We would like to remind you that the COVID-19 protocols are being constantly updated at the meeting website.
It is crucial that you validate your vaccines in order to get our mobility pass, which is an essential digital document that enables you to participate at the social eventsduring the Meeting.
You can find in our site a short video that explains how to make this procedure (100% Online): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g5HSGvQwUrM.
AT THE AIRPORT
1. Reciprocity Tax
Incoming passengers who hold an Australian passport should pay a Reciprocity Tax before going through the International Police security checkpoint, and then continue to Immigration Control
2. International Police
Passengers must submit their travel documents, i.e. passport or identity card, and the duly stamped visa as necessary, at International Police every time they fly into the country
International tourists are required to fill out a Tourist Card and hand in a copy of this document when leaving the country. Foreign residents in Chile must hand in a copy of this document upon their return (Chilean nationals are not required to fill out a Tourist Card when traveling)
2. Agricultural and Livestock Service (SAG) Affidavit
Every person over 18 years of age who enters Chile through Santiago Airport (SCL), must fill out the Agricultural and Livestock Service (SAG) Affidavit and indicate whether he or she is carrying vegetable and/or animal products in order to avoid the entry of pests and diseases that could harm agriculture
To avoid physical contact, the SAG has provided a Digital Affidavit available to passengers at sagingresoachile.cl or by a QR code available at the airport.
Schedule your entry to Chile: declare before starting your trip or when entering the country through your mobile device
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For getting around the city we recommend to use APPs like Uber and Cabify. The underground will be very close to the venue hotel. In order to take it, you must buy a card (CLP 1.550) and each trip costs around CLP 700. You can get the card at any Metro Station.
Our currency is the Chilean Peso (CLP) approximately 1 USD = 900 CLP. You can easily find ATMs and you can pay by card almost everywhere.
Money exchange offices are open Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and from 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Banks are open Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m
The voltage in Chile is 220V. Sockets require plugs with three round pins in a line (with the middle one being an earth) and two-pronged European style plugs can also be used. We recommend that you pack a universal travel adapter that will llow you to use a hairdryer, electric shaver, charge a mobile phone or other electrical items. You will also need a voltage converter if you're using appliances
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If you would like to get more touristic information or domestic flights, you can contact our Cocha Travel Agent, Claudia Fossa, who will help us during this event: firstname.lastname@example.org