Flights from the United Kingdom are suspended until further notice. Travelers with a stopover in the UK will not be allowed to enter the country.
A negative PCR test issued within 96 hours before boarding is required for all passengers (children and infants included). Otherwise, passengers will be required to take a PCR test upon arrival and self-isolate for 14 days or until a negative test result is received.
Travelers who have been vaccinated against COVID-19 still need to present a negative PCR test upon arrival.
PCR test is not required for travel within Colombia.
Between 24 hours and 1 hour before departure, you must fill out the ‘Check-Mig’ form, available on the Migración Colombia website. You will receive a confirmation email that you will need to present upon arrival in Colombia.
Sea borders reopened on December 1st, 2020. Land and river borders will remain closed until June 1st, 2021.
The health emergency in Colombia has been extended until May 31st, 2021:
The use of face masks is mandatory in public places and in transport.
Large gatherings, over 50, are prohibited.
Alcohol consumption is prohibited in open spaces.
Regional, departmental and city authorities may be implementing local measures, including restrictions based on gender and/or identification numbers, curfews, and lockdowns.
Vaccination Progress: Currently Colombia’s population has an approximately 9.7% that have been vaccinated and 6.0% fully vaccinated.
Travelers to Ecuador and Galapagos Islands who have been completely vaccinated against COVID-19 can present their vaccination certificate instead of the negative RT-PCR or Antigen rapid test. (Applies to ages 2 and older)
In case of not having the vaccination certificate upon entry, travelers must present either a negative RT-PCR qualitative test result for COVID-19 taken up to 3 days before arrival or a negative Antigen rapid test.
If upon arrival a passenger presents COVID-19 related symptoms, despite their antigen test result, they will be evaluated by a health care worker and if needed will be taken to the nearest health center for a full evaluation. If they consider the possibility of infection then they will administer a rapid antigen test. If the result is positive the passenger must do 10-day isolation. If the result is negative then there is no need to self-isolate.
Travelers who are in transit to another destination do not need to present negative PCR testing nor a digital travel pass.
Upon arrival at the airport, all passengers will be required to sign a declaration form with their itinerary and local contact details.
To travel to the Galapagos Islands, Also, a “laissez-passez” or “safe passage” must be arranged through the agency booking the tour. Only official agencies can issue this permit.
Travelers inside Ecuadorian territory are required to use face masks at all times.
Masphi Lodge does require a negative PCR test that must be presented no more than 72 hours before entering. The test is covered and coordinated by the lodge, but must be requested in advance.
As of April 9th, 2021 passengers arriving from Brazil, including those who had been in transit only, will need to self-isolate for 10 days in any hotel accredited by the Ministry of Tourism, regardless of the results of any test for COVID-19.
Vaccination Progress: Currently Ecuador’s population has approximately 9.3% that have been vaccinated and4.4% fully vaccinated.
Galapagos Islands: The government has coordinated rapid vaccination for the islands. Most cruises, hotels, and other services work with local employees already vaccinated.
Travelers from India, South Africa, and Brazil will not be allowed to enter Peru until June 20th.
Travelers entering the country must fill out a sworn statement (click here for link) and also provide the following before boarding the plane: a negative molecular test (PCR), a negative antigen test, or a medical certificate of epidemiological discharge. PCR or antigen test results must be obtained no later than 72 hours before your flight. Applies only to 12 years old and over. Vaccinated travelers are also required to present this requirement.
There is no quarantine required.
The only requirement for local flights is the signature of a sworn statement indicating that the traveler does not have symptoms of COVID-19.
If upon arrival in Peru you test positive, you will have to self-isolate in the Villa Panamericana or any other temporary center in Lima or in the centers that the regional government assigns. You may end quarantine if you take an antigen test upon your arrival in the country and the result is negative. If you receive a positive result, you will need to quarantine where the health authorities decide.
Vaccination Progress: Currently Peru’s population has approximately 8.6% that have been vaccinated and 3.8% fully vaccinated.
Peru’s Government has updated the safety measures below until June 30th, 2021 to preserve the containment of the COVID-19 in their region. The authorities have divided the country into a three-tier system (Extreme, Very High, and High).
