Protocolos

Protocols

Learn about the new measures and recommendations for a safe and pleasant trip.

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Plan your trip to Peru

  • Consult the peru.travel website or contact IPERÚ on WhatsApp to find out if there are any steps to be taken before traveling.
  • Complete the health declaration form at the following link.
  • We recommend downloading the immigration 'Pre-Registration' app on your Android or iOS device before your trip, to optimize zero-contact immigration control. For any questions about the application, please contact the WhatsApp number +51 980 122 820 or call +51 (01) 200 1000.
  • You must take a PCR or antigen test no more than 72 hours before you travel.
  • Children under 12 years of age are only required to present a medical certificate of good health.
  • Non-resident foreign nationals coming from or having a stopover (the last 14 calendar days) in Brazil, India or South Africa will not be allowed to enter the country (the rule is in force until June 20th, 2021). Exceptions apply, as determined by the Government.
Plan your trip to Peru

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During your trip to Peru

When traveling, wear a disposable surgical mask and a face shield or protective eyewear. The use of this protective equipment is mandatory.

During your trip to Peru

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Welcome to Peru

  • Respect the rules of social distancing (2 meters) from the moment you board and during each process at the airport.
  • Wear your face mask and face shield or protective eyewear at all times.
  • Disinfect your footwear and use the antibacterial gel available.
  • You must go through the automatic thermal imaging camera to measure your temperature.
  • Collect and disinfect your luggage while keeping a safe social distance.
  • You must present the health declaration form and the RT-PCR or antigen test result in PDF or image format.
  • Peruvians or foreign residents arriving from Brazil, South Africa and India must undergo quarantine at their place of residence, accommodation or other temporary isolation center for a period of fourteen (14) calendar days from the date of their entry into the country.
Welcome to Peru

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Accommodation

  • When you arrive at the hotel, disinfect your footwear (soles), allow your temperature to be measured and wear your face mask correctly (at all times).
  • Do not forget to keep a safe social distance.
  • Choose to make payments using apps to reduce the risk of transmission through contact.
Accommodation

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During your stay

  • Enjoy your visit, wearing a face mask during your trips.
  • In some establishments (shopping malls, galleries, business conglomerates, department stores, stores providing essential goods, supermarkets, markets, grocery stores and pharmacies) double masking is mandatory (one of the masks can be made of cloth) and the Peruvian government recommends the additional use of a face shield.
  • Willingly comply with biosafety and disinfection protocols. If you experience any symptoms, the control staff will ask you for your data and refer you to health employees.
  • Protected natural areas and museums have their own biosafety protocols for entry.
  • Respect the curfew (in Lima, from Monday to Sunday, 9:00 p.m. to 4:00 a.m. the following day. On Sundays, the use of private vehicles is prohibited).
  • Curfew times vary in each region, depending on its level of alert. To check the level of alert for your location, please visit the following link (measures in effect until June 20th, 2021).
During your stay

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Leaving the country

  • We recommend downloading the immigration 'Pre-Registration' app on your Android or iOS device before your trip, to optimize zero-contact immigration control. For any questions about the application, please contact the WhatsApp number +51 980 122 820 or call +51 (01) 200 1000.

  • Keep a safe social distance at the airport. You must wear your face mask and face shield or protective eyewear at all times.

  • You should not have symptoms of COVID-19. If you do, you will not be able to travel.

  • You must not be in a period of isolation.

  • You must comply with the requirements of the destination country.

Leaving the country