As of December 22, non-resident foreigners who have been in the United Kingdom during the last 14 days cannot enter Chile. Chileans and resident foreigners who have been in the United Kingdom during the last 14 days must observe a mandatory quarantine.
Keep in mind the following recommendations to make your trip to Chile safe:
To travel within the country, please consider that you can only travel to districts in phase 2, 3 or 4. If the trip begins from a district in phase 2 (Preparation), each person over the age of 18 must have their “Vacation Permit” that can be obtained through the website www.comisariavirtual.cl. If the trip begins from a district in phase 3 or 4 (Initial Opening) to other districts in the same phases, a Vacation Permit is not required. You cannot travel between regions if the district of origin or destination is in phase 1 (Quarantine).
For those communes in phase 1, travel between regions is not allowed. It is recommended that you check the website www.visorterritorial.cl to confirm the Step that each commune or town is.
Following all these measures and recommendations, you will be able to travel to Chile safely. So, if Chile is in your plans, you can be sure that we are ready to welcome you, because we also have a plan: to make your trip to Chile a unique and safe one.
Entry to cities or districts under this phase not allowed.
If you are on vacation and the destination changes to phase 1, you have two options: either comply with the quarantine in the area where you are or request a Return to Residence Permit to return to your district or country of origin. If you decide to return to your country of origin, the permit will allow you to get to the airport.
You may travel within the country to destinations that are under phase 2 or higher.
If you want to travel to another destination that is under phase 2 or higher, every person over 18 must carry a Traveler Sworn Statement(Form C19) and, additionally, a Vacation Permit. Minors must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
If you plan to travel from a destination under phase 3 or higher to another under the same phase, a Vacation Permit is not required, you only need to be in possession of a Traveler Sworn Statement (Form C19).
If you want to travel to a destination under phase 2, every person over 18 must carry a Traveler Sworn Statement along with a Vacation Permit. Minors must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
To travel between cities or districts under phase 4 or higher, a Vacation Permit is not required, only a Traveler Sworn Statement is required.
Traveling between cities or districts under phase 5 or higher allowed; a Vacation Permit is not required, only a Traveler Sworn Statement is required.
Travelers from abroad and travelers among regions must fill out the corresponding forms in the following link:www.c19.cl
Always keep in mind the basic and mandatory prevention measures in the context of a pandemic.
Use of face mask
The use of a face mask is mandatory in urban or populated areas, public roads, paid public or private transportation, elevators, enclosed areas, and common areas. This regulation is enforced throughout the domestic territory.
People must keep a 1-meter minimum distance from each other.
Hygiene, cleaning, and disinfecting
Regularly wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. All establishments should have hand sanitizer gel and hygiene, cleaning, and disinfecting protocols available.
Observe signage instructions stating capacity and health regulations posted in enclosed areas inside each establishment.
Check the details of the destinations in Chile according to 5 stages, or gradual steps, ranging from Quarantine to Advanced Opening.
Destinations that are in steps 3, 4 and 5, are enabled to accommodate tourists.
The new post-Covid-19 tourism will demand strict standards of hygiene and sanitation of spaces, therefore, the invitation is to adopt these recommendations and adopt a new travel culture
Tourism is opening its doors, let's enjoy it responsibly. Don't let your trip ruin the trip of others!
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