ARGENTINA WELCOMES YOU AGAIN! BORDERS REOPENED
Travel Restrictions & Protocols
In order to avoid isolation upon arrival, passengers must have a complete vaccination schedule and present a PCR test before boarding (72 hs) or an antigen test before boarding (48 hs).*
All travelers entering or exiting Argentina have to present an electronic sworn statement within the 48 hours before their arrival or departure. The form is available here. Travelers may be required to present the confirmation e-mail they receive from this system to board any mean of transport.
During the first 14 days of their stay, travelers who enter the country must carry the documentation mentioned since it may be requested by authorities.
It is also necessary to book a COVID travel insurance before traveling.
*Children without a complete vaccination record don’t need to stay isolated for 7 days.
Yes! Borders are opened for all foreign travellers.
Foreign travellers are able to enter the country through the following airports and crossing points:
Argentina started its vaccination plan at the beginning of this year, and now approximately 86,9% of the population have been vaccinated with the first dosis while 76,4% are fully vaccinated.
Among the vaccines given are: Convidecia, Comirnaty, Sputnik V, Covishield, Sinopharm, AstraZeneca and Moderna (Updated to 26/01/2022).
The average amount of infections per day in Argentina is 95.000 (Updated to 26/01/2022).
Yes, both PCR and antigen tests are widely available in Buenos Aires City. Outside of Buenos Aires City, availability of testing can be varied.
In Buenos Aires, many private labs offer paid COVID-19 tests. This is a list of private labs in the city:
Pcr and antigen test are also available at the International Airport Ministro Pistarini.
Since September 21st, the face mask is only required in closed spaces or crowed places. Social gatherings are permitted without a restricted number of people. In addition, public transport can be used without any restriction.
Shops, bars and restaurants are offering their services with full capacity and sanitary protocols. Bars and nightclubs are open until 3:oo am.
Museums allow full capacity . Some museums have to be booked in advance, we suggest checking each museum’s web page and buying the tickets online.
For Buenos Aires residents, it is no longer necessary to have a COVID-19 test when returning to the city after travelling to another province (Updated to 26/01/2022).
Yes, all the National Parks in Argentina are open since May 31st, 2021. Tickets can be bought here.
We recommend booking in advance Argentina’s most popular destinations such as El Calafate and Iguazú Falls that are usually highly requested. It can be difficult to book a last-minute trip to any of these destinations considering tours and hotels don’t offer their full capacity because of COVID-19 protocols.
In addition, Iberá Wetlands is another that should be reserved in advance. This off-the-beaten-track destination offers a small and exclusive list of hotels since it is still an undiscovered paradise.
You can visit any of these websites:
Passengers travelling through Argentina should present a certificate of circulation.
The use of a face mask is mandatory at all times.
It is recommended to arrive early since preventive measures may require more time to complete the protocols at the airport.
Signs on floors will indicate the minimum required separation distance.
Temperature control when entering.
Hand sanitizer will be available for all travelers.
Passengers should present 2 certificates: International passenger motor transport service & Interurban passenger motor transport service of national jurisdiction.
Signs on floors will indicate the minimum separation distance required.
The bus should be aired out before and after the trip.
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