Travel and Visa Requirements for Peruvian citizens

Travel and visa requirements

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Visa - free countries for Peruvians

See a list of the countries you can travel to as a Peru without needing a Visa

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Countries that require Visas for Peruvians

See a list of the countries you cannot travel to as a Peru without needing a Visa

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General Visa Requirements & Things to know before you travel.

See a general list of visa requirements before travelling to a new country

Valid travel passport.
Visa application form.
Visa fee.
Evidence of permission to be in that country.
Letter of invitation.
Financial proof, original bank statement.
Photocopy of passport data page.
Visa fee.
Evidence of permission to be in that country.
Letter of invitation.
Financial proof, original bank statement.
Photocopy of passport data page.
Valid travel passport.
Visa application form.
Visa fee.
Evidence of permission to be in that country.
Letter of invitation.
Financial proof, original bank statement.
Letter of invitation.
Financial proof, original bank statement.
Photocopy of passport data page.
Visa fee.
Evidence of permission to be in that country.
Letter of invitation.

Schengen visa for Peruvians

See our top pick of countries visted by Peruvians

Visitors in Peru feel a little closer to the past after leaving the country. Peru is well known for its ancient history which encompasses archeology, ruins, dusty remnants, and museums. There are close to 5,000 archeological sites in the country and the existence of many of them still remain a mystery to the ordinary eyes. Peru is also very popular due to its biodiversity and natural resources. The country has 158 protected natural parks and it also has 84 of the 117 life zones around the world. Parks and nature reserves around the country are home to one-third of the world’s species of birds, 3,500 species of reptiles, 4,000 types of butterflies, pink dolphins, jaguars, and other primates. Tourists also have the luxury of visiting attractive beach resorts and attending festivals during their time in the country.


The tourism industry in Peru is the third largest industry in Peru behind the fishing and mining industries. Peru is one of the most visited countries in South America and as a result, tourism in Peru is growing faster than in other countries on the continent. The annual growth rate of the industry is in fact estimated to be at 25% for the past five years.


Drug-related crimes are harshly treated with drug-smugglers facing long prison sentences. Majority of the products made with animals or plants are illegal as they are from illegal means and could involve protected or endangered species. Tourists are advised not to buy any products made with animals and plants. It is illegal for artifacts to be exported.

 

Tourists from North America, Australia, Japan, Thailand, and the European Union can visit Peru without a visa for stays of up to 183 days. Russians are granted entry without a visa for stays of up to 90 days.