Chile Visa

The information above is for informational purposes only. All travelers should check to see if entry requirements and fees have changed.

Who needs a Visa?

Citizens of the United States, Canada, Australia, and Europe do not need a Visa, however a passport is required.

U.S. citizens traveling to Chile for recreation, tourism, business, or academic conferences do not need to obtain a visa prior to their arrival in Chile. A Tourist Card will be issued for a stay of up to 90 days. As of March 2014, there is NO reciprocity fee for U.S. citizens.

The Chilean government will collect a reciprocity fee upon arrival to Santiago Airport: US$132 for Canadian citizens, US$117 for Australian citizens, and US$23 for Mexican citizens payable in US currency or by credit card. Following payment of the reciprocity fee you’ll be issued a tourist card that is valid for 90 days and must be surrendered before departure.

NOTE that U.S. citizens going to Argentina still have to pay a $160 reciprocity fee online before entry.

Entry Requirements

  • Your passport must be valid 3 months beyond intended stay.
  • You must have tickets and documents for return or onward travel.
  • We recommend at least 2 blank pages in your passport per country visited.

Need Help with your Passport and Visa?

To obtain the most current entry requirements for your upcoming trip, please contact CIBTvisas or call CIBT at 800-577-2428.  Be sure to reference CIBT Account 55520 for reduced CIBT service fees.

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