Colombia reopened its borders for tourism on September 1, 2020. As per the Ministry of Transportation, Colombia’s International Airports are operating once again.
Currently, Colombian authorities are allowing the entry of travelers coming from all countries, except India and Brazil, and with no need to undergo testing or quarantine.
Who Can Enter Colombia?
Foreign travelers from all countries will be able to visit Colombia as tourists. However, travelers from India and Brazil are currently banned due to the increasing number of cases in these countries.
The usual visa requirements are still in place.
Are There Mandatory Testing and/or Quarantine Upon Arrival?
On June 5, 2021, all visitors to Colombia are no longer required to undergo Covid-19 testing or quarantine, regardless of their vaccination status. There is no mandatory quarantine as well.
The only requirement needed is to fill out the Check-Mig form at least 24 hours before flying into Colombia. They must declare on the form that they are free from the Covid-19 virus and they have not been in close contact with anyone who tested positive for the virus.
Other Entry Requirements
- Download the CoronApp app.
- All arrivals will undergo health screening, which will include temperature scans.
- Passengers must wear a mask during their inbound flight, at the airport terminal, and on any transportation to their final destination.
- Mask is required to be worn in all public indoor, public transport and certain outdoor areas where social distancing is not possible.
What’s Open in Colombia?
- Public transportation in Colombia is operating in a limited capacity, and some domestic flights have resumed.
- Restaurants and bars in Colombia are re-opening in some cities, under social distancing regulations.
- Non-essential businesses and attractions in Colombia are re-opening in some cities, under social distancing regulations.
- San Andrés, a gorgeous island in the Caribbean Sea belonging to Colombia, requires one further bio-security measure not yet mandatory on mainland Colombia.