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TOURISTS PERMITTED TO STAY A MAXIMUM OF 30 DAYS IN EASTER ISLAND

The Government, Decentralization and Regionalization Commission began the second constitutional process of the bill, which regulates the rights to reside, stay and move to and from the special territory of Easter Island will be exercised in order to protect the sustainability of the area, the ecosystem, protect the heritage and its natural resources. The message emphasizes that while it is positive that national and foreign visitors want to know the beauty of Easter Island, it is necessary to adopt actions to make this activity sustainable. The above considering that within the National Park have been registered more than 25,000 archaeological sites that require special protection.
The main idea is to regulate the circulation, stating foreign visitors can stay up to 30 days on the island, and clarifies that for Easter Islanders this rule will not apply.

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