When you want to travel to Ecuador you have to meet a number of conditions. You may be asked to show the following documents at the border or when boarding an aircraft.
Your passport must be valid for at least six months.
You don't need to show a valid visa if you can travel to Ecuador visa-free as a visitor or if you are an Ecuadorian citizen (passport holder).
Proof of an onward travel arrangement can be a bus or airplane ticket to another country. If you are an Ecuadorian resident or citizen, you don't need to show proof of an onward travel arrangement.
If you travel to Ecuador by airplane, you have to fill out a traveler health declaration before boarding. You can download this form here: traveler health declaration.
If you want to travel to the Galápagos Islands, you have to show proof of vaccination and a negative test result. See below for the exact requirements.
When you travel to Ecuador, you will have to comply with Ecuador's COVID-19 entry rules.
Ecuador distinguishes between two groups of countries. Stricter rules apply to high-risk countries than to the second group of countries.
High-risk countries are countries with a high rate of infections, the presence of the delta variable, and a low vaccination rate.
At this moment, India and Brazil are considered high-risk countries. Every two weeks, the Ecuadorian government will evaluate the epidemiological profile of each country to update the list of high-risk countries.
When you arrive in Ecuador by airplane, you must show:
After arriving in Ecuador, you must quarantine for ten days.
When you arrive in Ecuador by airplane from other countries than Brazil or India, you must show:
If you want to travel to the Galápagos Islands, you have to show negative COVID-19 test result or a vaccination card with all doses applied.
All land borders (with Colombia and Peru) are still closed.