To all of our travellers,
The Government of Peru has declared that new arrivals into Peru will no longer require a COVID-19 test or to quarantine. In this respect, restrictions have been eased somewhat in an attempt to encourage travellers to enter the country, however there are several key restrictions you should be aware of if you are coming to Peru:
- At present, Peru is not open to citizens travelling from Brazil, India, or South Africa
- Only the one-day trek into Machu Picchu is open—tour operators, including Valencia Travel Cusco, cannot run multi-day tours to the site
- Nightly curfews still apply in Lima, Cusco, and Arequipa from 9pm until 4pm, 7 days per week
- Cusco’s archaeological sites remain closed on Sundays until May 30
- You must wear a mask at all times in both inside and outside public spaces, such as bars, supermarkets, and restaurants
- In order to enter Peru, you must have an official, signed affidavit and a PCR test proving that you are free from COVID-19
- If you are unwell or exhibiting any symptoms of COVID-19, you must not arrange or book any travel or accommodation in Peru
- If you do decide to travel to Peru, then like any other country, we strongly advise you to take out travel/health insurance, and to be cognisant of any clauses pertaining to COVID-19
Valencia Travel Cusco looks forward to the easing of restrictions for our travellers, so that we can welcome them with open arms to our beautiful country and give them the best experiences possible.
For travel inspiration, please visit our travel publication, Passion Passport, or search our tours to find the perfect one for you.
Valencia Travel Cusco Staff