GREAT NEWS!-ARGENTINA OPENS BORDERS FROM 1ST NOV
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Argentina opens its borders on November 1st. Here is everything you need to know. Leave your email address and we’ll keep you posted, or read our special content about Covid in our website. UPDATED TO OCTOBER, 2021
Argentina opens its borders on November 1st. Here is everything you need to know. Leave your email address and we’ll keep you posted, or read our special content about Covid in our website.
Last updated: 13/10/2021
Argentina is an amazing country to visit, but since March 2020 its borders have been closed to international tourism due to Covid-19 and the pandemic. However, in recent days there has been some great news on the situation: Argentina opens its borders for international travelers.
Argentina kept its borders closed to tourism since March but last September 21, the Government authorized the entry of tourists from neighboring countries from October 1 and from November 1, travelers from all countries will be allowed to enter the country.
Border crossings that will be open are:
Besides, The Argentine government approved the sanitary protocols that will allow the arrival of cruise ships to the port of Ushuaia from October 20.
The answer is yes! From November 1, all citizens from all countries will be able to visit Argentina
Travelers from all countries will be able to enter Argentina to enjoy its unique natural and cultural wonders.
Requirements for both neighboring citizens and other international visitors include:
Adults who have not been vaccinated or those traveling with underage kids without a complete vaccination scheme may also enter the country, but they must undergo a 7-day quarantine and take an additional PCR test on the 7th day.
That’s it! You are free to travel around Argentina. In other words, you are allowed to visit the “Paris of South America”, to enjoy world-class hiking trails in Patagonia, to discover one of the 8 New Wonders of the World in Iguazú and to experience many more once-in-a-lifetime adventures!
From October 1:
After more than a year of taking preventive measures to stem the spread of Coronavirus, infections have been decreasing substantially in Argentina.
The average amount of COVID-19 cases per day is 1100 and the positivity rounds 3%.
Argentina started its vaccination plan at the beginning of this year. So far, 67% of the population (30.190.984 people) have been vaccinated with at least one dose and 53% are fully vaccinated (24.136.688 people). Besides, the South American country started with the vaccination of children aged 3 to 11 last October 12.
Beyond Argentina’s travel restrictions, there are some general recommendations to keep in mind to enjoy your trip to Argentina in the safest way possible.
To sum up, if you are wondering “Can I travel to Argentina right now?” From November 1, you can!
So… Time to start planning your bucket list adventure to this amazing country!
Have you ever dreamed of Patagonia? Its season is just starting and we can’t wait to welcome you to our breathtaking landscapes. Here is a selection of our best tours in Patagonia to feed your wanderlust and start making some plans.
If you want to have more information about the opening of borders for tourists in Argentina, don’t forget to visit our page on Covid-19.
See you soon!
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