as frequently as possible with blogs and photos, giving you peace of mind that your traveler is safe and thriving on their program.  Students regularly contribute to these posts, giving parents a great way to vicariously track the progress of the trip. You will receive an email notification when the first blog is posted, and can check back any time via the black “Program Blog” button at the top of this page or the link included in the email.

Beyond our proactive approach to communication during the trip, most destinations are wired enough to allow participants semi-regular access to WiFi. Ask your Walking Tree representative about the degree of connectivity on your program.

For any general inquiries during travel, please email your Walking Tree Representative (see top of page) or info@walkingtree.org. You can also reach us by dialing 303-242-8541 from the United States.

 

GLC Curriculum

We have developed a curriculum of activities designed to help each of our travelers mature as global leaders before, during, and after their travel program. These simple and engaging tools are meant to spark discussion, frame experiences, and prepare participants to travel ethically and effectively both on this trip and on future adventures.

For more information about student learning objectives and the format of the curriculum, click on the ‘learn more’ button below.

Learn More About the GLC

To view and complete the Pre-Program Activities, visit our online portal at the button below.

Pre-Program Activity Portal

Standards of Behavior

Walking Tree provides fun, safe, and meaningful programs for our travelers. In order to achieve this goal, it is important that we create an environment of trust, security and respect. All individuals participating in our programs are required to take responsibility for their actions and adhere to a high standard of behavioral conduct. Any of the following are grounds for early dismissal or in-country consequences at our discretion.

ABSOLUTE DISMISSAL

  1. Possessing, consuming or distributing alcohol or illegal drugs
  2. Associating with participants while they are in possession of or are consuming or distributing alcohol or illegal drugs
  3. Behaving in a way that consistently damages the group dynamic or jeopardizes personal or group safety. This includes consistently displaying a negative attitude, intimidating or excluding other participants, sneaking out, disobeying group leaders, and any other behavior that is not conducive to an atmosphere of trust and mutual respect.

GROUNDS FOR DISMISSAL OR IN-COUNTRY CONSEQUENCE

  1. Getting a piercing or tattoo
  2. Stealing, or deliberately damaging or defacing any personal property, buildings or materials
  3. Threatening with or using weapons such as firearms, knives, explosives, etc.
  4. Riding mopeds, motorcycles, or any other type of unauthorized vehicle
  5. Being out of designated area or accommodations after curfew
  6. Breaking group rules

These standards of behavior are essential for the successful completion of a travel program. Please take the time to review these rules as a family and make sure everyone understands and agrees to them before choosing to travel with us.

Health and Safety

We strongly recommend visiting the CDC Peru website to get the most updated information on health and vaccination considerations in your destination country. In addition, we encourage you to consult with your personal family physician so you can be as informed as possible when making important decisions about vaccinations and other necessary health-related preparations before travel.

Our in-country staff prepare meticulously for all programs. Walking Tree will register our programs and travelers with the U.S. Department of State Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP) in case of emergency. In country staff also verify the safety records of our partner organizations, vendors, and transportation providers, thoroughly vet homestay families via in depth interviews and home visits, and keep up on important current events in the region.

Program Leaders are seasoned travelers who are CPR and First Aid certified, undergo thorough training in crisis management, and participate in a multi-day leadership training retreat. We do our best to prepare for any eventuality and have detailed emergency protocols for our leaders, in-country staff and U.S.-based staff.

We receive medical disclosures from all participants to ensure we are able to meet every students’ needs during the program. Please inform us immediately of any additional health issues that you did not list during your initial registration process. Program Leaders will also hold an online information session before your departure, as well as an arrival orientation in-country, in order to give participants important instructions on food safety, hygiene and preventing injury and illness. Leaders and in-country staff always respond immediately to any mental, physical or emotional health issues and follow comprehensive emergency protocols.

Insurance

While we work hard to ensure the safest experience possible for our travelers while on program, experience has taught us that travel is never without risk. For this reason, we suggest you consider purchasing Premier travel insurance which would cover you in the event your student needs to withdraw before travel due to a covered reason or loses baggage in route or encounters an emergency while traveling, among other unforeseen circumstances. While most travelers have opted in for us to purchase basic travel insurance on their behalf during the enrollment process, this plan does not cover trip interruption or trip cancellation. Please see a summary of a plan below and follow the link for a more detailed explanation or to purchase the plan for your traveler.

-Recommended Travel Insurance-

Premier*
Trip Cancellation Up to 100% of Trip Cost
Reimburses your prepaid, non-refundable expenses if you must cancel your trip due to a covered reason.
Maximum coverage: $100,000.

Trip Interruption Up to 150% of Trip Cost
Reimburses for the unused, non-refundable portion of your trip and for the increased transportation costs it takes for you to return home or to continue your trip due to a covered reason. Maximum coverage: $150,000.

Missed Connection $1,600
Reimburses for covered expenses resulting from a covered delay that causes you to miss your scheduled flight or cruise.

Travel Delay $1,600
Receive up to $200 per day per person to cover additional accommodation/travel expenses and lost prepaid expenses due to a departure delay of six or more hours.

Medical Protection: 
Emergency Medical and Dental $50,000
-This primary coverage provides reimbursement for expenses incurred during your trip due to covered medical and dental emergencies. No deductible.
-$750 maximum for emergency dental care.

Baggage Protection
Baggage Loss/Damage $2,000
Covers loss, damage or theft of baggage and personal effects.

Baggage Delay $600
Covers the reasonable additional purchase of essential items during your trip if your baggage is delayed or misdirected by a common carrier for 24 hours or more. Receipts for emergency purchases are required.

Assistance Services
Emergency Medical Transportation $1,000,000
Provides medically necessary transportation to the nearest appropriate facility following a covered injury or illness. Also covers the cost of your transportation back home following a covered injury or illness.

24-Hour Hotline Help Included
Help is just a phone call away with Allianz Global Assistance. Our staff of multilingual problem solvers is available to help you with a medical, legal or travel-related emergency.

*Terms, conditions, and exclusions apply. Insurance benefits underwritten by BCS Insurance Company (OH, Administrative Office: Oakbrook Terrace, IL), rated “A­” (Excellent) by A.M. Best Co., under BCS Form No. 52.201 series or 52.401 series, or Jefferson Insurance Company (NY, Administrative Office: Richmond, VA), rated “A+” (Superior) by A.M. Best Co., under Jefferson Form No. 101­C series or 101­P series, depending on your state of residence. Plan(s) may not be available in all jurisdictions. Allianz Global Assistance and Allianz Travel Insurance are marks of AGA Service Company or its affiliates. AGA Service Company is the licensed producer and administrator of this plan and an affiliate of Jefferson Insurance Company. The insured shall not receive any special benefit or advantage due to the affiliation between AGA Service Company and Jefferson InsuranceCompany. Non­ Insurance benefits/products are provided and serviced by AGA Service Company. Consumer may be responsible for charges incurred from outside vendors for assistance or concierge services. Contact AGA Service Company at 800­-284­-8300 or 9950 Mayland Drive, Richmond, VA 23233 or customerservice@allianzassistance.com.

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