Visit Peru

Inka Express Travel offers a wonderful family vacation to Peru, and for 9 days and 8 nights you get to see the Sacred Valley, Machu Picchu, Lima, as well as Cusco. Not only will you see much of the natural beauty of this country, take in some of the ancient history, but also get to see and experience the blend …

Why You Need a Private Tour Peru?

When planning a trip to Peru, should you travel independently or take a private tour? The answer lies in what sort of traveler you feign to be and the expectations you have for your trip. But even independent travelers are signing up for escorted tours, hoping to transfer the hassle of trip planning and organizational details to someone else. And …

can you Volunteer and Work in Peru?

For anybody wanting to volunteer abroad in Peru, this is a good time, because Peru is currently enjoying a tourist boom. This has enabled a degree of economic relief to be provided to the 25% of the country’s population that live under conditions of poverty. Although Peru offers modern cities such as Lima, because of the nature of its geography …

Is Peru Diverse Enough?

The South American country of Peru is one which can be considered truly diverse. The complicated history of Peru over several thousand years has led to a country which is poor in economic terms but extremely rich in cultural and natural wealth. According to figures from the World Bank (2008) Peru has GDP per capita of US$ 8,507 compared with …

Traditional Peru Behavior

If you’ve ever taken a Peru Vacation, one or all of these words will float into your mind sooner or later. If you were expecting to encounter life in the same form as back home, you’ll be in for a shock. Why is Peru so different? It could be thousands of years of civilizations steam-rollering over each other, each leaving …

Business Visa for Peru

Regardless of the nationality, anyone travelling to Peru for business purposes, especially when business contracts or agreements are signed or business related financial transaction are made, has to apply for a business visa at a Peruvian Consulate before entering the country. The Peruvian business visa is a multiple entry visa and entitles its holder to enter Peru within a time …

10 things to know before visiting Peru

With a climate that ranges from desert dry to tropical lush to freeze-your-North-Face-off in the Andes, Peru packs a ton of diversity between its sea level elevation Pacific beaches and the 22,204 foot top of its highest mountain, Nevado Huascaran. There’s pisco. There’s ceviche. And, yes, there’s that famous trail. Don’t worry, we’ll get to all of those. First some …

Extension of Peruvian Tourist Visa

Since July 2008 it is NOT possible to extend your tourist visa once you have entered Peru!!! When arriving at the airport or border, make sure you get a visa for the time you intent to stay. After Peruvian law the maximum time for a tourist to stay in the country is 183 days per year.

Do I need a Tourist Visa for Peru?

In general citizens of the countries in the listing below do NOT have to apply for a visa at an embassy or consulate before entering Peru. A passport valid at least six months with at least 2 free pages in the visa section is enough to get a Tourist Visa (actually it’s only an entry stamp) directly at the border …

Tourist Visa To Visit Peru

General Info Travelers need a passport valid at least half a year with at least 2 free pages in the visa section when entering Peru. The maximum stay in Peru on a tourist visa is 183 days (per year)! You can’t extent your tourist visa once you entered Peru! Peruvian tourist visa are single entry visa only! Like in most …