The conditions under which a minor may travel without a chaperone vary according to age and trip:
- Minors can travel alone starting at age 14. However, they must prove their age witha national ID.
- Minors under 14 whotravel within the country cannot travel alone.
- If a minor is under 5 years old, the chaperone must be 18 years of age or older.
- If a minor is 5-13 years old, the chaperone can be 16 years of age or older (and must have an national ID).If the chaperone is not the minor's parent or legal guardian, the presentation of the written consent of the parent or legal guardian is required, along with a photocopy of their national ID, official Family Record Book, in which the minor and the authorising parent appear, or a civil registration certificate.
They can only travel only if they are18 years of age or older.