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1.- How expensive is Peru to travel?

Travel to Peru is an experience that suits a variety of budgets, depending on your travel style and personal preferences. Peru offers a wide range of possibilities from budget options to luxury experiences. Here, I provide you with a general estimate for a trip on a moderate budget:

How much money do I need to travel to Peru from Chile?

  • Transport by bus or plane: Between 73,450 and 295,930 Chilean pesos each way, depending on distance and class.
  • Mid-range accommodation: Between 45,906 and 91,812 Chilean pesos per night.
  • Restaurant meals: Between 13,772 and 27,544 Chilean pesos per meal.
  • Internal transfers and activities: Between 45,906 and 91,812 Chilean pesos per night.
  • Total for a one-week trip: Between 734,496 and 1,377,180 Chilean pesos.

How much money do I need to travel to Peru from Mexico?

  • Round-trip flights from Mexico City to Lima: Between 14,600 and 27,375 Mexican pesos (depending on the airline and class).
  • Mid-range accommodation in Peru: Between 912.50 and 1,825 Mexican pesos per night.
  • Restaurant meals: Between 273.75 and 547.50 Mexican pesos per meal.
  • Internal transfers and activities: Between 273.75 and 547.50 Mexican pesos per day.
  • Total for a one-week trip: Between 27,375 and 54,750 Mexican pesos.

How much money do I need to travel to Peru from Colombia?

  • Round-trip flights from Bogotá to Lima: Between 2,611,200 and 5,222,400 Colombian pesos (depending on the airline and class).
  • Mid-range accommodation in Peru: Between 217,600 and 435,200 Colombian pesos per night.
  • Restaurant meals: Between 65,280 and 130,560 Colombian pesos per meal.
  • Internal transfers and activities: Between 217,600 and 435,200 Colombian pesos per day.
  • Total for a one-week trip: Between 5,443,200 and 10,886,400 Colombian pesos.

How much money do I need to travel to Peru from Spain?

  • Round-trip flights from Madrid to Lima: €950 – €1,805 (depending on the airline and class).
  • Mid-range accommodation in Peru: €57 – €114 per night.
  • Restaurant meals: €19 – €38 per meal.
  • Internal transport and activities: €47.50 – €142.50 per day.
  • Total for a one week trip: €2,375 – €4,275.

Remember that these are approximate values and actual prices vary depending on your personal choices and travel season. Also, if you book your travel to Peru with a reputable agency like Waman Adventures, you will receive assistance in planning your trip, including accommodation, tours and transportation, so you can make the most once you travel to Peru!

2.- What documents do I need to travel to Peru?

The documents you need to travel to Peru vary according to the traveller’s nationality and the purpose of the visit. Below is some general information about Peru travel documents you need:


  • Citizens of Colombia, Bolivia, Ecuador, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay and Uruguay who travel to Peru for tourism purposes can enter with their identity card or national identity card in physical format.
  • Citizens of nationalities other than those mentioned above must have a valid passport for at least 6 months.
  • Venezuelan citizens need a VISA unless they have permanent residence in a Pacific Alliance member country (Chile, Colombia or Mexico).
  • Most countries have a 90-day maximum stay with a tourist VISA, except Brazil and Chile, which have a 180-day limit.
  • Business VISA. Citizens of Brazil, Colombia and Chile do not need to apply for a business visa, while visitors from other countries must initiate the corresponding procedure.

Central America:

  • Citizens of Cuba, El Salvador, Haiti and Nicaragua must obtain a tourist visa before travel to Peru. Citizens of other nationalities in Central America only need a valid passport valid for at least 6 months.
  • Panama is the exception and does not require a Business VISA.
  • The maximum stay limit is 90 days for those without a VISA.

North America (Mexico):

  • Mexican citizens do not need a tourist or business visa to travel to Peru. Instead, they only need a valid passport valid for at least 6 months.
  • The maximum stay limit is 183 days.

Spanish-speaking Europe:

  1. Spanish citizens do not need to apply for a tourist or business VISA to travel to Peru. Instead, they only need a valid passport valid for at least 6 months.

