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For the moment foreigners can not travel to Argentina and Chile. However, Government has been changing the traveler restrictions very fast in the last period! Leave your email address and we’ll keep you posted on the last updates on travel requirements to visit Argentina and Chile.UPDATED September 13, 2021
For the moment foreigners can not travel to Argentina and Chile. However, Government has been changing the traveler restrictions very fast in the last period! Leave your email address and we’ll keep you posted on the last updates on travel requirements to visit Argentina and Chile.
While Chile has reopened its borders, Argentina has recently closed them to foreign travelers. That includes the region of Patagonia which is only available to visit for internal tourism.
However, foreign travelers are already welcome to the Chilean part of Patagonia, which included among many other natural attractions, the world-famous Torres del Paine.
Some of the current requirement established by the Chilean government upon arrival are:
Some useful tips to travel not only to Patagonia what anywhere right now:
Now, once you get to access Chile we can focus on the Patagonia travel warnings that you should take into account to avoid any complications during your trip.
If you are planning to visit Torres del Paine you will probably stay a night in Puerto Natales, the nearest city to the National Park. While in regular times you can stay in Puerto Natales whenever you want, now you can only overnight during the week.
In order to access the park and to avoid unnecessary crowds, you can now buy the tickets in advance. Also, you have to check-in before entering, otherwise, you won’t be allowed to visit the park. You can use the ticket entrance (a QR code) up to 15 days before and after the declared date to visit the national park.
Visit Patagonia will require you to follow the same sanity protocols established everywhere in the world. That’s to say:
It’s important for you to know that Patagonia itself has been declared a Safe Destination for the World Travel and Tourism Council. Why? Because:
To know more about the Safe Travel Stamps and the countries that applied you can follow this link.
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