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Chile is opening up and we are celebrating. For further info regarding entry requirements, please see the end of the email.


In October, travelArt team celebrated German unity day.

travelArt not only offers German-speaking tours in Chile, but was also founded by German enthusiasts of the South American country over 25 years ago and several members of our staff are actually Germans.

This is reason enough for us to celebrate this important holiday each year with all our colleagues [...]

CHILE MOMENT – RIDE WITH SANTIAGO'S CABLE CAR

BREATHTAKING PANORAMIC VIEW OVER SANTIAGO

For a special view of Santiago's skyline, take the cable car up to San Cristóbal Hill. Watch the video and enjoy a virtual ride with a unique panoramic view over Chile's capital [...]

NEW TOUR „INTENSIVE CHILE - INSPIRE YOUR INNER ADVENTURER“

15-DAY ADVENTURE TRAVEL PACKAGE

Ready for an adventurous trip through Chile full of contrasts?

This programme combines the country’s most beautiful destinations with sports activities [...]

ISLA MAGDALENA

START OF THE VISITING SEASON OF CHILE'S LARGEST PENGUIN COLONY

A tour to Magdalena Island, located in the middle of the Strait of Magellan, is a popular destination from Punta Arenas and a unique opportunity to observe penguins in their natural habitat [...]

Chile entry requirements


As of November 1st, the following entry requirements correspond to the current, official information. These announcements are recent and a complete protocol for entry should be out during the week.


CURRENT INFORMATION ON ENTRY REQUIREMENTS


  • Before entering the country, the vaccines received in one's own country must be confirmed so that a mobility passport (pase de movilidad) can be issued from Chile. The application for recognition of vaccines is made through the following page https://mevacuno.gob.cl/. Make sure this is the first step you take when planning your trip to Chile as it may take some time.

  • Complete the electronic form "Affidavit of the Traveler" up to 48 hours before boarding, in which you must provide your contact information, health and location history. This form will include a QR code as a means of verification. It can be completed at https://www.c19.cl/en.html

  • Tourists entering the country must have travel health insurance covering an amount of USD 30,000.

  • Proof of a negative PCR test taken 72 hours before boarding is still required. A PCR test is carried out again at the destination airport in Chile.

  • A PCR test is carried out at the destination airport in Chile. While the results are pending guests are asked to isolate at a hotel, private residence or similar locations. Once the test is negative, travelers can continue their itinerary.

On the official website https://chile.travel/en/traveltochileplan you will find the updated entry requirements as well as further information. There is no official date for the reopening of Easter Island at the moment.


Thank you and we are here to answer any questions you might have.


Cheers.


Daniel and travelArt team



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