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Geo ⌂ @, Santiago de Chile, Donnerstag, 24. Oktober 2019, 11:06 (vor 91 Tagen) @ Michael

Hallo Michael,

ich hoffte jemand würde aus der Zone antworten.

Mein Miet-Camper hat die Route lieber geändert, aber overland geht es manierlich/normal zu; Grossstädte - im Camper sowieso nicht so verlockend - sollte man meiden. So auch aus einem anderen Forum was von Sernatur (dem Nationalen Tourismus Service) geäussert wurde, bezogen auf das ganze Land:

Recommendations for tourists visiting Chile: Most tourist attractions continue to operate.

Santiago, Chile. Monday, October 21, 2019.- The Undersecretary of Tourism and the National Tourism Board have reported today that most of the touristic activities throughout the country continue to operate normally, especially the most visited destinations, such as San Pedro de Atacama, Elqui Valley, Rapa Nui, Juan Fernández Island, the Chilean Patagonia and Torres del Paine National Park, among others.

As for the situation in the capital, Santiago, there is limited public transportation and commercial activity.

Furthermore, in the cities of Valparaíso, Concepción, Coquimbo and Rancagua, businesses and transportation are operating normally, although not to full capacity.

The Arturo Merino Benitez International Airport is operating on a regular basis, however, some airlines have rescheduled their flights to and from the capital, causing delays in flight departures. Transfers and taxis to the airport are operating partially, therefore passengers may expect delays in travel. The airports in all other regions of the country are operative, although flights have been and may be rescheduled.

In the event that the authorities restrict transit on public roads to the airport, the recommendation is to have one‘s passport and copy of the boarding pass for arrivals, and for departures, one‘s passport and proof of a plane ticket, which serve as a safe-passage for travels to and from the airport.

As for the bus terminals, these are operating normally in the entire country.

The Undersecretary of Tourism and the National Tourism Board insist on the importance of being well informed regarding responsible tourism, and to act accordingly. Their recommendation is to gather background information about the destinations they will visit and to be permanently informed, in addition to adopting a behavior of self-care and being respectful of the rules stipulated by local authorities.

Tourists are called upon to approach the Tourist Information Offices for further information and inquiries, and to always use official taxi services at the airports and tourist service providers certified by Sernatur.

Gute Weiterreise
Geo Gerd

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