FAQ - Entry Requirements by Country

Do I need visas for my trip?

PERU

  • Citizens of the USA, Canada, the European Union, Australia and New Zealand do not need a visa to enter Peru for tourism purposes. Citizens of certain Asian countries such as China, Hong Kong, Japan, Thailand and Singapore, as well as Israel don’t need visas. Check the full list for clients from other countries not listed here.
  • Indian citizens (who do not possess a US/Canadian/EU passport) DO require a visa which should be obtained from a Peruvian Embassy/Consulate in the client’s home country.
  • Tarjeta Andina de Migracion (Tourist card): All citizens of countries not requiring a visa will receive an immigration form to complete just before landing. Ensure that all details are exactly as on your passport. Once you pass immigration, you will be given a small section of the card known as the Tarjeta Andina de Migracion, which you should keep with you to show to all hotels (to prove tax exemption) and return to the authorities when you leave. Please let us know if you lose this card at any point in your journey.
  • Passport Validity: passports should be valid on entry to Peru, but there is no minimum validity requirement after entry.

BOLIVIA

  • Citizens of Canada, the European Union, Australia and New Zealand do not need a visa to enter Peru for tourism purposes.
  • Citizens of the US, India and Israel (amongst others) DO require a visa, but this can be processed on arrival at the airport or land border. Prices vary from around $50 for most countries to $165 for the US (reciprocity fee). Check the full list for clients from other countries not listed here.
  • Chinese citizens (who do not possess a US/Canadian/EU passport) DO require a visa which should be obtained from a Bolivian Embassy/Consulate in the client’s home country.
  • Tarjeta de Turismo (Tourist card): All citizens of countries not requiring a visa will receive an immigration form to complete just before landing. Ensure that all details are exactly as on your passports. Once you pass immigration, you will be given a small section of the card known as the Tarjeta de Turismo, which you should keep with you and return to authorities when you leave. Please let us know if you lose this card at any point in your journey.
  • Passport Validity: passports should be valid on entry to Bolivia and for 6 months after.

ECUADOR

  • Ecuador offers visa free entry for citizens of almost every country. Check the full list.
  • Tarjeta de Turismo (Tourist card): All citizens of countries not requiring a visa will receive an immigration form to complete just before landing. Ensure that all details are exactly as on your passports. Once you pass immigration, you will be given a small section of the card known as the Tarjeta de Turismo, which you should keep with you and return to authorities when you leave. Please let us know if you lose this card at any point in your journey.
  • Passport Validity: passports should be valid on entry to Ecuador and for 6 months after.