Peru is easing entry restrictions.
Dear friends and colleagues.
Here is the latest travel update relating to COVID-19 and travel restrictions for Peru.
Fully vaccinated passengers, regardless of their place of origin, can enter the country by only presenting their vaccination certificate, without requiring a PCR test.
Passengers who have not yet received both doses of the vaccine must have a negative molecular test in the last 72 hours prior to arrival in the country. It is also necessary to sign an affidavit upon arrival.
The only exception to this rule is for the entry of passengers from South Africa or those who have made a stopover in that country. This is suspended until September 19th.
Passengers from Brazil and India can now enter normally by presenting their complete vaccination certificate.
The alert level has been reduced in the main tourist destinations, including Lima and Cusco, now classified as moderate alert destinations.
• Capacity is expanded in main attractions.
• Reduced curfew (from 1am to 4am).
• Beaches have reopened.
• The use of a double-mask is mandated in public places that tend to be crowded, such as supermarkets and pharmacies.
For more information, you can visit the official government website: https://www.gob.pe/12365, or contact your sales representative.
Daniel and Valencia team