Travel Tales of Argentina
Last updated: 04/01/2021
The three newest restrictions are:
Chile’s travel restrictions are quite a few, but nothing too complicated to worry about. As many other nations, which have opened their borders to tourism, Chile, asks for some requirements that those who visit the country must meet.
Moving across Chile, travelers will have to navigate national and local curfews, wear face coverings in all urban areas, and accept that Chile’s travel restrictions may change rapidly and disrupt their travel plans.
They’ll have to considerer this travel restrictions:
The answer is yes. But as all travelers, they will have to present the three mandatory documents when boarding:
Also, American citizens should exercise caution by maintaining social distancing practices, following quarantine and sanitary procedures as directed by the Chilean government (including curfew), and following all sanitary and hygiene guidelines outlined by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to mitigate health risks.
When it comes to tourism purposes, nationals of certain countries can travel to Chile visa-free, provided that they will stay for less than 90 days. The visa-exempt nationals can travel to Chile with their passport and obtain a Tourist Card (Tarjeta de Turismo) from the immigration authorities upon the border crossing. Learn about countries requiring visa to visit Chile here.
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