Do I need a visa to travel to Peru?

To travel to Peru, citizens of Cuba, El Salvador, Haiti and Nicaragua need to apply for a tourist visa to enter the country. However, citizens of other nationalities only need a valid passport with a minimum validity of at least 6 months to enter Peru.

3.- Is Peru expensive to travel to?

We understand that finding a precise answer can be tricky, as the costs of travel to Peru could vary depending on a number of factors such as your travel style, length of stay, specific destinations and personal preferences. However, don’t worry! Travel to Peru is often affordable compared to other popular tourist destinations in the world. Some of the costs you need to consider are:

  • Flights. – Flights can be a significant part of your budget, especially if you come from North America or Europe. My advice is to book your flights in advance, as some airlines offer relatively low prices to Lima.
  • Accommodation.- Peru offers a wide range of accommodation options to suit different budgets. From budget hostels, motels and luxury hotels, there is something for everyone.
  • Food. – Peru’s food is delicious and diverse. You can find inexpensive meals called “menus” in local restaurants and markets. You can also find gourmet restaurants if you want an exclusive dining experience.
  • Activities. – The activities you choose can be tailored to suit your budget, as Peru offers a wide variety of options to satisfy all budgets. From relaxed city tours to exciting 11-day expeditions, you’ll find alternatives to suit your travel style. Entrance fees to tourist sites are usually quite affordable, but consider that more adventurous activities, such as rafting or mountaineering, may cost extra.
  • Travel insurance. – It is advisable to purchase travel insurance to guarantee your protection in case of a medical emergency, unexpected trip cancellations or other unforeseen events. The price of insurance depends on the extent of the coverage you select.

In summary, if you are planning to travel to Peru, it will not be an expensive destination if you plan your trip in advance and choose options that fit your budget. However, it also offers luxury options for those looking for a more exclusive experience.

Follow this advice: Research and plan ahead to find the highest value for your travel preferences.

4.- Is Peru safe to travel to?

Absolutely yes. Do not worry about anything when you travel to Peru because it is not a dangerous country to travel to! In fact, Peru is a popular tourist destination that receives millions of visitors each year. However, as anywhere in the world, it is essential to take safety precautions to ensure a smooth and uneventful travel:

  • Be aware of your surroundings at all times, especially in crowded or lightly trafficked places.
  • Don’t carry much cash. You just need to bring the amount of money you need for your daily expenses.
  • Keep valuables out of sight. In other words, do not wear jewellery or other valuables that attract thieves.
  • Avoid walking alone. We recommend to walk accompanied in dark or lightly trafficked areas.
  • Don’t drink too much, as too much alcohol can reduce your ability to make decisions and make you more vulnerable to crime.
  • Learn some basic Spanish phrases to communicate with locals and avoid misunderstandings before you travel to Peru.

5.- What vaccines are needed to travel to Peru?

Travel to Peru does not require COVID-19 vaccination. However, some important vaccines are recommended to protect your health during your stay, including:

  • Hepatitis A: This vaccine prevents hepatitis A infection, which can be transmitted through contaminated food or water.
  • Hepatitis B: Offers protection against hepatitis B, a liver infection transmitted through contact with contaminated blood, unprotected sexual contact, or needles.
  • Dengue: This vaccine prevents the dengue virus, which is transmitted through mosquito bites.
  • Typhoid: Recommended to prevent Typhoid fever, which can be contracted by ingesting contaminated food or water. The vaccine is available in oral or injectable form.
  • Rabies: Prevents rabies infection, which is transmitted through the bite of infected mammals, whether wild or domestic.
  • Yellow fever: This is essential if you plan to visit yellow fever risk areas in Peru, such as the Peruvian jungle and certain departments like Amazonas, Loreto, San Martin and Madre de Dios. The vaccine is administered 10 days before travelling to these areas.

If you had not received these vaccinations prior to your trip, Jorge Chavez International Airport in Lima offers vaccination services to obtain them before you begin your adventure in Peru. Please note that these vaccinations cost additional. Travelling with caution and taking care of your health is essential, so consider these recommended vaccinations before travel to Peru.

