Chile visas are not required for travel to Chile for most citizens staying less than three months. A Chile Entry Card (a.k.a. "Reciprocity Fee") is required for Australians upon arrival at Santiago's International Airport. As of 2014, US citizens, and as of 2015, Canadian citizens are no longer required to pay the reciprocity fee to enter Chile. This fee is proportional to the fee charged to Chileans visiting those countries. Payment is charged at the point of entry, and can be made in US Dollars, by cash, credit card, or traveler's check.
Note: As of December 2012, the Chilean Reciprocity Tax will be charged according to the following rates:
|Australians||USD $117.00||90 Days|
Please note: Visa and health information stated here is only a guideline. Only the information given by the consulate of the country you are planning to visit is up-to-date, official and correct.