Extreme Tier: Includes the following regions: Áncash (Huarmey), Apurímac (Abancay, Chincheros and Grau), Arequipa (Islay), Ayacucho (Huamanga, Huanta and La Mar), Cajamarca (Hualgayoc), Cusco (Cusco, Anta and Canchis), Huancavelica (Tayacaja), Huánuco (Ambo and Leoncio Prado), Ica (Chincha), Junín (Concepción, Chanchamayo, Jauja, Satipo, Tarma and Yauli), La Libertad (Virú), Lambayeque (Chiclayo and Lambayeque), Madre de Dios (Tambopata), Pasco (Oxapampa), Puno (Puno, Melgar, San Román, Yunguyo) and San Martín (Bellavista and Lamas).
Curfew from 9 pm to 4 am from Monday to Saturday
A full lockdown applies on Sundays.
Beaches are closed
Interprovincial land passengers transport: open with 50% to 100% capacity, regulated by the Ministry of Transport
Casinos, gyms, movie theatres, and performing arts in closed spaces are closed. Performing arts in open spaces: open with 20% capacity
Shopping centers, galleries, department stores, shops: open with 20% capacity
Groceries shops, supermarkets, markets, drugstores: open with 40% capacity
Restaurants (internal areas with fans and open spaces): open with 30% capacity. Delivery service available until 11 pm
Churches are closed
Libraries, museums, archaeological sites, cultural centers and galleries, protected areas, botanic gardens, and zoos: open with a 30% capacity
Clubs and sports associations in open spaces are closed
Hairdressers, spas, facial massages, manicure, makeup services: open with 40% capacity and previous appointments
Cultural teaching in open spaces: open with 20% capacity
Banks: open with 40% capacity
Very High Tier: Includes the regions of Amazonas (Chachapoyas, Bagua, Bongará, Condorcanqui, Luya, Rodríguez de Mendoza and Utcubamba), Áncash (Huaraz, Aija, Antonio Raimondi, Asunción, Bolognesi, Carhuaz, Carlos Fermín Fitzcarrald, Casma, Corongo, Huari, Huaylas, Mariscal Luzuriaga, Ocros, Pallasca, Pomabamba, Recuay, Santa, Sihuas and Yungay), Apurímac (Andahuaylas, Antabamba, Aymaraes and Cotabambas), Arequipa (Arequipa, Camaná, Caravelí, Castilla, Caylloma, Condesuyos and La Unión), Ayacucho (Cangallo, Huanca Sancos, Lucanas, Parinacochas, Páucar del Sara Sara, Sucre, Víctor Fajardo and Vilcas Huamán), Cajamarca (Cajamarca, Cajabamba, Celendín, Chota, Contumazá, Cutervo, Jaén, San Ignacio, San Marcos, San Miguel, San Pablo and Santa Cruz), Callao (Callao), Cusco (Acomayo, Calca, Canas, Chumbivilcas, Espinar, La Convención, Paruro, Paucartambo, Quispicanchi and Urubamba), Huancavelica (Huancavelica, Acobamba, Angaraes, Castrovirreyna, Churcampa and Huaytará), Huánuco (Huánuco, Dos de Mayo, Huacaybamba, Huamalíes, Marañón, Pachitea, Puerto Inca, Lauricocha and Yarowilca), Ica (Ica, Nazca, Palpa and Pisco), Junín (Huancayo, Junín and Chupaca), La Libertad (Trujillo, Ascope, Bolívar, Chepén, Julcán, Otuzco, Pacasmayo, Pataz, Sánchez Carrión, Santiago de Chuco and Gran Chimú), Lambayeque (Ferreñafe), Lima (Lima Metropolitana, Barranca, Cajatambo, Canta, Cañete, Huaral, Huarochirí, Huaura, Oyón and Yauyos), Madre de Dios (Manu and Tahuamanu), Moquegua (Mariscal Nieto, General Sánchez Cerro and Ilo), Pasco (Pasco and Daniel Alcides Carrión), Piura (Piura, Ayabaca, Huancabamba, Morropón, Paita, Sullana, Talara and Sechura), Puno (Azángaro, Carabaya, Chucuito, El Collao, Huancané, Lampa, Moho, San Antonio de Putina and Sandia), San Martín (Moyobamba, El Dorado, Huallaga, Mariscal Cáceres, Picota, Rioja, San Martín and Tocache), Tacna (Tacna, Candarave, Jorge Basadre and Tarata), Tumbes (Tumbes, Contralmirante Villar and Zarumilla) and Ucayali (Coronel Portillo, Atalaya, Padre Abad and Purus).
