Reopening of borders

We are happy to tell you that the countries where our lodges are located have opened their borders to foreigners. We invite you to read the entry requirements for each country.

We have created a support service for all passengers with reservations to help with the process and documentation required to enter and leave Chile, such as vaccine accreditation and other steps. For this, send an email to contact@explora.com and add your reservation number to the subject line

We look forward to seeing you!

Entering the country

Recommendations

  • Valid passport.
  • Valid ID card or travel document from the country of origin for the following countries: Brazil, Bolivia, Uruguay, Paraguay, Chile, Peru, Venezuela, Ecuador, and Colombia.
  • There will be no need for temperature controls at the country’s points of entry, nor in transport destined for national territory.
  • If a positive or suspected case of COVID 19 is detected or reported at the point of entry, the Contingency Plan for that point of entry will be activated.

 

At the hotel
We recommend wearing masks during van transfers to and from the lodge, as well as for transfers to explorations.

 

If you need help with the documents required to travel, please contact contact@explora.com. Remember to add your reservation number to the subject line.

If you need help with reservations, quotes or more information, please contact our reservation team at reserve@explora.com.

Entering the country

  • Proof of vaccination in the country where the vaccine was applied.
  • Those who have not been vaccinated, should present a negative PCR test from a maximum of 48 hours prior to departure from their destination, in order to be able to enter Chile.
  • There is no entry requirement for those under the age of 18.

 

If you would like to enter as a tourist and you are from Venezuela, Haití, the Dominican Republic, Cuba or Dominica, prior to entry into Chile, you should have a Temporary Stay Visa. Dominicans who have valid North American visas are exempt from this requirement. Revise which other countries require a Visa to enter Chile in this link.

 

If you need help with the documents required to travel, please contact contact@explora.com. Remember to add your reservation number to the subject line.

If you require help with reservations, pricing or other information please contact our reservation team at reserve@explora.com

Entrance to the Island

  • ID card, passport or other official travel document.
  • Round trip ticket.
  • Reservation in tourist service registered in SERNATUR or letter of invitation processed in Provincial Delegation.
  • Complete sworn statement here: Electronic FUI | Ministry of the Interior
  • A full vaccination schedule certificate from the country of origin will be required of all NON-RESIDENTS who wish to visit the island.

 

Health measures

  • If a person has a persistent positive result because they have been tested positive with Covid they must attach two results: a PCR test carried out 48 hours before they have embarked and a PCR test done more than 10 days in advance of their date of embarking and which is no more than one month old.
  • If a person is classified as a close contact, they must comply with a quarantine of 5 days starting from their last contact with that confirmed case.
  • All persons may be subjected to a Covid test between the first and fifth day of their arrival. If a traveler refuses or obtains a positive test result, they must serve an obligatory 5 consecutive days of quarantine.

 

If you need help with the documents required to travel, please contact contact@explora.com. Remember to add your reservation number to the subject line.

If you need help with reservations, quotes or more information, please contact our reservation team at reserve@explora.com.

To enter the country

  • Prior to boarding, all travelers over the age of 12 will present their COVID-19 vaccination card with the full vaccination schedule, in Peru or abroad. Otherwise, they must present a negative PCR test performed up to 48 hours prior to boarding.
  • Child under 12 years of age must only be healthy and have no apparent symptoms of COVID-19 to board.
  • People who show symptoms upon arrival in Peru will enter mandatory isolation.

 

Once in the country

  • Use of KN95 or double mask (3 folds + fabric)
  • People with respiratory symptoms are obliged to use masks outdoors and indoors.
  • Physical distancing (1 meter) and continuous hand washing are maintained.

 

At the hotel
Masks are mandatory during van transfers to and from the lodge, as well as for transfers to explorations.

 

If you need help with the documents required to travel, please contact contact@explora.com. Remember to add your reservation number to the subject line.

If you need help with reservations, quotes or more information, please contact our reservation team at reserve@explora.com.

Entering BoliviaVISA:

 

You must have one of the following to enter Bolivia:

  • Covid-19 vaccination certificate in physical or digital format with a two-dose or single-dose regime at least 14 days before the date of arrival.
  • A negative PCR test no more than 72 hours before boarding in the country of origin, or a nasal antigen test no more than 48 hours prior to boarding in the country of origin. Tests requested for people over 5 years of age.


At the border, you will have to complete:
Traveler’s sworn statement for monitoring Covid-19.

 

If you need help with your vaccine approval process and the documents required to travel, please contact contact@explora.com. Remember to add your reservation number to the subject line.

