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Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) and

Explore Buenos Aires During the Total Solar Eclipse

YOU AND A FRIEND WILL:

  • Spend four nights in the beautiful, lively and passionate city of Buenos Aires
  • Head just outside the city (in your own rental car!) to see the rare total solar eclipse as the moon completely covers the sun 
  • Explore all the culture, shopping and food the city has to offer with a $1,000 stipend
  • Be flown out to Argentina and put up in the luxurious wine-themed Algodon Mansion
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What you'll do

You’ve likely experienced “Total Eclipse of the Heart” at karaoke, but now you’re going to experience something much more rare (and quieter): a total eclipse of the sun. You and a friend are heading to Buenos Aires, Argentina next July to witness the truly breathtaking view of a total solar eclipse on its path of totality. The city is nearly booked as this celestial event gets closer, but we’ve reserved a four-night stay at the elegant Algodon Mansion—just a stroll away from Buenos Aires’ main shopping boulevards, restaurants and galleries—all for you. And there’s even more. To really make you starry-eyed, we’re also hooking you up with $1,000 to spend as you please while you explore everything from steamy tango performances to mouthwatering steakhouses. While the eclipse may only last a few minutes, the memories of this trip will last a lifetime. Flights and hotel (with daily breakfast and a wine and charcuterie experience!) are included.

Who you'll help

Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is an independent humanitarian organization that delivers medical care to those affected by violence, disease, malnutrition, catastrophic events and exclusion from health care. Your generosity will allow MSF’s team of over 41,500 doctors, nurses, midwives, epidemiologists, water-and-sanitation experts and many others to reach their patients and continue their life-saving work. Today, that includes treating Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh, running emergency surgical programs for victims of landmines and bombings in war-torn Yemen and tackling an Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo.