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Different museums, archaeological sites and natural attractions haven been opened to the public in different cities of Peru. All of these are following the needed safety protocols and also asking for a sing-up done prior to your visit to be able to enter.
Cusco has opened some of archeological sites and natural attractions to the public. Which means that guided tours are already available.
You can postpone your 2020 Tour Date if your tour was cancelled due to quarantine!
If you haven’t already rebooked your trek or tour, please contact us so we can reserve a new date. You may reschedule anytime until 2022 and even choose a different trek or tour!. As long as the itinerary corresponds to the days of visit to Machupicchu or in case of one-day tours, you can make the change by adding the difference.
This means: If you had a 2020 trek and the country stays closed for the rest of 2020, you will be able to postpone your trek and move it to another date any time from now and for the next 2 years. We cannot provide refunds if you choose not to come on your trip when the country is reopened and activities are available again.
Why? Any fees you paid in advance for Machu Picchu fees, Huayna Picchu, train tickets, or hotels will NOT be refunded to us—they will only let us have you change your travel dates because the country is closed.
What’s the current state of Peru for international travelling?
Peru got the ‘’Safe Travels’’ stamp provided by the World Travel & Tourism Council (WWTC). This stamp enables travelers to recognize destinations around the world, which have adopted health and hygiene global standardized protocols – so they can experience 'Safe Travels'.
On October 5th. Peru opened its borders to countries inside South America. Allowing flights to:
Guayaquil (Ecuador), La Paz (Bolivia), Quito (Ecuador), Bogotá (Colombia), Santa Cruz (Bolivia), Cali, Medellín (Colombia), Panamá, Asunción (Paraguay), Montevideo (Uruguay) y Santiago (Chile) connecting to Lima.
Beginning November 1st. The Ministry of Transport and Communications allowed new international flights from destinations in different countries. These are:
United States: Houston, Atlanta, Los Angeles, New York, Orlando and Miami
México: Ciudad de México, Cancún
Brazil: São Paulo, Brasilia, Porto Alegre and Iguazu
Costa Rica: San José
Cuba: La Habana
República Dominicana: Punta Cana
El Salvador: San Salvador
Jamaica: Montego Bay
There is a high probability of flight from Europe to be added soon.