6.- Can I travel with children? Where to travel with children in Peru?

Of course you can!! You can travel to Peru with children, and there are many activities and places suitable for families because Peru is a family-friendly destination. Be sure to plan your trip with your children’s needs in mind, such as meal times, breaks and age-appropriate activities. With proper planning, your trip to Peru can be a memorable experience for your whole family. Here are some calming options and places to visit with young children in Peru:

  • Machu Picchu: Despite the altitude, Machu Picchu is a unique experience for the whole family. Children can explore the ruins and learn about Inca history while enjoying the breathtaking scenery. Be sure to bring water and sunscreen.
  • Aguas Calientes Hot Springs: Kids can relax in the hot springs after exploring Machu Picchu.
  • Sacred Valley of the Incas: This valley offers many family activities, such as visits to local markets, bike tours or gentle hikes. Children can learn about local culture and enjoy the beautiful scenery.
  • Cusco and its Historic Centre: Cusco’s cobbled streets and squares are ideal for strolling with children. They can also visit museums such as the Inka Museum, and Qoricancha.
  • Huachipa Zoo in Lima: Children love zoos, and this is one of the largest in South America. They can see a variety of animals and learn about Peruvian wildlife.
  • Ballestas Islands: A boat ride around the Ballestas Islands is exciting for children, as they can see a variety of wildlife such as sea lions, penguins and seabirds in their natural habitat.
  • Parque de las Leyendas in Lima: This park combines a zoo with an archaeological park, making it a fun and educational place for children.
  • National Museum in Lima: This museum has a section dedicated to children called “Museo para Todos or Museum for everyone”, where they can learn about Peru’s history and culture in an interactive way.
  • Adventure Park “Saltos del Apurimac”: If your kids are teenagers and like excitement, this park offers activities such as zip-lining and hanging bridges in the middle of nature.

7.- What is the best season to travel to Peru?

To enjoy the best weather conditions during your travel time in Peru, it is advisable to consider the time of year you plan to visit this beautiful country. Here is some information about the different seasons and their advantages:

  • Dry season (April to October). – Consider these months the best to travel to Peru, as you will generally experience dry weather, sunny days and starry nights in most regions. On the other hand, the high season is between July and August, and prices for accommodation and flights tend to be higher during these months. If you’re looking to avoid crowds and save money, consider travelling in April, May, September or October.
  • Rainy season (December to March). – During these months, Peru experiences the rainy season, especially in the highlands and jungle. As the low season begins, prices drop. However, it is important to know that on Christmas prices can be higher due to demand. February is not the ideal time for trekking, as the Inca Trail is often closed for maintenance. However, there are alternative routes available, such as the Salkantay Trek, Lares Trek or the Inca Jungle, all of them can be explored by you during this time of year.
  • Intermediate Season (March, April, May, September and October): These months offer favourable weather and fewer tourists. Rainfall is less frequent, making it an ideal time to explore various regions of Peru without the crowds whereas the high season. Prices for accommodation and flights can also be lower at this time.

8.- Is travel insurance mandatory for Peru?

No, but travel insurance is highly recommended before and when you travel to Peru. Why? Because it gives you peace of mind to enjoy your trip without worries. Travel insurance can cover a wide range of unforeseen events that may arise before or during your trip such as lost luggage, cancelled flights or health problems. Also, during your stay in Peru, travel insurance can provide medical assistance in case of illness or accident, cover hospitalisation expenses and, in extreme cases, facilitate repatriation in case of death.

Here are some travel insurance websites to check out:

We recommend you research and choose the right travel insurance for your needs and preferences.

9.- Do our travel packages include international flights?

Waman Adventures aims to provide exceptional service within Peru. Therefore, our travel packages do not include international flights. However, we understand that planning a trip can be complicated, and we are here to make things easier for you. We have a highly trained sales team who are happy to assist you in quoting and arranging your international flights as conveniently as possible. We are here to help you achieve your dream to travel to Peru!

