Important info to
travel to Peru
during the new normal
Latest update: September 22, 2022
Fully vaxed or tested
To enter Peru, you must either be fully vaccinated (2 doses + a booster) or show a negative PCR test issued less than 48h before your flight.
Your airline will also require the use of a double mask or one KN95 mask. Keep in mind that the use of masks are also mandatory by Peruvian law. Face shields are optional.
Travelers visiting Peru are required to fill up an electronic self-declaration form within 72 hours of your arrival to Peru. To see/fill up the form please click here.
Customs QR code
Expedite your customs experience by getting a contactless QR code ahead of time in your phone (within 48 hours of your arrival). Watch the instructions in this video.
Vaccine pass no more
Proof of full vaccination is no longer required by Peruvian law to enter any business operating indoors, however, the use of high-grade masks remains mandatory on public transport and hospitals.
Mask up when sick
Wearing a high-grade masks remains mandatory at any indoors or outdoors space in the event you show any flu-like symptoms (coughing, sneezing, etc.).
Proof of full vaccination is required to fly domestically (people aged 18 and older also need to show proof of a Covid-19 booster). Otherwise, you must show a negative PCR test issued less than 48h before your flight.
(and at your arrival)
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