The information below explains how to make and submit your travel arrangements for Outward Bound.


  1. You have been cleared to participate AND
  2. You are notified that your course has been confirmed as “GO.” In order for a course to be confirmed as “GO,” we must achieve a minimum number of firm enrollments.  Firm = applicants who are fully paid and cleared to participate.

We typically need 6 firm enrollments in order to confirm the course as “GO.” If you purchase airline tickets before notified to do so, make sure you either purchase refundable/transferable tickets OR purchase trip insurance covering the cost of airfare in the event your course is canceled or if you are not cleared to participate. North Carolina Outward Bound is not responsible for refunding the cost of airline tickets, clothing and gear, etc.

Important Information About Changing Airports in Argentina

Changing Airports Within Buenos Aires, Argentina

There are two airports in Buenos Aires, Argentina:  

  • Ezeiza Ministro Pistarini International Airport (EZE).
  • Jorge Newbery Aeropark domestic airport (AEP).

Some airline itineraries require a lengthy ground transport between EZE and AEP to/from San Carlos de Bariloche Airport (BRC).  Other itineraries offer direct flights to/from EZE and San Carlos de Bariloche Airport (BRC), avoiding the airport-to-airport ground transport. 

North Carolina Outward Bound recommends choosing a direct flight to/from EZE to BRC; however, flight availability changes regularly.

If your airline itinerary requires ground transportation between these airports, this transport is NOT included in your airline itinerary. You must arrange it separately before day of travel. If you choose this option, make sure your airline itinerary allows for 5 hours layover between the two airports. It will take significant time to clear airport security, get baggage, cross the city, check in and go through security again. Plus, there may be unforeseen delays due to traffic, road construction or weather.

Please refer to these websites to arrange ground transportation: