Peru Rainfores
Peru Rainfores

Make the Amazon your next destination!

1. Choose a safe destination.

Before traveling, make sure you choose a safe destination. Consider the World Health Organization’s recommendations as well as the ones from the Health Ministry in Peru (MINSA). It’s crucial that you maintain yourself well informed so that your trip is not only pleasant but also safe.

  • Open spaces: 

Going to a natural destination is the perfect opportunity to reconnect with ourselves, discovering new destinations and cultures full of interesting traditions. It is worth mentioning, that infection risks are much lower in open spaces.

Of course, respecting social distance and using masks is mandatory, as well as using face shields in public transportation. Frequent washing of hands is equally important.

2. Transportation for a safe travel.

Once you have chosen your destination, you must consider the means of transportation you’ll be using. If you are traveling by air, take into account the following requirements for a safe flight. Take note!

  • Personal protection.

At the airport, all passengers must wear, at all times, a disposable surgical mask as well as a face shield or safety glasses.

  • Documentation. 

All passengers must show their identity card, boarding pass or their flight reservation to enter the airport. Preferably, in electronic version. This way, the process will be streamlined and contact with staff avoided (reducing infection risks).

Remember that on our cruises through the Amazon, the heart of the Peruvian Jungle, you’ll be traveling safely at all times. Embark yourself and discover the world of Jungle Experiences! In each one of our boats, all measures and necessary precautions will be applied so our passengers feel safe both aboard and on land during our outings.

With a capacity of maximum 40 people on each cruise, enjoy a personalized trip and discover the wonders hidden in the Peruvian Amazon. Be part of an unforgettable experience in the Jungle. Note that thanks to the reduced capacity, the disinfection process will be a lot quicker and monitoring easier, reducing all risks.

3. Requirements to travel safely to Peru. 

If you’re thinking about coming to Peruvian territory, take note on the following country requirements:

  • Hold a negative real-time RT-PCR (-) test result, with less than 72 hours from the moment it was issued, a negative antigen test (-) or a medical certificate of epidemiological discharge, before boarding the airplane.
  • In the case of children (under 12 years old), a medical certificate of good health is required.
  • Present an Electronic Health Sworn Statement, and a commitment to carry out the traveler’s isolation or quarantine, if needed.
Is an expert in everything South America, his passion for the region and exploring off the beaten path makes his travel writing both useful and interesting. He has written for several mainstream publications and you can read his guides on Ecuador, Peru, the Galapagos Islands and the Amazon. Andre is also an accomplished photographer and has been recognized as one of the best wildlife photographers in the region, his photos have been featured in National Geographic and other journals. As a travel agent Andre specializes in curating unique experiences, crafting tailor made itineraries and helping visitors make the best of their vacation, always putting the experience first

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