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Requirements for entering Easter Island

Entry to Easter Island

From September 1, 2022:

All visitors to Chile, over 18 years old, will only need to show their vaccination certificate issued in their country when boarding the flight to Chile, which, along with their identity document, will be valid as a Mobility Pass in Chilean territory, in order to enter hotels, eat in restaurants, or take flights within Chile..

It is mandatory to have received at least two doses of the primary vaccination program (or 1 dose for CanSino or Janssen vaccines). Only if booster injections are mandated in your home country, they will be required to enter Chile.

If you do not have the mandatory vaccinations, you must show proof of a negative test or PCR result obtained no later than 48 hours prior to your arrival in Chile and to board each domestic flights or enter to some all-inclusive hotels.

*This process it’s not necessary for children under 18 to enter Chile from September 1st onward. 

 

Mandatory to enter Easter Island: 

  • When boarding the flight to Easter Island, you must present your vaccination certificate or vaccination card issued in your country along with your ID.  The last dose must have been received at least 14 days prior to arrival.
  • Present a Negative PCR test result taken 24 hours before boarding. An antigen test from a health center will be allowed in minors under 6 years old.
  • Complete the form to enter Rapa Nui, from 48 hours prior arrival until the boarding time at Rapa Nui Entry Form.
  • All visitors to Easter Island will undergo to an antigen test upon arrival to the islandIf the result of the test is positive, you must obligatorily isolate yourself for 7 days at the address declared in your entry form or in the place determined by the Health Authority.
  • All people who arrive at Easter Island will be subject to a 7-day traveler monitoring protocol, by telephone, e-mail or face-to-face.

Recommended: 

  • A Health Insurance is not mandatory to enter Chile nor Easter Island; however, we recommend you travel with one that covers SARS CoV 2 (COVID19).

 

See our step-by-step guide to travel to Easter Island

 

 

If you plan on visiting Chile, we recommend that you review our link with the Requirements for Entering Chile.

If you plan on visiting Argentina, we recommend that you review our link with the Requirements for Entering Argentina.

If you plan on visiting Bolivia, we recommend that you review our link with the Requirements for Entering Bolivia.