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The Health Pass COVID-19 Guatemala was designed to screen and test incoming international visitors in an effort to overcome the risks related to the coronavirus pandemic.

All travelers are required to fill out a Health Pass COVID-19 before their departure to Guatemala.

All travelers who are over 10 years old and arrive by air or by land in Guatemala must present a negative COVID-19 PCR test, performed within 72 hours prior to arrival.

Note that anyone with respiratory illness should not travel. Any foreign, non-resident person with symptoms of COVID-19 could be denied entry to Guatemala upon arrival.

If you are interested in obtaining this document, you’ll need to provide contact information, flight details, and personal data, including your health condition. It’s important to have a confirmed airline ticket in order to submit the online form.

Once you submit your online form, we’ll send the Health Pass COVID-19 Guatemala to your email prior to your trip so you can show it to the immigration officials when you get to the airport.

Required Documents to Apply
  • Selfie holding the physical credit card used for the transaction. Only the last 4 digits of the credit card must be visible in the picture. (if applicable)

Important Instructions
  • The Health Pass COVID-19 is part of the required documents you will need to enter Guatemala, it DOES NOT replace a visa. If your country requires a visa, the immigration officers will ask for your Visa when you enter Guatemala. Keep in mind some nationalities will require a paper visa. If that is your case, we suggest you visit your local embassy.

  • All travelers must fill out the Guatemala Health Pass. Persons without authorization will not be permitted to board a flight to Guatemala

  • All travelers 10 years of age or older must present a negative COVID-19 PCR test (polymerase chain reaction). The test must be conducted within 72 hours prior to your arrival date. Tests older than 72 hours are not acceptable.

  • You are required to print and carry this Health Pass COVID-19 Guatemala with you, as you will be required to present it at the point of entry.

  • Entry to Guatemala could be denied to any foreign, non-resident person, presenting symptoms of COVID-19 upon arrival.