10.- Which airport to get to if you are travelling to Machu Picchu?

If you plan to travel to Machu Picchu, you will land at Alejandro Velasco Astete International Airport (CUZ) in Cusco city. However, it is important to note that there are no direct flights to Cusco from abroad, so you will have a stopover. You will first arrive at Jorge Chavez International Airport (LIM) in Lima, the capital of Peru, and then take an internal or local flight to Cusco. Once you are in Cusco, you will continue your adventure to Machu Picchu. This adventure includes a drive to Ollantaytambo and a train ride to Aguas Calientes.

11.- Which city should you visit when you want to visit Machu Picchu?

To visit Machu Picchu, your destination will be Cusco, known as the “navel of the world” in ancient Inca culture. It is must know that there are currently no direct flights to Cusco from abroad. Therefore, your itinerary will include a first flight to Lima, Peru’s capital. From Lima, you will travel to Cusco by domestic flight, and if you prefer, you can opt for ground transportation, such as buses that will also take you to this magical city.

Note: It is important to consider that the bus option, although cheaper, implies a longer trip with an approximate duration of 25 hours. The ticket does not exceed 200 soles, it depends on the season and company. Cruz del Sur, CIVA and Oltursa are some of the companies operating this route. If you want to travel by plane to Cusco, you must consider the season and book your flight in advance.

12.- Is Machu Picchu expensive to travel to? How much is a trip to Machu Picchu?

Travelling to Machu Picchu is not expensive compared to other famous destinations. To visit this Inca citadel, you must first arrive in Cusco. If you are coming from abroad, you will probably arrive first in the capital, Lima. From Lima, you have two options to get to Cusco: by bus and flight.

Flight prices vary according to the season. February and March are usually low season months and tend to offer cheaper fares. On the other hand, July is the high season in Cusco, which results in higher prices for flights and accommodation. Airfare costs usually range from US$150 to US$400, depending on the season and the airline selected. Booking in advance is a smart strategy to benefit from low-priced promotions.

In general, a trip to Machu Picchu costs between US$500 and US$1,500, depending on your preferences and amenities. This includes essential expenses such as flights, accommodation, entrance fees, transportation and food.

Finally, if you are looking for an organised experience, at Waman Adventures, we offer an organised experience that guarantees comfort and exceptional organisation. Our full day tour to the Inca Citadel costs $299 per person. What services are included? Practically everything!! From private transportation to the train station, train tickets, entrance fees to Machu Picchu, bus transportation to the World Wonder, the company of a certified professional guide and door-to-door service, with us, you won’t have to worry about a thing!

13.- How much does a trip from Lima to Machu Picchu cost?

The cost of a trip from Lima to Machu Picchu varies significantly depending on several factors (time of year, type of transport, accommodation and whether you plan to do the Inca Trail or take a train). However, below is a general estimate in US dollars:

  • Flight from Lima to Cusco or bus from Lima to Cusco. – The cost of flights from Lima to Cusco generally ranges between $100 and $200 USD per person for a round-trip ticket, depending on when you book and the season in which you plan to travel. If you’re looking for a cheaper option, you may want to consider the bus. Although it involves a longer trip, lasting approximately 25 hours, the ticket price is usually affordable, usually no more than $55 USD depending on the season.
  • Accommodation costs vary according to the type of accommodation you choose. You can find options ranging from $30 USD per night in budget hostels to $200 USD or more per night in luxury hotels.
  • Transport from Cusco to Ollantaytambo. – To get from Cusco to Ollantaytambo, the cost is between $5 and $10 USD.
  • Transport from Ollantaytambo to Aguas Calientes (Machu Picchu Pueblo): Once in Ollantaytambo, you will need to take a train to Aguas Calientes, the closest town to Machu Picchu. The train cost can vary from approximately $60 USD to $200 USD each way, depending on the class and type of train.
  • Transport from Aguas Calientes to Machu Picchu. – Bus tickets are usually cheaper, costing around $25 USD each way.
  • Entrance to Machu Picchu. – The entrance fee to Machu Picchu varies depending on whether you are a student ($17) or an adult ($41), and whether you want to add a visit to Huayna Picchu Mountain or Machu Picchu Mountain.
  • Food and other expenses. – Additional expenses, such as meals, souvenirs and possibly tour guides, can add up to around $30 to $50 USD per day.

