Documents: To enter Chile, you must present your passport with a residual validity of at least six months at the time of entering the country. Even children and minors must have a personal passport.
Entry visa: To enter Chile, a visa is usually not necessary for tourism, up to 90 days of stay in the country. But for citizens of some particular countries it may be required.
For the documents needed to travel to Chile we always recommend checking the official website of the country.
CHILE: HEALTH INSURANCE, TRAVEL INSURANCE, AND MEDICAL ASSISTANCE
Healthcare: Chilean health care and public hospitals are of pretty good quality, while private clinics provide excellent services, especially in larger cities. Health insurance that covers all medical costs is strongly recommended. These types of insurance should always be taken out when traveling abroad. With an expense of around 50/100 Euros per person you will make your trip more peaceful, because a travel insurance will cover your medical expenses, you will have your luggage insured in case of theft or damage, also many insurances provide for the reimbursement of your air ticket in case of no departure.
CHILE: MOBILE PHONES AND INTERNET
Telephones: The international dialing code of Chile: 0056.
Cell Phones: In Chile cell phones only work if tri-band or satellite. The mobile network technologies used in Chile are: GSM, GPRS, EDGE UMTS, HSDPA, HSPA +.
Mobile operators: Movistar, Entel, Claro, Nextel, VTR Móvil.
Internet: Many hotels in the country have free or paid Internet connections, there are many Internet cafes in every city in the country.
CHILE: POWER PLUGS AND ELECTRIC SOCKETS
Electricity: The electric current in Chile is 220 Volts, 50 Hz.
Electrical outlets: The power plugs and sockets used in Chile are type C and L. Both types of power plugs and sockets are the same as those used in Europe.
CHILE: CURRENCY AND BANKS
Currency: The currency unit in Chile is the Chilean Peso (CLP).