Due to the current sanitary emergency situation, each visitor must comply with migratory and biosecurity requirements both at origin and upon entry into El Salvador.
NEGATIVE PCR TEST TO ENTER EL SALVADOR
To enter El Salvador a negative PCR test is required. To know the requirements of such a test click on the following link
To download the Biosafety Protocol for beach sporting events click here
If you have any questions regarding PCR testing, please contact Katya Escalante by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or by cell phone at 503 7985-1114.
From the time the results are sent or presented to the person by the laboratory, is when the requested 72 hours will be counted. It is recommended that each visitor confirm directly with their airlines and perform the validation count of their test from the exact time of arrival in the country for the test to be valid.
It is important that all visitors verify the immigration requirements to enter El Salvador before starting their trip in order to avoid mishaps or unwanted episodes. As a rule, it is important that the passport of each person has a minimum validity of 6 months.
Citizens of some countries do not require a visa to enter El Salvador for a visit that does not exceed a period of 90 days or transit travel.
Some visa exempt nationalities may require a MIGRATION ENTRY CARD, which is acquired at the border entry points and costs USD 12.
If your country is not listed then you will need to apply for a Consular Visa at one of the Diplomatic Representations of El Salvador abroad or a Consulted Visa to be obtained through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of El Salvador.
Therefore, it is highly recommended that each visitor reviews his or her travel requirements on the web page of the General Directorate of Immigration and Foreigners.
Additionally, all travelers should take into consideration the following:
a) The maximum length of stay that may be granted as a tourist is 90 days. If an extension is required, one extension may be requested during the year.
b) All countries of South America and Africa, as well as Panama require visitors to have been vaccinated against yellow fever 15 days prior to their trip to El Salvador and must carry the certificate or booklet of such vaccination as it may be requested by the health authorities of El Salvador at the point of entry to the territory.
For any questions regarding immigration requirements, please contact Francis (Chute) Hasbún at email@example.com or by cell phone at 503 7886-2367.
Representatives of the government of El Salvador, duly identified, will be waiting for you at the airport, so it is important that when you get off the plane you are aware of their identities.
It is recommended that all visitors bring USD 5.00 and USD 10.00 bills to pay for the luggage handling cart inside the airport if they consider that they will require it.
El Salvador also implements a biosecurity protocol inside the International Airport and for details of its implementation please visit the following link.
MIGRATION CLEARANCE AT THE AIRPORT OF EL SALVADOR
Participant’s name / ISA
The organizer will provide each delegation with transportation from Monday, May 24 through Monday, June 7, 2021.
If you have any questions regarding transportation, please contact Lya Salazar at firstname.lastname@example.org or cell phone +503 7740-3981.
Events with authorities: casual attire and closed footwear
The following is a description of some of the main cultural customs in El Salvador in the context of tourism:
Surf City El Salvador ISA WSG 2021
Francis (Chute) Hasbún
Liaison with international participants
Languages: Spanish and English
503 7886 2367
General Manager of the Salvadoran Tourism Corporation, CORSATUR and General Coordinator of the event.
Languages: Spanish, English and French
503 7786 9301
Contact for PCR test (COVID 19)
503 7985 1194