Chile officially reopened its borders on October 1 with stringent protocols in place. Shortly after opening, the Chilean government announced changes to its Protected Borders Plan. After witnessing a successful week with “very low” COVID-19 infection rates, officials made plans to update COVID-19 protocols.

Beginning November 1, vaccinated international travelers will no longer have to quarantine upon arrival if the PCR test they take when they arrive in the country is negative.TRENDING NOWReopening Plans

Will American Airlines Get Its 787s in Time for International…

With US International Travel Reopening, Expect Higher Prices…

Argentina Reopens To Vaccinated US Travelers November 1

Expedition Cruise Industry Ready for Safe Reopening

Cayman Islands Removes Quarantine for Fully Vaccinated

This is welcome news to the travel industry, and now is an ideal time for travel advisors to learn more about this interesting country and all it has to offer their clients. Whether it’s exploring the stunning lake and volcanoes, taking a road trip down the 770-mile Austral Highway, visiting Torres del Paine National Park or discovering the picturesque city of Punta Arenas, Chile has experiences on offer for all types of travelers.

Travel professionals are invited to discover the Chilean Patagonia and network and make new connections through an upcoming virtual event hosted by the Chile Tourism Board and ProChile, the Chilean Export Promotion Bureau.

Chilean tour operators, agencies, hotels and other members of the industry that encourage travel to the Patagonia region will be available to connect with for potential business opportunities.

The event will take place virtually from October 19 through October 21, and agents can schedule virtual matchmaking sessions for these dates.

In addition to making important new connections, participants have the opportunity to win two roundtrip tickets to Chile. To be eligible, advisors must present a potential collaboration idea following the event.

A traveler exploring Torres del Paine National Park (photo via Chile)

As clients regain the excitement for travel after months spent at home, they are looking for adventurous escapes, and the Chilean Patagonia is an ideal option to present to them. Learn all about what this place has to offer travelers through this informative virtual event.,50648477.html

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *