2021 Traveler Information
Treks & Tours Are Open, New & Rescheduled Reservations, Latest Updates
Dear Inca land Guests:
We are so happy to announce that tourism is back in Cusco and we are happily back in the mountains hiking to Machu Picchu again. On July 15, 2021, when the government opens the Inca Trail back up to tourists, we will officially be on every route we offer. Despite the government reducing the amount of permits available for the 4, 5 and 7 day Inca Trail treks, there are spaces available for the rest of 2021 and all of 2022. We are so excited to welcome everyone back to our wonderful country.
We will update this page with relevant information as often as needed with any new information that comes out from Peru’s government about travel in Peru.
HEALTH COMES FIRST
The Peruvian Government has taken the following measures to fight COVID-19:
• All travelers entering the country must complete an affidavit (link).
• Before boarding the plane, all travelers 12 years of age or older must show a vaccination card
with the required doses completed up to 14 days before the flight. Otherwise, those travelers
must show a negative molecular test issued up to 72 hours before boarding. Children under
twelve only need to be asymptomatic to board.
• The entry of non-resident passengers from South Africa or who have made a stopover in said
country in the last 14 days is suspended until December 12.
• Quarantine time is canceled for travelers entering the country with the exception of Peruvians
and foreign residents from South Africa or anyone who have made a stopover in that country,
who must carry out a mandatory quarantine at their home, accommodation or other temporary
isolation center for 14 days counting from the day of arrival in Peru.
• The use of a face shield is no longer required to board national or international flights.
• Moderate alert level: Free circulation hours are from 04:00 am to 02:00 am of the next day.
• High alert level: Free circulation hours are from 04:00 am to 11:00 pm.
• Before boarding buses, all passengers ages 45 or older must show a vaccination card with the
completed required doses. Otherwise, they will not be able to travel.
• The use of a KN95 face mask is mandatory throughout the country or, instead, the use of double
masking with a 3-layer surgical mask along with a cloth mask in closed places.
• The population is reminded constantly of the importance of hand washing, avoiding crowds and
maintaining social distance.
If you have any questions, please contact the iPeru service of PROMPERU:
[email protected].pe / [email protected]