– Borders are due to open with international flights resuming on 1st September. Buenos Aires has the vast majority of cases with the virus either not present or barely present in most other areas of the country. Some national parks may be opening soon for local tourism. LATAM will no longer be operating domestic flights in Argentina, leaving Aerolineas Argentinas as the main operator of domestic flights.
– Borders remain closed. In recent weeks the numbers in hospitals in Rio and Sao Paulo have been dropping. Rio is starting to open up slowly. Most hotels in Rio plan to open fully by November and some are opening in July and August. Regional flights will start operating at greater frequency in July and August. British Airways will start flying to Sao Paulo daily in mid July.
– Borders due to open by the start of July with international flights also resuming.
– Borders are re-opening on 1st August. Once the borders are open there will be no mandatory quarantine on arrival. Costa Rica has so far been highly effective in managing the pandemic and is the least affected destination in Latin America. Beaches are now open and some hotels are now open for the domestic tourism market. International flights are due to resume operation into Costa Rica by August and September. British Airways will resume their flights from London on 31st October.
– Ecuador borders are open and international flights are now arriving. Currently all arrivals will have to quarantine and take a test.
– Galapagos currently with under 10 active cases with Isabela Island covid free. Only 3% of the Galapagos is inhabited, the remaining 97% is protected national park. Galapagos is re-opening to international visitors in July with new safety protocols for flights and cruises in place. There will be no quarantine for arrivals to Galapagos, but every arrival will have to present a negative covid test certificate taken 96 hours before arrival.
– Domestic flights have resumed and international flights starting about by the end of July.