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Requirements for entering Easter Island

Entry to Easter Island

All visitors to Easter Island over 18 years old, will only need to show their vaccination certificate issued in their country when boarding the flight to Rapa Nui, 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..

If you do not have the mandatory vaccinations, you will not be able to enter the island.

*This process it’s not necessary for children under 18 to enter Chile from September 1st, 2022, onward. 

Mandatory: 

  • When boarding the flight to Easter Island, you must present your vaccination certificate or vaccination card issued in your country along with your ID.
  • Complete the Single Entry Form (FUI) from 24 hours prior arrival until the boarding time.

Upon arrival:

  • All travelers may be tested for COVID between the first and fifth day of arrival. If the passenger refuses or tests positive, this person shall carry out mandatory quarantine for the following 5 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 5-day traveler monitoring protocol, by telephone, e-mail or face-to-face.
  • If a traveler is classified as close contact, the person shall carry out a 7-day quarantine from the last contact with the confirmed case.

Recommended: 

  • Travel Medical Insurance is not mandatory to enter Chile; however, we highly recommend passengers take out travel insurance. Your insurance should provide cover against personal accidents, medical expenses, emergency repatriation and personal liability as well as any adventure activities not covered under a standard insurance policy.
  • A PCR or antigen test to enter Rapa Nui, although it is not mandatory, we advise all travelers to undergo a diagnostic test before traveling (48 to 24 hours before boarding the domestic plane to Rapa Nui) to avoid any inconveniences upon arrival.

 

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.