Getting Into Chile

Chile is a very open country, and we love visitors.

In 2018 close to 7 million travelers came to Chile for tourism and business. The pandemic, of course affected travel all over the world but travel is recovering, and Chile is fully open!

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Getting Into Chile

Entry and visa requirements

In general, you need a valid passport to enter Chile, except for citizens from Argentina, Uruguay, Brazil, Colombia, Bolivia, Ecuador, Paraguay and Perú, who can enter with their valid national identification document. Tourist entry is for 90 days and the immigration police officer at the airport will make the final admission decision. You might be asked to show a proof of your return ticket and of founds to sustain you during your visit.

Agricultural and Livestock Control Form

Also, you will be required to complete and agricultural and livestock control form. This can be completed in advanced of your arrival here:

https://djsimple.sag.gob.cl/etapas/ejecutar/1696937

Visa

Citizens of some countries do require to obtain a visa before coming to Chile. That visa must be obtained in foreign consular offices. Current information on the countries for which a visa is required is available in the following link:

https://serviciosconsulares.cl/tramites/site/artic/20190220/asocfile/20190
220161313/cuadro_de_aranceles_y_vistos_de_turismo_2020.pdf

COVID-19 requirements (information valid from October 2022)

The policies of the Chilean government to fight the pandemic have been praised by many. At this point, more than 90% of the population is fully vaccinated and the great majority of people have booster shots.

To enter Chile you must show a proof of full vaccination against COVID-19. If you are not vaccinated, you must show the result of a PCR test taken within a maximum of 48 hours from departure. At the airport, random sanitary checks might be performed.

Use of face masks is not mandatory except in medical facilities, but are recommended in close crowded places like public transportation.



Further information about entering Chile is available here

Notice, in addition, that if you are also planning to visit Eastern Island after or prior to the conference, there are
additional requirements.

Traveling to Chile

There are more than 20 airlines linking the Chilean capital with the rest of the world, with direct flights to cities in North America, Europe, Oceania, and of course throughout South America. Santiago’s world-class international airport (SCL) is building for the future. A new, state-of-the-art international terminal opened in 2021, capable of handling up to 45 million passengers a year, and thus making Santiago the key hub in South America.

FLIGHTS BETWEEN CHILE AND NORTH & CENTRAL AMERICA

Atlanta Delta
Dallas/Fort Worth American Airlines
Houston United
Los Angeles LATAM
Mexico City AeroMéxico & LATAM
Miami American Airlines & LATAM
New York LATAM
Panama City Copa Airlines
Toronto Air Canada

FLIGHTS BETWEEN CHILE AND SOUTH AMERICA

Bogotá LATAM
Buenos Aires Aerolíneas Argentinas & LATAM
Caracas LATAM
Córdoba LATAM
Guayaquil LATAM
La Paz Amazonas
Los Angeles LATAM
Mendoza LATAM
Mexico City AeroMéxico & LATAM
Montevideo LATAM
Rio de Janeiro LATAM
Rosario LATAM
Santa Cruz de la Sierra Amazonas
Sao Paulo LATAM

FLIGHTS BETWEEN CHILE AND EUROPE

Amsterdam KLM
Barcelona Level
Frankfurt LATAM
London British Airways
Madrid LATAM & Iberia
Paris Air France
Rome Alitalia

FLIGHTS BETWEEN CHILE AND OTHER DESTINATIONS

Auckland LATAM
Doha Qatar Airlines
Dubai Emirates
Melbourne LATAM & Qantas
Papeete LATAM
Sydney LATAM & Qantas

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