25 Nov 2021 By travelpulse
Chile has amended its entry requirements for individuals who have received their booster vaccines.
Everyone who has received a booster shot will be exempt from taking a PCR coronavirus test and from the mandatory isolation period upon entry to Chile, streamlining the entry process.
The government also announced that Chacalluta, Colchane and Pino Hachado land border crossings will open on December 1. In January, the borders at Los Libertadores, Cardenal SamorÃ© and RÃo Don Guillermo will also reopen.
Chile won two awards at the 7th Annual Travvy Awards earlier this month, which is TravelPulseâ€™s own awards ceremony that recognizes destinations, cruise and tour operators, resorts and other industry notables using a panel of travel advisors to choose the winners.
This year, Chile won gold as the Best International Expedition/Adventure Destination and bronze as the Best Cruise Destination - Central & South America.
â€œItâ€™s an honor to be named a Travvy Awards winner as our win was determined by those who know us best: travel advisors and their clients,â€ said Andrea Wolleter, National Director of Sernatur, the government entity representing the Chile Tourism Board. â€œThese awards are a testament to Chileâ€™s commitment to offer unique and extraordinary experiences to our visitors.â€
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