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Frequently Asked Questions

It’s a virtual form that all travelers must present upon arrival in Guatemala. With this Health Pass, government authorities will be able to contact you if a positive case is identified on the flight on which you arrived.
For sure! Once you arrive at the airport, the immigration authorities will ask you to show this Health Pass so that you can enter the country.
Unfortunately, you cannot. In that case, you’ll have to take another COVID-19 test and make sure that this test is issued within 72 hours prior to the flight departure.
No, she does not. Only travelers who are over 10 years of age and arriving by air and by land in Guatemala must submit a negative COVID-19 PCR test, performed within 72 hours prior to arrival.
If you present a negative PCR test, you will not have to quarantine. In case you cannot have this PCR test performed, you will have to certify an affidavit of your commitment to comply with the mandatory quarantine.
Prices vary according to the processing time you choose. These are:
  • Standard Processing: 24 hours - USD 30.00.
  • Rush Processing: 4 hours - USD 45.00.
  • Super Rush Processing: 30 minutes - USD 70.00.
It is highly recommended that you apply for your Health Pass COVID-19 at least 72 hours prior to your departure date to Guatemala.
All you have to do to get this Health Pass COVID-19 is to complete this Application Form with your personal and travel details, health history, and results of the PCR test. Once you complete it, our excellent team will attend to your request and forward the travel document to your email.
To complete the application form, it won’t take you more than 10 minutes.
With this travel document, you will have a single entry. In case you need to enter the country again, you have to request a new one.
If you have any doubts, you can contact our visa expert team here. They are available 24/7, and they will gladly assist you and answer all your questions.
No, you don't. As of today, COVID vaccination passports or certificates are not a mandatory to enter Guatemala. Now if you are a Covid vaccine certificate holder, you won't need to present a negative PCR test nor to follow a quarantine. Since information may change quickly, we advise you to follow up on the latest Guatemala travel updates and/or contact your local embassy.
Home of ancient Mayan cities, volcanos, and lakes, Guatemala, which means “place of many trees” in the local náhuatl language, is the most populated country in Central America. Its Mayan heritage, which is still relevant considering that 22 of the 25 languages spoken in Guatemala come from the Mayans, is one of the most impressive archeological places to visit in the country. El Mirador, Nakbé, Tikal, Uaxactún, Aguateca and Piedras Negras are some of the incredible places to see. Tikal, part of the Tikal National Park, was one of the most powerful ancient Mayan kingdoms. Here you can explore the Great Jaguar Temple, or Temple I, a funerary-ceremonial temple that was considered the door to the underworld. Although it’s well preserved, this 47mt pyramid has been partially restored, which means that it is not possible to climb the stairs, since it’s very risky and dangerous. However, the Great Jaguar Temple is one of the most visited tourist destinations in Guatemala. If you get to Tikal early, then a day would be more than enough to explore, but you could also spend a few more days in this gigantic place. Uaxactún is another important city. It was here where the foundations for the Maya Civilization research were established and where a deep study of the city took place. The three structures built from North to South are known as Group E, the great ruins aligned with the sun, that work as an astronomical viewpoint. You can spend a couple days here since there’s a lot to see like the amazing wildlife, and with less visitors around. Bring food with you since there’s nowhere else around, and remember that the ideal weather to visit Uaxactún is from November to March. If you’re planning to visit Tikal and Uaxactún during your adventure, then it might be good to know that for 10 Quetzales you can take a bus from the Tikal National Park and it will just take about an hour to get to Uaxactún. Now, before talking about the volcanoes and hot springs, let’s talk about Quetzaltenango (Xela), which not only is the second biggest city in the country, but is also the perfect place to plan different trips from, which is great considering any main town will have buses to Xela, so this makes the whole experience easier (at least in the logistic area). The place itself also has a lot of markets for you to look around, as well as churches. Ok, now to the volcanos! Tajumulco is one of the volcanoes you can get to from Xela. The hike will be tough since it has an altitude of 4,220mt, being the highest volcano in Central America. You can hike it in a day, but it is better if you camp on the mountain and take two days to do the whole hike. Just remember to bring warm clothes while you get ready to enjoy the breathtaking view from the top the next day. Another two days and camping on the volcano hike is at Acatenango, where you can see Lake Atitlan and Volcano Fuego (very active volcano) from the top. The last hike would be at Volcano Pacaya. This one only takes a couple of hours back and forth but if you want to take the best of the experience, try going early in the morning so you can see some of the red bubbly lava. After this hike you can get back to where you’re staying in Antigua and just enjoy the vibrant city. For some aquatic experience, you cannot miss Semuc Champey. Just getting there would be a whole adventure, but after sweating like crazy, the blue waters of its rivers will refresh your body while you get a beautiful view. Crater Azul is another gem and one of the greatest places to check out in Guatemala. For this one you’ll need a boat trip, but you’ll see amazing wildlife before getting to the transparent waters where you can swim and snorkel. Make sure to go between December-March. From Xela (remember this place from before?) you can get to Fuentes Georginas, a fun hot spring in the mountains with a bunch of pools that have different warmth levels. Got you excited about visiting Guatemala? Great! Now, let’s talk about the Guatemala Health Pass, a document you’ll need before arriving in the country but something that can help you with. What is the Guatemala Health Pass? Now that the world is somehow starting to open again in the middle of COVID-19, there are a lot of health measures to follow coming in and out of a country in order to be safe and keep everybody safe too. This pass is requested as one of the biosecurity protocols to enter Guatemala. All you need is fill the information required, such as name of the airline, number of your flight and seat number. It will ask if you’re traveling with someone else and their info (in case you are traveling with someone else, of course). If you’re going for tourism or work, then you’ll have to fill the date you’re supposed to leave the country. Another data will be your personal info, including the country where you’re coming from and the place or places you’ve been in the last 14 days. You also have to report your health history, which in this case means if you’ve been sick or in contact with someone sick, as well as check the evaluation of symptoms. You’ll also have to provide a negative PCR test result between 72 hours before your trip to Guatemala. In case a traveler doesn’t have the PCR test, there’s a health facility in La Aurora International Airport (AILA) to take the test and prevent spread of COVID-19. Remember that wearing a mask is mandatory, as well as keeping distance from others and washing your hands regularly. Public transportation is working at 50% capacity, and alcoholic drinks won’t be sold from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m.