So, in summary, the total cost of a trip from Lima to Machu Picchu can range from approximately $350 USD to $800 USD or more. This depends on your personal choices and preferences. Remember that these are only estimates and that actual prices may fluctuate depending on the season and offers available at the time of your trip.

14.- What airlines fly to Peru?

Peru is a country with a wide range of international airlines providing services for people who decide to travel to Peru or leave it. These airlines are from abroad and operate international flights to Peru, offering travellers a variety of travel options.

Which airlines fly from Mexico to Peru?

  • Aeromexico
  • LATAM Airlines
  • Avianca
  • Volaris
  • COPA Airlines

Which airlines fly to Peru from Colombia?

  • Copa Airlines
  • Avianca
  • Wingo
  • Viva Air Peru

Which airlines fly from Chile to Peru?

  • Delta
  • LATAM Airlines
  • LATAM Airlines Peru

Which airlines fly from Spain to Peru?

  • Air France
  • Delta
  • Air Europa
  • LATAM Airlines
  • Lufthansa

Which airlines fly from the United States to Peru?

  • Spirit
  • Sky
  • Avianca
  • Copa Airlines
  • Latam Airlines
  • American Airlines

Which airlines fly from the UK to Peru?

  • KLM
  • British Airways
  • AirFrance
  • Delta
  • Iberia
  • Air Europa
  • LATAM Airlines
  • Iberia
  • KLM

Which airlines fly from Canada to Peru?

  • Avianca
  • Delta
  • LATAM Airlines
  • American Airlines
  • Air Canada
  • United Airlines

15.- Flight time to Peru. How many hours does it take to get to Peru by flight?

Peru is a country located on South America’s west coast. It is a popular tourist destination, known for its immense history, culture and nature. If you plan to travel to Peru, it is important to consider the flight time. The distance between most countries in the world to Peru is considerable. This means that the flights to Peru are often long. The exact flight time depends on the departure and arrival city.

Direct flights

Direct flights to Peru are available from many cities around the world. These flights are usually more expensive than stopover flights, but they are faster.

Flights with stopovers

Flights with stopovers are usually cheaper than direct flights, but they take longer. Stopovers can be in any city in the world, but the most common stopovers are in the United States, Europe or South America.

Flight times may vary depending on weather conditions and other factors.

Flight time to Peru from Mexico

Mexico City to Lima flight time is usually approximately 7 to 8 hours, depending on the route and whether there are intermediate stops.

  • From Mexico City to Lima: 6 hours and 17 minutes.
  • From Cancun to Lima: 6 hours and 30 minutes
  • From Guadalajara to Lima: 6 hours and 45 minutes
  • From Monterrey to Lima: 7 hours

How many hours is the flight from Colombia to Peru?

The direct flight from Bogota, Colombia to Lima, Peru takes approximately 3 to 5 hours, depending on the flight conditions and the specific route taken by the airline. It is important to consider that if intermediate stops are included, the total trip duration could be longer.

How long does it take to fly or travel to Peru from Ecuador?

The flight time from Quito, Ecuador to Lima, Peru is approximately 3 to 4 hours on a direct flight. However, you must consider that flight times may vary depending on the route (with or without stopovers) and the airline you choose.

  • From Bogota to Lima: 3 hours and 2 minutes
  • From Cartagena to Lima: 3 hours and 40 minutes
  • From Medellin to Lima: 3 hours and 30 minutes

16.- Which are the most visited places should I consider before travel to Peru?

