Canadian and Australian passport holders visiting Argentina will be required to pay a reciprocity fee. YOU WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO BOARD AN AIRCRAFT TO ARGENTINA WITHOUT THE RECIPROCITY RECEIPT.
This MUST be done prior to your departure.
The payment of this “reciprocity fee” is not a Visa since Argentina does not require a Visa from the aforementioned countries when traveling for tourism or business purposes. The Argentine Government set this entry fee to be equal to amounts Argentine citizens pay when requesting a Visa to travel to those countries.
To access the online Reciprocity payment forum, please click here.
You must register and pay with a credit card. Once the payment is received, an electronic receipt will be given and passenger would need to show it upon their arrival in Argentina. Print it out, put it in your passport, and bring it to present to immigration when you arrive to Argentina.
Please note: this is a requirement for the aforementioned nationalities to enter into Argentina and has no relation with David Denies.
*Rates subject to modifications based upon reciprocity
Passports and Visa Requirements
Citizens of the United States, Canada, Australia, The United Kingdom, South Africa, New Zealand and other Western European nations, do not require a visa for tourist trips of up to 90 days to Argentina-however they must travel with a valid passport from their country of residence. Those carrying passports from other nations should check with their local consulates for specific regulations.
You will complete a two part landing card and be issued a stamp for stays of 30, 60 or 90 days. Staple the duplicate of the landing card into your passport, next to your entrance stamp, as you’ll need it to leave the country.