CORONAVIRUS IN PERU & MACHU PICCHU

 Travel Updates

Published 21st September, 2020 | Updated 9th November, 2020

Update: Monday, 9th of November, 2020

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Can I Travel to Peru from Another Country?
Limited international flights started on the 5th of October, with additional routes opening on the 1st of November (further details below). Land borders are not yet open but discussion are on going with neighbouring countries.

Can I Travel Within Peru?
Yes, with some limitations, further details below.

Is Machu Picchu open to visitors?
Machu Picchu reopened on the 1st of November, free of charge to all visitors until the 31st of December. Tickets are being issued here. The site has received the Safe Travels stamp from the WTTC.

INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL TO PERU

DOMESTIC TRAVEL IN PERU

WHAT TOURIST ATTRACTIONS ARE OPEN?

Archaeological sites, museums and other attractions started to reopen gradually from the 15th of October. Below is a list of some of the most popular sites in different areas of Peru.

MACHU PICCHU - OPEN. Tickets are free until the 31st of December 2020, but must be obtained in advance here. CHILDREN UNDER 14 AND ADULTS OVER 65 YEARS WILL NOT BE GRANTED ENTRY.

CUSCO RUINS - OPEN, 50% capacity, by reservation only (Sacsayhuaman, Qenqo, Tambomachay, Pukapukara)

SACRED VALLEY RUINS - OPEN, 50% capacity, by reservation only (Pisac, Ollantaytambo, Chinchero Moray)

SOUTHERN VALLEY RUINS - OPEN, 50% capacity by reservation only (Tipon, Pikillaqta) 

CUSCO MUSEUMS  - CLOSED

TRAINS TO MACHU PICCHU PUEBLO - operating, but on a limited schedule.

RAINBOW MOUNTAIN (Vinicunca) - CLOSED. Possibly opening during November.

PALCOLO RAINBOW MOUNTAINS  - CLOSED. Possibly opening during November.

LAKE HUMANTAY  - CLOSED. Possibly opening during November.

WAQRAPUKARA - OPEN

HUCHUY QOSQO - OPEN

HOTELS & RESTAURANTS

OTHER INFORMATION & RESTRICTIONS

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