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  1. #1082
    Quote Originally Posted by XXL  [View Original Post]
    At least for the fully vaccinated.

    https://andina.pe/agencia/noticia-sa...os-867629.aspx

    I fly today and the bl**dy airline only ajusted its requirements yesterday, a couple of hours after I wasted 135 euro on a PCR test.
    LOL. Yeah I just read about it last night since I will be coming in Thursday and would have to do a PCR by today if needed.

  2. #1081

    No more PCR required as from November 1st

    At least for the fully vaccinated.

    https://andina.pe/agencia/noticia-sa...os-867629.aspx

    I fly today and the bl**dy airline only ajusted its requirements yesterday, a couple of hours after I wasted 135 euro on a PCR test.

  3. #1080
    Quote Originally Posted by JackJericho  [View Original Post]
    If you bring money that you must declare, go to the SUNAT (Customs) office after collecting your luggage and present the Baggage Affidavit, which you must previously have completed and marked in the "Goods to be Declared" section with an "x" the category (s) that correspond; as well as the of the Affidavit of Money and / or Negotiable Financial Instruments.

    There is no way to do this online but you can download the forms here: https://www.gob.pe/1116-ingresar-equ...inero-del-pais print them, fill them and sign them in advance, so you can just present them at the SUNAT desk.

    J. J.
    Thanks for the info, I learned something new today. Even tho I doubt I'd ever travel to a third would country with $10,000 cash on me.

  4. #1079

    Cash in excess of 10000 USD

    Quote Originally Posted by XXL  [View Original Post]
    Cash in excess of 10000 USD must be declared at customs. Is this just a formality at Chavez Airport or are there any hitches or waiting times to be expected? Unlike for Brazil I don't see any online form to do this ahead of the flight.

    I once declared some electronics years ago. It took quite some time. Only one counter was manned and the value of individual items had to be guessed and entered.
    If you bring money that you must declare, go to the SUNAT (Customs) office after collecting your luggage and present the Baggage Affidavit, which you must previously have completed and marked in the "Goods to be Declared" section with an "x" the category (s) that correspond; as well as the of the Affidavit of Money and / or Negotiable Financial Instruments.

    There is no way to do this online but you can download the forms here: https://www.gob.pe/1116-ingresar-equ...inero-del-pais print them, fill them and sign them in advance, so you can just present them at the SUNAT desk.

    J. J.

  5. #1078

    Declaring currency

    Cash in excess of 10000 USD must be declared at customs. Is this just a formality at Chavez Airport or are there any hitches or waiting times to be expected? Unlike for Brazil I don't see any online form to do this ahead of the flight.

    I once declared some electronics years ago. It took quite some time. Only one counter was manned and the value of individual items had to be guessed and entered.

  6. #1077
    Quote Originally Posted by JackJericho  [View Original Post]
    And you must complete the form "Affidavit of Health and Geolocation Authorization" electronically and up to 48 hours before boarding, available at https://e-notificacion.migraciones.gob.pe/dj-salud/​.

    The purpose of this is to be able to locate you in case any passenger arriving the country in your same flight turns out to have COVID-19.

    J. J.
    That link is no longer valid. This is the working link: https://e-notificacion.migraciones.gob.pe/dj-salud/.

  7. #1076
    Quote Originally Posted by Ringudor  [View Original Post]
    https://www.iatatravelcentre.com/world.php

    Here they say for Peru, negative pcr 72 hours before or negative antigen 24 hour before.
    And you must complete the form "Affidavit of Health and Geolocation Authorization" electronically and up to 48 hours before boarding, available at https://e-notificacion.migraciones.gob.pe/dj-salud/​.

    The purpose of this is to be able to locate you in case any passenger arriving the country in your same flight turns out to have COVID-19.

    J. J.

  8. #1075
    Quote Originally Posted by JonesLover  [View Original Post]
    A few days ago everything has changed in Peru. It looks like it has now opened up to tourism. It is only necessary to present a negative Covid-19 RT PCR test, carried out 24 hours before leaving.

    Can anyone confirm it for me?

    Thank you.
    https://www.iatatravelcentre.com/world.php

    Here they say for Peru, negative pcr 72 hours before or negative antigen 24 hour before.

  9. #1074
    A few days ago everything has changed in Peru. It looks like it has now opened up to tourism. It is only necessary to present a negative Covid-19 RT PCR test, carried out 24 hours before leaving.

    Can anyone confirm it for me?

    Thank you.

  10. #1073

    Also on general guidelines

    Check the condition of money when giving and receiving bills.

    Counterfeits are common and everybody is willing to "pass the buck" to visitor who is not used to inspecting bills.

    This is easily forgotten when you are from country with no such issues.

  11. #1072
    Quote Originally Posted by XXL  [View Original Post]
    From the newspaper articles quarantine is mandatory regardless.
    Thanks.

    So Peru has to wait. Hope they would come back with less stricter protocols.

  12. #1071
    Quote Originally Posted by DogLife  [View Original Post]
    I was planning for a trip to Peru in a few weeks. But now I heard there will be 14 day quarantine mandate.

    Can anyone let me know if quarantine is mandatory even if negative PCR test report is provided.

    TIA.
    From the newspaper articles quarantine is mandatory regardless.

  13. #1070
    I was planning for a trip to Peru in a few weeks. But now I heard there will be 14 day quarantine mandate.

    Can anyone let me know if quarantine is mandatory even if negative PCR test report is provided.

    TIA.

  14. #1069

    Here is a sign of life.

    Let's hope all goes well.
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  15. #1068

    No hoops please.

    I see Colombia is open now for international travel but they make you jump thru hoops to get there. A hefty cost of around $ 200 for a virus test that must be no less than 96 hours old. Also some form you have to submit online to Colombia for I do not know what info they want. Also around 310 pesos for a test to leave the country. No thanks.

    I'm looking to go to Peru in Nov. I wonder if anyone knows what is needed to enter the country?

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