Do I need a return ticket while entering Argentina/Chile/Peru? If yes, How to bypass it?

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Post by Guest »

It would be nice of you to help me.

Post by Rasa »

Peru- yes. I don't have experience with Chile or Argentina.

Post by Chloe »

I’ve been to Argentina/Chile/Bolivia so far and nothing has been needed! Just covid vaccine in Chile and Bolivia.

Post by Sascha »

I also booked for some other country a ticket which I paid for, but got my money back if I cancelled within 24 hours. I used a Dutch provider to book as I am Dutch. I booked the ticket in the morning before my flight and canceled it when I arrived in my hotel.

Post by Carlos »

I use Copa air, you can make real reservations free of charge for 24hrs.

Post by Giancarlo »

Officially not, migration offices won't ask it, is the airlines that will try to force you to get one with them.

Use onwardticket to get "fake" tickets or buy busses tickets.
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