Visa policy of Ecuador

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Ecuador has one of the most lenient visa policies in the world as most visitors are not obliged to obtain a visa for stays up to 90 days, except citizens of Peru who are allowed a maximum stay of 180 days, and citizens of China who are allowed to stay for 90 days per calendar year. All visitors must hold a passport valid for 6 months, except for citizens of Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay. Citizens of those countries can also enter Ecuador with ID card only.[1]

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Visa policy of Ecuador

Visa requirement[edit]

Nationals of the following 13 countries require a visa for Ecuador.[1]

1 - A visa is not required if holding an approval code.

Galapagos[edit]

All visitors to Galápagos Islands must pre-register online and obtain a Transit Control Card at the airport.[6]

Visitor statistics[edit]

Most visitors arriving to Ecuador were nationals of the following countries:[7]

Country 2014
 Colombia 375,755
 United States 259,468
 Peru 175,678
 Venezuela 119,795
 Spain 67,652
 Argentina 58,607
 Chile 43,896
 Cuba 41,547
 Germany 33,317
 Canada 33,240
Total 1,557,006

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