Travel requirements

Current travel requirements and restrictions for Peru

Travelling to Peru

There is a lot of information to be found online regarding travelling to Peru. Most information however, is outdated and no longer applies to the current situation. Peru has been opening up since the beginning of 2021 and travelling is much more accessible and easy now! Below you can find a summary of the current travel requirements and restrictions put in place by the Peruvian government. 

How to enter Peru?

Step 1

To enter Peru you’ll need to show either a negative PCR test from which the results have been emitted not later than 72 hours before boarding, or a negative antigen test from which the results have been emitted not later than 24 hours before boarding.  

Step 2

 Download the app from Peruvian migrations (you can find it as: Pre Registro Migraciones) and complete it with your information. In case you weren’t able to download the app, or if it malfunctions, you can do the process in person at the airport.

Step3.  

Fill in this health declaration. https://e-notificacion.migraciones.gob.pe/dj-salud/ 

Step 4

Follow all protocols at the airport, like: wearing a mask, temperature checks and hand disinfections. 

Step 5

If you have anything to declare with customs you can either fill in a paper format at the airport or do this online.  

General information

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The mandatory 14 day quarantine is only required for travelers who traveled from Brazil, India or South Africa. 

You can find more information on this official government website (which also the source of our list): Pasajero Internacional | Vuela Facil, requisitos para viajar en avion.  

The website is made in cooperation with the Lima Airport, the Peruvian ministry of health, the Peruvian ministry of transport, the airlines, migrations and the Peruvian tax service. 

Mundo Antiguo

We’re very happy to be able to receive students again for classes in person! And we can also help you with great accommodations, tours or volunteering in Cusco. If you have any questions regarding travelling to Peru, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We’re more than happy to help! 

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