Latest News Travel Peru, October 20th, 2021 update:

Dear Travellers:

We are so happy to announce that tourism is back in Cusco and all the tour operator are starting to run the tours to Machu Picchu again. On July 15, 2021, the Classic 4 days Inca Trail was open and recentely the Huayna Picchu mounatain and Machu Picchu mountain are open too. 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.

***Inca Trail Permits for 2022 are on sale already and all the tour operator are taking booking for 20222 too.

CURRENT PERU GOVERNMENT TRAVELER INFORMATION – Updated OCTOBER 20TH, 2021

Peru has lifted its quarantine requirements for all international travelers. Travelers to Peru do have to present a negative COVID-19 test result, taken no more than 72 hours before departure, to enter the country.

Is the 4-day Inca Trail OPEN?

YES, the Inca Trail 4 days is already open since July 2021.. Right NOW the permits for 2022 are on sale TOO, Choose your operator and BOOK it now and do not miss it.

Is Huayna Picchu & Machu Picchu Mountain OPEN?
Yes, both Mountain are OPEN already and they are ready to book it

***What is Huayna Picchu & Machu Picchu Mt? They are extra hike up to the top of each mt, this can be done before or after exploring the Inca City of Machu Picchu,

General Safety Protocols

With these announcements, we also want to let you know that most of the Tour Operators are ready to operate the allowed tours with all the needed safety protocols. To guarantee an amazing but safe experience to you.

The protocols we follow:

  • All of our staff. Including guides, porters, cooks and drivers will go through a COVID19 molecular discard test before being able to work.
  • Temperature control is mandatory to both staff and passengers.
  • Hand-washing is mandatory for both our staff and clients.
  • All our guides always carry a personal first-aid kit including masks, gloves and thermometers, etc.
  • The usage of masks is mandatory to both staff and passengers.
  • Latex gloves are optional for the clients but mandatory for our staff.
  • The 1 and a half meters minimum-distance between each person will be respected and organized by our guides.
  • Our vehicles will be disinfected following the biosecurity protocols given by the Health Ministry in Peru before and after every service.
  • Inside our vehicles there will always be masks, hand sanitizer and a first-aid kit with oxygen masks, etc. in case any of our clients need them.
  • We will only use 50% of the vehicle capacity in order to respect the social distancing requirements.

Contact us!

You can contact our support team online or over the phone. However, we are urging customers whose tours may be impacted to hold off from calling our sales teams unless your tour departs before September 30. Like most countries around the world, this is a difficult time for small businesses in Peru. We are grateful for your support through this challenging time, and encourage everyone to be kind to one another while we navigate this global crisis.

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