Peru visa requirements for Filipinos
Travel and visa requirements
Peruvian Visa is not required for Filipinos
Stay Duration: 183 days
- Philippines nationals preparing to visit Peru enter the country on visa-free for a duration of 183 days in Peru.
- An international passport that is valid for at least 6 months from the date of entry into Sri Lanka is required with the reservation of a minimum of two empty pages on your passport for necessary stamps.
- You must possess a return ticket or ticket for travelling to another country and a visa for that country if it is required.
- Provision of proof of hotel reservation or any other means of your accommodation in Peru.
- National identity card issued to you in your home country is required.
- You must show a police report proving that you do not have a criminal record.
- Medical Insurance to cover the duration of your entire stay and the presentation of documents confirming the purpose of your travel.
- You are to present all above-mentioned documents to the Peru Immigration officers upon your arrival at one of the Peru airport or seaport.
- An airport embarkation tax is not levied on any passengers.
- The average expected time for airlines to travel to Lima, Peru from Manila, Philippines is 26 hours.
- Some airlines travelling to Peru from the Philippines are JAL, United, ANA, LATAM, Philippine Airlines, and Delta.
- The standard time zone of Peru is (GMT-5), while that of the Philippines is also (GMT+8). This indicates that Peru is 13 hours behind the Philippines.
- Peru's telephone code is (+51) serves as a medium for both national and international communication.
- Some banks in Peru stop operation at about 1 pm and do not operate at all on Sundays.
- An amount or any negotiable instruments such as the promissory notes, bank drafts, cheques etc exceeding $10,000 or its equivalent are to be declared.
- It is prohibited to come into or leave the country with an amount or negotiable instruments up to or above 30,000 USD.
- All luggage will be cleared at your first entry into any Peru's airport.
- Travelling to Peru with your pets require an official health certificate that is issued to you by the official entity in your home country, a veterinarian health certificate and a vaccination certificate.
- The Discamec authorization granted to you in Peru is required for the importation of arms and ammunition.
- The official currency of Peru is the Peru Sol (PEN) and Lima is its capital city.
- Spanish and Aymara are the two official languages of Peru that is widely spoken by its entire 31 million people.
- Christianity predominantly rules the religion of the country and traditional beliefs are practised by its minor population.
- Tourist sights to explore while in Peru for tourism are Camino Inca a Machu Picchu, the Sacred Valley, Machu Picchu etc.
- The meals you will enjoy when you visit Peru are tubers, potatoes, corn, amaranthaceaes made by the combination of quinoa, kaniwa and kiwicha and legumes etc.
- Peruvian electrical outlets are of type A and C and power voltage supply of 220V at 60Hz.
- An average of $40 per day should cater for your daily expenses when in Sri Lanka.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I get Peru visa?
Intending applicants for Peru visa should apply at the Peruvian diplomatic mission.
How many days can a Philippine business travellers stay in Peru?
Philippine business travellers visiting Peru through APEC Business Travel Card which is a visa-free can stay in Peru for up to 3 months.
How much must be declared at the point of entring Peru?
A local, foreign or any negotiable instruments such as the promissory notes, bank drafts, cheques etc exceeding $10,000 or its equivalent are to be declared.
What are the main religion practised in Peru?
Christianity predominantly rules the religion of the country and traditional beliefs are practised by its minor population.