Peru is a country full of natural and cultural wonders that attract travellers from all over the world. Here are some of the most visited places in Peru:

  • Machu Picchu Historical Sanctuary. – (Located in Cusco) This iconic site is a true archaeological treasure that has received thousands of tourists. Walking among the ancient Inca ruins and enjoying the breathtaking mountain views is an experience you will never forget.
  • Paracas National Reserve. – (Located in Ica) This place will take you to a world of natural beauty. It is the second most visited destination in Peru. Its beaches, islets teeming with marine life and the famous Candelabro will leave you in awe.
  • Huascaran National Park. – (Located in Ancash) This is home to majestic snow-capped mountains and crystal clear lakes that attracted 224,000 tourists. It has also experienced an incredible 15.8% growth compared to last year.
  • Colca Valley. – (Located in Arequipa) Home to the majestic Andean Condor, this canyon is twice as deep as the Grand Canyon in the United States. Although the number has decreased somewhat, it is still an impressive destination.
  • Huaca Pucllana Museum. – (Located in Lima): This archaeological complex in the heart of Lima immerses you in the pre-Inca history of the region.
  • Museum of the Royal Tomb of the Lord of Sipan. – (Located in Lambayeque): Treasures found in the tomb of an ancient Mochica ruler (the Lord of Sipan) are exhibited here. Gold jewellery and funerary masks are impressive.
  • Historical Sanctuary Pampa de Ayacucho. – (Located in Ayacucho): This historical site was the scene of significant battles during Peru’s independence. The monument at Pampa de Ayacucho commemorates these events.

Historical note: The Battle of Ayacucho took place in La Pampa on the 9th of December 1824. This battle marked a transcendental milestone by irrevocably sealing Peru’s independence and a large part of Latin America from Spanish rule.

  • Titicaca National Reserve. – (Located in Puno) Lake Titicaca is famous for its floating islands made of Totora reeds, inhabited by the Uros community. You can also visit Taquile Island, known for its textile handicrafts.
  • Pachacamac Site Museum. – (Located in Lima) This archaeological complex south of Lima houses pre-Inca temples and a pyramid dating back more than 1,000 years. It offers a fascinating insight into pre-Inca culture.
  • Chan Chan Archaeological Zone. – (Located in La Libertad) Chan Chan was the capital of the ancient Chimu kingdom and is the largest adobe city in the Americas. Their artistic skill is evident and intricate in mural decorations.

17.- What currency should I bring if you travel to Peru in 2024?

It is recommended that you bring US dollars with you when planning a trip to Peru in 2024. In tourist cities, such as Lima, Cusco or Arequipa, you will find exchange offices where you can exchange your dollars for the local currency, the Nuevo Sol. In addition, dollars are widely accepted in the country and useful to pay for tourist services, such as tours or car rentals.

However, it is important to remember that in some cases, especially when it comes to small and traditional shops, dollars may not be accepted. For this reason, it is advisable to carry some cash in Nuevo Sol for your tours and day-to-day expenses. This will help you to buy food, souvenirs and other local products.

18.- What should I do before travel to Peru?

Before booking your trips to Peru, we recommend you follow these steps to plan and make the most of your travel experience with Waman Adventures:

  • The first step to a successful trip is to plan how many days you would like to spend on your Peruvian adventure and the starting point of it.
  • Research flight prices thoroughly in advance. Compare several options to find the best deals and ensure they fit your budget.
  • Choose the cities you want to visit and the activities you want to do in them. Peru offers a wide variety of destinations and experiences to discover, so, take your time to decide which places you would like to explore and which activities appeal to you most.
  • Explore our packages and select the one that perfectly suits your personal preferences. If you have questions, our sales staff will be happy to help you with anything you need.
  • Make a list of your daily expenses, such as food, extra sightseeing and souvenirs.
  • Consider buying travel insurance to be prepared for emergencies. Remember that taking out travel insurance will give you peace of mind during your adventure, as you’ll be covered for medical problems, trip cancellations or other unforeseen events.
  • Everything is ready for your dream trip! Pack your bags with enthusiasm and be ready for unforgettable moments in Peru.
  • By following these tips and trusting Waman Adventures as your travel agency, you will be ready to live an unforgettable experience in Peru. If you book now, you will create incredible memories within the Peruvian Andes essence!





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