Passport holders from the following countries (non-exhaustive list) do not require tourist visa:
Argentina, Austria, Belgium, Brasil, Colombia, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Singapore, Spain, Switzerland, Sweden, South Africa, South Korea, UK, Venezuela
Passport holders from the following countries do not require tourist visa but they have to pay a reciprocity fee at Chile airport: Australia, Canada, Mexico, USA. Check the reciprocity fee here!
Passport holders from the following countries (non-exhaustive list) do require tourist visa: China, India, Iran, Iraq, Taiwan
Passport holders from all other countries please click here! (Check the “Req. VISTUR” column, a “NO” means that no tourist visa is required, a “SI” means that a tourist visa is required)
Disclaimer: The visa information given here is not official, therefore the conference organizers take no responsibility due to errors or government changing policies.
There are direct flights to Santiago, Chile, from the following cities:
- Atlanta, USA (Delta)
- Auckland, New Zealand (Lan Chile)
- Bogota, Colombia (Avianca, Lan Chile)
- Buenos Aires, Argentina (Aerolineas Argentinas, Lan Chile, Air Canada)
- Dallas, USA (American Airlines)
- Sao Paulo, Brazil (Lan Chile, TAM)
- Madrid, Spain (Iberia, Lan Chile)
- Mexico City (Aeromexico, Lan Chile)
- Miami (American Airlines, Lan Chile)
- Paris, France (Air France)
- Sydney, Australia (Qantas)
- Toronto (Air Canada)
Flights to Santiago might be cheaper with a stop in Buenos Aires, Miami or Sao Paulo. For example, Lufthansa has direct flights to Sao Paulo from Munich and Franckfurt. British Airways has direct flights from London to Sao Paulo and Buenos Aires. From Japan, you may fly all American via Dallas.