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Have you heard about the hottest good news as regard Peru being reinstated to its normal tourism after many years of severe restrictions initiated and largely sponsored by covid 19?
Absolutely all tourist destinations in Peru has finally regained it full functionality after battling for two and half years with some of the strictest rules in the world, dropping all COVID-related restrictions
Concomitantly, all extensions of the state of the emergency decree have been lifted, including travel restrictions and COVID-related restrictions within the country.
Now, Peru is the latest South American country to lift all travel restrictions, joining others in resuming normal tourism operations.
The lifting of Peru’s state of emergency decree means that visitors will be able to enter the country without encountering any form of restrictions once more.
Also, it signaled that Peru is finally returning to normal after being known for having some of the strictest regulations and limitations in the world for the past two and a half years.
Travelers were previously required to show proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test result obtained within 48 hours of entering the country.
These ever-changing restrictions have included heavily enforced curfews and lockdowns, mandatory vaccinations and booster shots to enter most businesses, indoor and outdoor mask mandates (in some cases requiring KN-95 masks or double masking.)
With the dissolution of the state of emergency decree, all COVID-related rules, including mandatory vaccination and mask-wearing, will be repealed.
This means that the normal tourism operations in Peru have been activated back since November 1, 2022.
There will not be a need for prospective travelers to present proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test in order to enter the country or pre-register with Peru’s immigration app and sign a health affidavit.
Out of the South American nations available, Peru is the latest one to drop all travel restrictions and entry requirements.
Overall, although the continent’s reopening has been delayed, Peru joined several other South American countries in lifting restrictions and resuming tourism without restrictions.
Check out our prices and deals and contact us for more information and experience Peru’s top as well as of the beaten path destinations, the Sacred Valley of the Incas, architectural buildings, historic district of Lima, Cusco the Capital of the Inca empire, the Nasca lines, the impressive Amazon jungle and the astonishing Machu Picchu etc.
The news from Peru is always worth mentioning, and this time it’s for all the right reasons. Not only does their country have an incredible natural landscape but they recently received recognition as one of “the safe destinations” when traveling internationally – namely Machu Picchu!
Travel restrictions to Peru
Peru has issued a state of emergency to ensure the safety and security during your trip. The information below provides guidelines for visitors who are travelling in or around Peru:
Below, you can find the most up-to date information on Corona restrictions and travel rules in Peru. The current rules apply from 28 February until 31 March 2022. The Peruvian government will reevaluate the rules every 14 days so it is important to check back with us for updates!
The travel restrictions and Covid-19 rules that applied before February 28, 2022 may be found below.
*The following rules below, from before 28 February 2022 which do not relate to the new changes described above will continue into effect!
Updated on January 6th, 2022.
Preparing a trip in times of COVID requires special care, so here are some recommendations for your visit to Peru. Remember that, without these first requirements, your trip will be affected
Plan your entry to Peru
Welcome to Peru! Now that you are in our country, we recommend you to follow all the protocols and respect the sanitary measures to make your transit easier and ensure the welfare of everyone.
All united against COVID-19!
Thank you for your visit! We hope your stay was better than you expected. Before leaving, please plan your departure with all the necessary precautions and considerations:
Your safety is essential. For this reason, we leave you with the destinations that have the Safe Travels label, a certification that guarantees the necessary health measures and is endorsed by the World Travel & Tourism Council.
Updated on November 15th, 2021.
Peru has been making the news for all of its right reasons. Not only does it boast some incredible natural scenery, but Peru also recently became part of what is considered one small group that makes up “safe destinations” when traveling internationally – Machu Picchu!
A COVID-19 vaccine certification otherwise a NAAT test result that is negative at least 72 hours prior to departure from the initial boarding point
Adventure tours in Peru are another popular choice and a different way to explore the country top destinations. There are over 25 000 km worth of trails that span across massive mountains, rivers, canyons, jungles and more giving you plenty of space for adventures with friends or family members! Outdoors’s trips are one of the safest activities to explore Peru and we recommend traveling in small groups.
Other destinations such as Colca Canyon, Lake Titicaca, Arequipa, Nazca, Paracas are operating normally.
From the September 30, the Peruvian government has also announced that the use of beaches will be allowed in all coastal provinces, as they’re at a moderate alert level.
However all visitors and Peruvian population must follow regulations issued by Ministerio de Salud to prevent spread of covid-19.
Peru is home to a variety of fascinating and attractive locations. The current regional alert levels and travel restrictions in Peru have been extended until November 2021, according to the Peru government. You must follow the covid sops in a current Peru pandemic situation.
At numerous locations (shopping malls, galleries, corporations, department stores, supermarkets, marketplaces, shops, and pharmacies), two masks (one of which can be a cotton face mask) are required, and the Peru government also recommends wearing a face shield. You can visit fabulous places in Peru while following to covid restrictions.