Chile Travel Restrictions & Protocols

You can now travel to Chile. These are the requirements:


Complete the “Affidavit for Travelers” form online

(see explanation below)



A PCR and antigen tests carried out randomly upon arrival.



A COVID-19 medical insurence & a Mobility Pass (see below)

Covid-19 Frequently Asked Questions


Can I travel to Chile?


Yes! Chile has opened its borders for foreign travelers. Non-resident foreigners are able to enter Chile following the next measures:

  • Filling the “Affidavit for Travelers” form online, up to 48 hours before departure, in which you will provide your contact and health information and your travel details. This form will issue a QR code as a means of verification. This form is available at
  • At the points of entry to Chile, PCR and antigen tests will be carried out randomly on travelers. In the case of the PCR, they must comply with a quarantine until they obtain a negative result, while those who undergo an antigen test will not be able to enter until they have a negative result.

(Updated to: 3/8/2022)

Check out our “Guide to Complete Chile’s Affidavit”  and follow the steps to complete the forms requested by Chile’s Government.

If you need help completing any of the forms above or would like more information regarding the requirements, you can contact the Chilean Government through the following telephone number: +56 2 2871 7800.

For more information, you can visit or contact one of our specialists who will help you planning your trip to Chile.



Are commercial flights operating in Chile?


Yes, commercial flights are operating for both locals and foreign travelers.



Is public transportation operating in Chile?


Yes, you can travel between regions but only with a “Mobility Pass”.



It is possible to visit Easter Island?


Yes, you can visit the island. You must follow these requirements:

  • Fill the Affidavit 48 hours before the last flight to Chile. Check out our “Guide to Complete Chile’s Affidavit”  and follow the steps to complete the forms requested by Chile’s Government.
  • If you travel to Rapa Nui by ship or aircraft from Chilean territory, you must present a negative PCR certificate at the time of boarding and should not exceed 24 hours prior to departure.
  • You must have a round-trip ticket (as a tourist, you can only stay up to 30 days in the island)
  • To have a valid Mobility Pass + additional documents to visit Easter Island.

Addtional documents are:

  • An Entry Form specific to Easter Island.
  • Having a accommodation reservation in a SERNATUR registered place (only in Spanish).

Tickets to Rapana Nui National Park:

  • Until 31th September you can only buy tickets personally at the Ma’u Henua officeMust.
  • From 4th August online purchase and reservation will be available. However, you will be able to use your online bought tickets from 1st October 2022 onwards.
  • You must always be with a local guide inside the park.


(Updated to: 4/8/2022)


Which are the open airports?


Travelers are able to enter Chile through the following airports:

  • Arturo Merino Benítez Airport (SCL)
  • Iquique Airport (IQQ)
  • Antofagasta Airport (ANF)
  • Punta Arenas Airport (PUQ)


Can I enter Chile through land borders?


Yes. The following land border crossings are opened:

  • Concordia
  • Chungará-Tambo Quemado
  • Visviri
  • Colchane-Pisiga
  • Hito Cajón
  • Jama
  • Sico
  • San Pedro de Atacama
  • Salar de Ollagüe
  • Sistema Cristo Redentor
  • Pehuenche
  • Pino Hachado
  • Liucura
  • Huahum
  • Cardenal A. Samoré
  • Futaleufú
  • Rio Encuentro
  • Huemules
  • Rio Jeinemeni
  • Integración Austral
  • Dorotea
  • San Sebastián



What about Chile’s Vaccination Plan?


Chile’s National Vaccination Program against COVID-19 began on February 3rd, 2021. Chile has vaccinated 95,48% of the population with the first dosis while 94,10% are fully vaccinated. Among the vaccines given are: Pfizer-BioNTech, Sinovac, AstraZeneca, CanSino (Saval) and Janssen (Johnson & Johnson).

(Updated to 3/8/2022)




What is the daily number of confirmed COVID-19 cases?


Daily COVID-19 infections in Chile, with features now an average of 9773 cases each day.

(Updated to: 3/8/2022)



Are National Parks open in Chile?


Yes, all the National Parks are open. Visitors must maintain a one-meter distance between them.



Are PCR and/or antigen tests available for travelers in Chile?


Yes, and the test results reliably available within 72 hours. A COVID-19 test can be taken at any public hospital or private clinic. Travelers must pay for their own testing, whether by direct payment to the medical institution or through insurance.

COVID-19 Protocol at Chilean Airports

The use of a face mask is mandatory at all times.

Travellers must fill the “Passenger Location Form”

Signs on floors will indicate the minimum required separation distance.

Hand sanitizer will be available for all travelers.

Before flying

  • Touching the venue’s handles, gadgets in place, or your face is not permitted.
  • Pay attention to the directions of aviation staff.
  • Carry as few objects as possible in your pockets to avoid cluttering the control area. If this is not feasible, hold them in your hands and swiftly place them on trays.
  • Queue only if your name is called.
  • Maintain a distance of at least one meter from the boarding queue.



After the flight

  • Remember to sanitise your hands
  • Remove your luggage only when instructed.

COVID-19 Protocol at Chilean Bus Stations

Passengers need to present the “Mobility Pass”.

Travellers should keep a distance of 1 meter between them.

The bus should be aired out before and after the trip.

Hand sanitizer will be available for all travelers.

Temperature control when entering.

While travelling

  • Blankets, pillows, newspapers, and headphones are suspended.
  • Catering service, coffee and juice machines are also suspended.



When descending

  • Descending will be ordered by rows, respecting the required social distances.
  • When collecting luggage, a line must be made while maintaining the social distance of 1 meter.

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