Chile travel protocol by Turavion and travelArt
Greetings from Chile! Hope you are very well. Following our previous communication regarding Chile border opening, we are glad to share with you the following protocols which have just been released by local authorities: Because your safety is our priority, we invite you to inform yourself and learn about our “Travel to Chile” plan. What should you take into consideration to travel to Chile?
From midnight on Monday, November 23, those who arrive by air to the Arturo Merino Benitez Airport will be able to enter the country. Entry will take place in compliance with health measures to protect the health and security of both tourists and nationals.
All foreign tourists in order to board a plane and arrive in Chile must comply with three requirements: a PCR taken 72 hours before boarding the plane, a mandatory health insurance that covers the associated costs with COVID-19 and their Health Passport that must be completed at www.c19.cl.
During the first two weeks of the opening of this border, between November 23 and December 7, foreigners coming from high-risk countries, according to the WHO classification, will have to keep a 14-day quarantine in Chile. This list is published weekly on the World Health Organization website.
Tourists will not have to be quarantined, but they will be controlled through an application that will monitor them constantly to trace their whereabouts and the presence of any symptom that requires attention. More details about this to be informed once released by local authorities.
At the moment, only air travel to the Arturo Merino Benitez Airport will be allowed. Land and sea borders will remain closed until health conditions allow their reopening.
All foreigners entering the country must comply with the country’s sanitary measures such as the use of masks, prohibition of movement in quarantined communes or respect for curfews.
Thank you and we suggest you to check with us should you have any enquiry as protocols may vary depending on the information provided by local authorities.
Kind regards, Turavion and travelArt Team