A visitor wishing to visit Peru for the purpose of tourism and sightseeing may require a tourist visa depending on his or her nationality. Citizens of most American and Western European countries do not require a tourist visa to enter Peru. Peru tourist visa is valid for a period of 183 days. It is a single entry visa and it does not grant the holder the permission to work in … [Read more...]
Officially called the Republic of Peru, this country lies on the Western side of South America. This nation is known for its biodiversity with different kinds of habitats like the Andes Mountains, Amazon rainforest, the arid plains on the coast of Pacific and the Amazon River. The ancient Incan city of Machu Picchu lies in the Andes Mountains.
The area surrounding Machu Picchu including the Inca Trail and Sacred Valley are archaeological sites. The Capital City of Lima lies on the Pacific coast and it’s famous for some of the major collections of Pre-Columbian art. Peru is frequented by tourists from all over the world.
A person who wishes to visit Peru as a tourist requires a tourist visa which is valid for a period of 183 days and it’s a one-time entry visa.
To get the visa you need to submit a duly filled and signed visa application form along with a valid passport which has at least two blank pages, a copy of return flight tickets, proof of financial stability, proof of confirmed hotel reservations, reservations of tourist packages, a detailed travel itinerary, a valid bank statement, a year’s income tax receipt and you need to be free of diseases that are contagious.
People from Europe and most of the American nations are exempted from a tourist visa.