Immigration Requirements to Enter Peru
- Latin American citizens from Colombia, Bolivia, Ecuador, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay and Uruguay who travel to Peru for tourism purposes only need to bring their DNI to enter our country (for Colombian minors they can bring their DNI card) .
- Citizens of Venezuela need a special visa to enter Peru unless they have permanent residence in a member state of the Pacific Alliance (Chile, Colombia or Mexico).
Sanitary Requirements for Entering Peru before COVID-19
- To enter Peru, all visitors must complete a health affidavit at the following link => https://e-notificacion.migraciones.gob.pe/dj-salud/ within 72 hours before their trip. The registration is personal in the case of a minor, the registration must be carried out by the parents or the person responsible for the minor.
- Remember to save an image of said extract in virtual or printed form, which will be essential for air boarding.
Peruvians abroad and non-resident foreigners over 12 years of age must demonstrate (by presenting a physical or digital certificate) their two doses of COVID-19 vaccination (dose or single dose) abroad, otherwise, they may present molecular tests (PCR) negative dated no more than 48 hours before the time of shipment.
- For people over 18 years of age who live in Peru, who travel within the country after April 1, 2022, they must demonstrate that they have an additional booster dose, as long as they are authorized under current protocols.
- Persons over 18 years of age residing in Peru who have not received a booster after three months, since the last vaccination, must present a negative molecular test (PCR) dated no more than 48 hours before the time of shipment.
- People over 18 years of age who live in Peru are not required to give a negative molecular test (PCR) if these three months have not passed. Children under the age of 12 must only be asymptomatic at the time of boarding. People with symptoms upon entry must be subject to mandatory quarantine in accordance with relevant regulations.
- Circulation in public places and closed places must use triple double masks or KN95 masks. Children under the age of two are exempt from wearing masks. Clarification: Antigen detection tests for COVID-19 are not accepted upon entry to Peruvian territory.
- Citizens of the Dominican Republic and Haiti do not need a tourist visa to travel to Peru for a maximum stay of 60 days. Similarly, Peruvian citizens do not need a tourist visa to travel to the Dominican Republic and Haiti for a stay of up to 60 days.
- Visas of any kind must be requested at the consulate via email email@example.com with all the requirements scanned, in a single email.
- All visitors must have a passport valid for at least 6 months and a return ticket.
- For minors leaving Peru, they must obtain a travel permit, if one of the parents is abroad, they must go to the Peruvian consulate to sign the aforementioned authorization. This program can be requested by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org