Information about social protests in
South America

December 16, 2019


The situation in Chile has calmed down considerably since last week, especially with regard to demonstrations and the public transport service. Hotel and restaurant services located in downtown Santiago and touristic areas are in general terms functioning normally.

In the following link it is possible to obtain useful and periodic information about the operation of tourism services throughout Chile, as well as information regarding the infrastructure situation and others 

Our services are operating without problems. We have rescheduled the bookings in hotels located in the downtown area, with some exceptions, for which we have coordinated directly with the clients involved.

The demonstrations are now concentrated in certain days of the week and in certain times, so we have adapted our services to it.


The situation in Bolivia has calmed down, no further demonstrations take place.

The city tour of La Paz now will include a visit to the Moon Valley again. Any other of our services in Bolivia will proceed normally.

The government of UK no longer advices against travel to Bolivia, the government of Germany has reduced their level of travel advice.

Only the government of the US is currently advising against non-essential travel to Bolivia. We hope that all travel warnings will be suspended soon.


Following a national strike on 21 November, there have been continued protests throughout Colombia. In response, authorities have been implementing additional security measures, including curfews, at short notice. There is significant disruption to transport services // Source:

For further specific and updated informationplease contact the local SAT Manager, the information changes frequently.