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TRAVEL TO CHILE IN COVID TIMES – What you need to know



(as of December 1st, 2022)

For vaccinated persons travelling to Chile:

  • You can enter with the Vaccination Certificate issued by your country in addition to your Identity Document. We recommend to bring a printed copy.

For non-vaccinated persons travelling to Chile:

  • Non-vaccinated persons must present a negative PCR test taken no more than 48 hours before the flight departure to Chile.

On the official website chile.travel/planviajarachile, which is also available in English, you will find detailed information on the requirements for entering Chile, onward travel within the country and additional information.

Below you will find an infographic with the detailed requirements for entering Chile.


  • SAG affidavit (Servicio Agrícola y Ganadero): Do not bring prohibited products into Chile. Declare digitally before starting your trip (suggested in case you won’t have internet connection) in ingresoachile.cl.
  • It is no longer mandatory to have travel medical insurance which covers any expenses caused by Covid-19. Nevertheless, we still recommend having this insurance when you are travelling to our country.


Chile’s land border crossings are on the international borders with Argentina, Bolivia and Peru.
Click here to check the status of the land border crossings.


Easter Island reopened to tourism in August 2022 with the restart of LATAM airline flights, which will operate on Thursdays and Saturdays for the time being.

Click here for the infographic with the current entry requirements.

What should you take into consideration to travel to Chile?

We have put together an infographic for you with the most important information about entering and staying in Chile.

Guideline Entry to Chile

Here you can download the infographic as pdf file.