Curfew from 9 pm to 4 am daily
Restriction of private vehicles: Sundays all day.
Interprovincial land passengers transport available with 50% to 100% capacity, regulated by the Ministry of Transport
Casinos, gyms, movie theatres, performing arts: open with 20% capacity. Performing arts in open spaces: open with 30% capacity
Shopping centers, galleries, department stores, shops: open with 30% capacity
Groceries shops, supermarkets, markets, drugstores: open with 50% capacity
Restaurants (internal areas): open with 30% capacity, restaurants (open space): open with 40% capacity
Churches: open with 20% capacity
Libraries, museums, archaeological sites, cultural centers and galleries, protected areas, botanic gardens, and zoos: open with 40% capacity
Clubs and sports associations in open spaces: open with 30% capacity
Cultural teaching in open spaces: open with 40% capacity
Banks: open with 50% capacity
High Tier: Includes regions of Loreto
Curfew from 10 pm to 4 am daily
Casinos, gyms, movie theatres, performing arts: open with 30% capacity. Performing arts in open spaces: open with 50% capacity
Shopping centers, galleries, department stores, shops: open with 40% capacity
Groceries shops, supermarkets, markets, drugstores: open with 60% capacity
Restaurants (internal areas): open with 50% capacity, restaurants (open space): open with 60% capacity
Churches: open with 30% capacity
Libraries, museums, archaeological sites, cultural centers and galleries, protected areas, botanic gardens, and zoos: open with 50% capacity
Clubs and sports associations in open spaces: open with 40% capacity
Banks: open with 60% capacity
The use of masks to move around the country is mandatory, however, the Ministry of Health of Peru recommends double masking as a preventive measure.
The use of face shields and double masking is mandatory when going to shopping malls, galleries, department stores, markets, supermarkets, stores, and drugstores throughout the country.
We remind the population to frequently wash their hands and keep social distance.
Passengers arriving from all countries require a PCR test taken up to 72 hours before flying and is required for everybody over 5-years of age to enter Bolivia.
On arrival, you must quarantine for 10 days, and pay for a PCR test on the 7th day of quarantine. Tourists must show proof of medical insurance that will cover the cost of treatment.
Travelers must advise where they will be staying in Bolivia and show proof of insurance with COVID-19 coverage.
Vaccination Progress: Currently Bolivia’s population has approximately 12% that have been vaccinated and 3.1% fully vaccinated.
Travelers are not permitted to enter Chile until June 15th. Additionally, all borders (including Santiago airport) will remain closed until further notice. There will be some exceptions that must be requested via the Comisaria Virtual website. Travelers who meet the entry requirements must complete a mandatory 10-day quarantine on arrival in Chile. This cannot be avoided under any circumstances, such as with proof of the COVID-19 vaccine. You will not be able to leave quarantine early with a negative PCR.
All travelers that have been in the United Kingdom during the last 14 days – are not currently permitted to enter Chile. Direct UK-Chile flights have been suspended until further notice.
All travelers (including Chileans, resident and non-resident foreign nationals) require a negative PCR test (rapid PCR tests will not be accepted) taken within 72-hours of boarding the flight to enter Chile. The mandatory 10-day quarantine will remain in place.
Be aware that Chilean health authorities at Santiago Airport are selecting passengers on arrival for random PCR testing, even when passengers have complied with the requirement to hold a negative PCR test on arrival.
Travelers who, at an arrival point in Chile, present one or two COVID-19 symptoms will have to enter a quarantined hotel until local health authorities give the all-clear.
Everyone must complete a declaration form, Pasaporte Sanitario, before entry. This will generate a QR-code by a separate email, which must be shown at entry. Health authorities at Santiago Airport may require the completion of a follow-up email form for 14 days from the arrival date.
Health insurance that covers medical treatment for COVID-19 during your stay, with a minimum coverage of USD 30,000.
A nationwide curfew is in place between 10 pm and 5 am, seven days a week.
Vaccination Progress: Currently Chile’s population has approximately 57% that have been vaccinated and 43% fully vaccinated.