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Thread: Entering Chile by plane from the US? VISA or just TAX

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    If you enter via overland, as we did on the trekoftheamericas' there still in NO charge....Peru to Chile

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    Quote Originally Posted by adventuretrek View Post
    If you enter via overland, as we did on the trekoftheamericas' there still in NO charge....Peru to Chile
    I understand that the resaprocity fee for entering chile is no longer in effect. So, you shouldn't have to pay anything for to enter. However, if you are doing some kind of standby flying, check the seat availability continually. With the new treaty/agreement between Chile and the States, more people are flying and I've heard that, Delta at least, uses most of their flights as embargo flights. This means seats can be empty, but cargo weight of the plane can knock you out of going. This happened to us when we went back to the states in Aug of this year (2014). So, be prepared to possibly not get on the plane for standby flights. Plus, more Chileans are coming to the states, so the planes are a bit fuller than they were a few years ago.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EricMcGrew View Post
    I understand that the resaprocity fee for entering chile is no longer in effect. So, you shouldn't have to pay anything for to enter. However, if you are doing some kind of standby flying, check the seat availability continually. With the new treaty/agreement between Chile and the States, more people are flying and I've heard that, Delta at least, uses most of their flights as embargo flights. This means seats can be empty, but cargo weight of the plane can knock you out of going. This happened to us when we went back to the states in Aug of this year (2014). So, be prepared to possibly not get on the plane for standby flights. Plus, more Chileans are coming to the states, so the planes are a bit fuller than they were a few years ago.
    Good info thanks for sharing!
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    I paid 100 dollars , no visa needed

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