The Republic of Chile
Canadian nationals using Canadian passports do not need a visa to visit Chile as a tourist or business traveller. You may remain in Chile for a period of 90 days, renewable for 90 additional days at the Ministry of Internal Affairs, Aliens Department, Santiago, Chile. The old Reciprocity Fee was abolished on 22 November 2014: however it is still payable until the law is changed and published in mid-December. Please be prepared to pay the fee until that upcoming date.
NON-CANADIANS must apply IN PERSON at the Chilean Embassy or nearest consulate.
Citizens of other nationalities should inquire at the embassy whether or not a tourist visa is required to enter Chile.
Due to Chilean government regulations, you must apply in person for Chilean visas. Appointments are required before any application visit is allowed.
Embassy of Chile in Canada
1413 - 50 O'Connor Street, Ottawa, ON, K1P 6L2
When the appointment is made, the Chilean official will inform you of the required documents. The usual items requested are as follows for a Tourist Visa, and must be presented at the interview: valid passport; Canadian Permanent Resident card; proof of travel arrangements from travel agent; employment certificate/letter; names and ID of contacts in Chile; proof of marital status; and proof of economic solvency.
For more information about travel conditions, please visit the Foreign Affairs Web site.