Chile’s Tour Operator, La Patrie Tours, said at least 30 people were killed in a quake near the village of Maracay in Mali’s far east on Friday, the deadliest earthquake the region has experienced since a 6.7 magnitude quake in 2007.
The quake struck about 500 km (310 miles) northeast of Maracaibo, where the tour operators offices are located.
The Tour Operators’ Ministry said the death toll could rise as more people are accounted for.
Chile has seen a spate of quakes in recent years.
Earlier this year, two temblors killed 17 people in the central Chilean town of Punta Arenas.
In 2016, a 7.9 magnitude earthquake killed at least 23 people in Santiago.
Chile is home to many tour operators operating in the mountainous, mountainous region.
Tourism officials said in April that they were working to ensure that safety was not compromised by the quake and that the government was working with its partners to provide necessary relief aid.
A few weeks ago, we asked readers to vote for the best tour operator to handle your group of friends, family, and strangers in Portugal.
We found that the answer was quite a wide variety of operators, with several offering different ways of booking and booking different groups.
So, in this article, we’re going to break down the best of the best, using our own personal experience with all of them.
We’ll start by looking at the most popular options for groups of five or more.
We chose to look at the five most popular tours operators for groups under two, and then looked at the best option for groups who only have one member.
This means that we’ve got three operators for each group.
In the end, we found that it was worth a bit of consideration to choose the right operator for the right situation.
We’re also going to look into the two best tour operators for families, with one family tour operator offering a more flexible and efficient service than the others.