If you need help with reservations, quotes or more information, please contact our reservation team at reserve@explora.com.

  • Entering the country

    Recommendations

    • Valid passport.
    • Valid ID card or travel document from the country of origin for the following countries: Brazil, Bolivia, Uruguay, Paraguay, Chile, Peru, Venezuela, Ecuador, and Colombia.
    • There will be no need for temperature controls at the country’s points of entry, nor in transport destined for national territory.
    • If a positive or suspected case of COVID 19 is detected or reported at the point of entry, the Contingency Plan for that point of entry will be activated.

     

    At the hotel
    We recommend wearing masks during van transfers to and from the lodge, as well as for transfers to explorations.

     

    If you need help with the documents required to travel, please contact contact@explora.com. Remember to add your reservation number to the subject line.

    If you need help with reservations, quotes or more information, please contact our reservation team at reserve@explora.com.

  • Entering the country

    • Proof of vaccination in the country where the vaccine was applied.
    • Those who have not been vaccinated, should present a negative PCR test from a maximum of 48 hours prior to departure from their destination, in order to be able to enter Chile.
    • There is no entry requirement for those under the age of 18.

     

    If you would like to enter as a tourist and you are from Venezuela, Haití, the Dominican Republic, Cuba or Dominica, prior to entry into Chile, you should have a Temporary Stay Visa. Dominicans who have valid North American visas are exempt from this requirement. Revise which other countries require a Visa to enter Chile in this link.

     

    If you need help with the documents required to travel, please contact contact@explora.com. Remember to add your reservation number to the subject line.

    If you require help with reservations, pricing or other information please contact our reservation team at reserve@explora.com

  • Entrance to the Island

    • ID card, passport or other official travel document.
    • Round trip ticket.
    • Reservation in tourist service registered in SERNATUR or letter of invitation processed in Provincial Delegation.
    • Complete sworn statement here: Electronic FUI | Ministry of the Interior
    • A full vaccination schedule certificate from the country of origin will be required of all NON-RESIDENTS who wish to visit the island.

     

    Health measures

    • If a person has a persistent positive result because they have been tested positive with Covid they must attach two results: a PCR test carried out 48 hours before they have embarked and a PCR test done more than 10 days in advance of their date of embarking and which is no more than one month old.
    • If a person is classified as a close contact, they must comply with a quarantine of 5 days starting from their last contact with that confirmed case.
    • All persons may be subjected to a Covid test between the first and fifth day of their arrival. If a traveler refuses or obtains a positive test result, they must serve an obligatory 5 consecutive days of quarantine.

     

    If you need help with the documents required to travel, please contact contact@explora.com. Remember to add your reservation number to the subject line.

    If you need help with reservations, quotes or more information, please contact our reservation team at reserve@explora.com.

  • To enter the country

    • Prior to boarding, all travelers over the age of 12 will present their COVID-19 vaccination card with the full vaccination schedule, in Peru or abroad. Otherwise, they must present a negative PCR test performed up to 48 hours prior to boarding.
    • Child under 12 years of age must only be healthy and have no apparent symptoms of COVID-19 to board.
    • People who show symptoms upon arrival in Peru will enter mandatory isolation.

     

    Once in the country

    • Use of KN95 or double mask (3 folds + fabric)
    • People with respiratory symptoms are obliged to use masks outdoors and indoors.
    • Physical distancing (1 meter) and continuous hand washing are maintained.

     

    At the hotel
    Masks are mandatory during van transfers to and from the lodge, as well as for transfers to explorations.

     

    If you need help with the documents required to travel, please contact contact@explora.com. Remember to add your reservation number to the subject line.

    If you need help with reservations, quotes or more information, please contact our reservation team at reserve@explora.com.

  • Entering BoliviaVISA:

     

    You must have one of the following to enter Bolivia:

    • Covid-19 vaccination certificate in physical or digital format with a two-dose or single-dose regime at least 14 days before the date of arrival.
    • A negative PCR test no more than 72 hours before boarding in the country of origin, or a nasal antigen test no more than 48 hours prior to boarding in the country of origin. Tests requested for people over 5 years of age.


    At the border, you will have to complete:
    Traveler’s sworn statement for monitoring Covid-19.

     

    If you need help with your vaccine approval process and the documents required to travel, please contact contact@explora.com. Remember to add your reservation number to the subject line.

    If you need help with reservations, quotes or more information, please contact our reservation team at reserve@explora.com.