COVID-19 Protocols & Entry Requirements
International Travel Status
Open – Peru reopened its air borders to regional travel on October 5th 2020. Maritime and Land borders remain closed
Access into Peru
Entry into the country is allowed by air travel into Lima’s Jorge Chavez Airport (LIM). In the next days Trujillo and Arequipa will receive international flights.
- Peru is no longer requesting compulsory quarantines.
- A negative-PCR test taken with a 72-hour window prior to arrival, must be shown to the immigration authorities. New tests are not required for domestic travel.
- Peru is operating international flights to/from Colombia, Ecuador, Paraguay, Uruguay, Bolivia and Chile.
- Flights to/from the USA, Mexico, Brazil and other destinations in the Americas, are expected to resume in early November.
- Some hotels in Lima, Cusco and the Sacred Valley have reopened.
- Restaurants are working at reduced capacity.
- Wearing facemasks in public places is mandatory. Face shields are mandatory for flights (domestic/international) and public buses.
- Screenings are performed when entering most places. This includes temperature checks, hand sanitizing and keeping a 2-meter (6 feet) physical distance.
Please note: The above information has been researched with the utmost care. However, we can provide no guarantee of accuracy and the information and detail change regularly. Please always check travel restrictions both in your home country and the destination you are travelling to before you book and before travel.