As of August 1st, the new Law of Residency and Permanence in Rapa Nui -which regulates entry to Easter Island- entered into force. This new measure seeks to preserve the heritage of the island, as well as reduce waste levels, excess of cars and increased migration.
The new norm stipulates that all tourists who wish to visit the island, whether Chilean or foreign, may do so for a maximum period of 30 days. In addition, upon entering, visitors must present valid identification, as well as a confirmed reservation in any of the accommodations authorized by the National Tourism Service (SERNATUR).
All the hotels Condor Travel Chile works with are validated under the SERNATUR certification.
To learn more about the law, you can access the following link: https://www.gob.cl/rapanuiprotegida/.
We would appreciate you inform your passengers to avoid any kind of inconvenience.
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