Entry and Immigration to Easter Island
New Law 21.070 - Regulations and Residence in Rapa Nui
Tourists must meet all the entry requirements for foreigners visiting Chile, as listed in Interior Ministry Decree Law No. 1,094, issued in 1975. However, there are additional special requirements for entering the territory of Rapa Nui. This law 21.070 arises to ensure the conditions that enable sustainable development on Rapa Nui, protect the quality of life of island inhabitants and conserve the island’s environmental and cultural heritage.
New requirements to visit Easter Island as a TOURIST
Length of stay: You can only stay in the territory for a maximum period of 30 days
Documents required before you board a plane to Easter Island (Ready to fly):
Present your passport
Show a copy of the return ticket within 30 days.
Show the copy of your accommodation booking authorized by SERNATUR - Chilean National Tourism Service
As a tourist, you may only stay in a Sernatur-accredited accommodation therefore we recommend you check with your hotel, hostel, cabin if they are registered with SERNATUR. Make sure you bring a printed or online copy of your booking document to be presented at the moment of boarding.
Reopening conditions of entry to Easter Island
Negative PCR 24 hours prior to arrival done at a health center authorized in Santiago.
Documents review at the time of the check-in at Santiago Airport / Ready to fly: Valid Passport - FUI form - accommodation authorized by SERNATUR.
Mask is required in the National Park during your tour.
A National Park ticket is necessary to enter the main sites on Easter Island. This ticket has a cost of US$80 payable with a credit card or debit available for purchase on the main street of Hanga Roa.
From now on using a local guide to enter the national park will be mandatory. We recommend booking your tours before arriving on Easter Island.
If you have any questions please don't hesitate to contact us !