Tourism Industry

Discover the latest news on Chile’s tourism industry and the efforts on a national and international level they carry out to boost domestic and receptive tourism.


Fotografía paisaje Parque Nacional Cerro Castilllo
Publicado 05 May 2021
Tourism Industry

Conaf confirmed this week that both national parks of the Los Lagos Region and Aysén Region, respectively, will be incorporated into the Green List of the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN).

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Publicado 08 April 2021
Tourism Industry

Announcements continue to be made to boost and revive the industry with different initiatives, from opening new hotels and new air routes to the reinforcement of Covid-19 biosecurity protocols.

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Publicado 07 April 2021
Tourism Industry

As of Monday, April 5, Chile began implementing the new sanitary protocol established by the Government to limit people mobility, prohibiting traveling overseas and the entry of non-resident foreigners throughout April.

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Publicado 29 March 2021
Tourism Industry

As of 5:00 a.m., Saturday, March 27th, every Metropolitan Area municipality will enter Phase 1, Quarantine. Additionally, in that weekend the temporary travel permit per person that was in effect for destinations under Phase 2 will be suspended to minimize traveling.

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Publicado 12 March 2021
Tourism Industry

A little over a month after the mass vaccination process throughout Chile started, more than 4,360,000 people have been inoculated, surpassing Germany’s, the United Arab Emirates’, Israel’s and the United States’ daily rate.

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Publicado 12 March 2021
Tourism Industry

To prevent a surge of coronavirus cases in the country, the health authorities reported a series of changes for Phase 2 (Transition) to the Step-by-Step Plan, which will come into effect on Saturday, March 13th at 5:00 am.

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Publicado 11 March 2021
Tourism Industry

The health authorities informed that from Thursday, March 11, all passengers arriving from Brazil or that have been in that country during the last 14 days will be transferred to a health residence where they will undergo a PCR test, in addition to the test they must show before boarding and will have to remain under quarantine until the result is delivered 24 or 48 hours later.

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Publicado 24 February 2021
Tourism Industry

The positive evolution of the pandemic during the last months allowed the Government to take the decision to delay the beginning of the curfew schedule to 11:00 pm throughout the domestic territory as of Thursday, February 25.

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Médico poniendo vacuna a paciente
Publicado 05 February 2021
Tourism Industry

The country thus joins the list of several countries that have already started their vaccination processes, including the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, and China.

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