We are proud to announce that our main operator in Peru was awarded "the most outstanding company within the Peruvian tourism industry" by the Peruvian Chamber of Tourism and the award for "Recognition in Quality to Tourism 2016 " by the Regional Director of Foreign Trade and Tourism and by the Regional Governor of Cusco. They will really take care of you on your trip to Peru.
- Access is closed to travelers from Europe, South Africa and Brazil, until February 28.
- The Peru’s Government has declared new safety measures from January 31st through February 14th, 2021 to preserve the containment of the COVID-19 in their region.
The authorities have divided the country in a three-tier system (Very High, High, and Moderate).
- Very High Tier: Ancash, Ica, Pasco, Apurímax, Huánuco, Lima (Region and Metropolitan areas), Junín, Huanavelica, and Callao.
- High Tier: Tumbes, Puno, Amazonas, Arequipa, Cajamarca, Moquegua, Ayacucho, Tacna, and Cusco.
- Moderate Tier: Piura, San Martín, Loreto, Ucayali, Lambayeque, Madre de Dios, and La Libertad.
- Commercial airlines are operating between Peru and other countries in the Americas up to 8 hours flying time away.
- Peru has suspended entry to all non-residents from Europe and South Africa until January 31st.
- Upon arrival, you will need to show proof of a negative result from a COVID-19 PCR (molecular) test, issued no more than 72 hours before your flight.
- The use of face masks and facial protectors are mandatory to use at all times in flights and local public transportation.
- As of January 4th, Peruvians and foreign residents entering the country will have to do a quarantine of 14 days at their home, in the Pan American Village or any other temporary isolation center, or in a lodging, with prior coordination with the health authority. Therefore, entering Peru right now is recommended only if you are Peruvian or have residence in the country. We expect this new regulation will not last that long. They are protecting the territory from the new variant of the virus, while controlling the increasing trend of cases. They are not as affected as other countries in the world but this is a preventive measure.
- If you travel to Peru you will need to show proof of a negative result from a COVID-19 PCR (molecular) test, issued no more than 72 hours before your flight.
- If you show symptoms of COVID-19 upon arrival in Peru, you will be asked to self-isolate for 14 days.
- Incoming travelers are also required to fill out the form “Declaración Jurada Electrónica de Salud”, which is an online form detailing the travelers’ personal and health information and requests the acceptance to geolocate the travelers’ registered mobile phone.
- Face masks are mandatory to use at all times.
- The first lot, 300,000 out of the total of 1 million Sinopharm vaccines, desiginated forfront line workers, arrived February 7. The country has also closed a deal for 20 million doses of the Pfizer vaccine, and has negotiated the purchase of 38 million more doses of the Sinopharm vaccine.
The U.S. Consulate in Lima issued an alert that effective January 1, 2019, immigration officials will begin enforcing the existing law that requires all foreign travelers to have a passport valid for a minimum of six months past time of entry into Peru. “Peruvian authorities will deny entry into Peru for travelers not meeting this requirement.” So, if your passport is due to expire in five months, you should get it renewed before you start your trip.
This rule has always been on the books, but rarely was it strictly enforced. Peru does not require a tourist visa for entry for citizens of most American and Western European countries who arrive with a valid passport. The maximum period of stay granted is 183 days.
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