Immigration to Easter Island
Residence and temporary visitation law
During the last decade, the population growth in Rapa Nui has been pointed out as the one responsible for the deterioration in the quality of basic services, waste management, environmental status and pollution of the oceans. From August 1st, 2018 comes into force the new law No. 21,070 that regulates the exercise of the rights to reside, stay and move to and from the special territory of Easter Island.
Entering Easter Island as a Tourist
Requirements to visit Easter Island
- Have a round trip ticket.
- Identification document – Passport
- Confirmation of a booking of any accomodation authorized by SERNATUR
- Unique Form (FUI)
Maximum period of permanece
- Any Chilean or foreign person who enters Easter Island can stay for up to 30 days.
FIU – Single Form
- Effective from August 1, 2018, the Chilean Investigative Police will request you to fill in the Single Form (FUI) for Entry into Easter Island at the airport and ports of Chile.
- Go to https://ingresorapanui.interior.gob.cl/and fill out the form with your arrival information.
Accommodation registered in SERNATUR
- Book an accommodation authorized by SERNATUR. A certified accommodation registered in SERNATUR will be required to present at the local authority before you board the plane to Easter Island.
- If you are not sure your accommodation is registered in SERNATUR your can check it on line at: https://serviciosturisticos.sernatur.cl/ You can also check with your accommodation if they are registered. Any printed document will be valid to present at the moment of your flight.