Required to travel to Guatemala?
What is required to travel to Guatemala?
To enter Guatemala, you will need a U.S. passport that is valid at the time of entry. There is no minimum validity period for a U.S. passport. U.S. citizens do not need a visa and are admitted to Guatemala for 90 days.
Is the COVID vaccine required to enter Guatemala?
The negative PCR test required for entry into Guatemala must be no more than 72 hours old at the time of entry. Travelers who have had COVID-19 within three months before entry must provide proof of this. A vaccination must also be documented and must not have been administered within two weeks before entry.
Required to travel to Guatemala? All eligible travelers should be up to date with their COVID-19 vaccines. Please see Your COVID-19 Vaccination for more information.
Tourist Application Requirements for a Guatemala Visa. Every traveler entering Guatemala is automatically granted a 90-day tourist visa. Hold a passport valid for at least six months beyond your date of country exit and with one blank visa page. Hold proof of onward and return flights. Hold all documents required for the next destination.
Is there an exit fee to leave Guatemala?
Guatemala has an international departure tax of $30—check your air ticket carefully as it’s sometimes included in the price—and a domestic departure tax of Q5. You also have to pay a Q20 airport security fee. Most Guatemalan hotels and some tourist restaurants charge an additional 10% tourist tax.
What kind of vaccine do you need to travel? This is only a guideline, not a requirement.
No matter where you’re going, check to make sure you’re up to date on all routine vaccines: measles-mumps-rubella, diphtheria-tetanus-pertussis, chickenpox, polio, hep B, the annual flu vaccine, and COIVID-19. Many travelers should get vaccines for hepatitis A and typhoid.