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This content was updated in October 2022

Please note that since October 12th, 2022, the Peru Health Declaration is no longer needed to enter the country.

If you want to visit the famous country of Peru in South America soon, it is a mandatory requirement, as per Peruvian law, to obtain the Peru Health Declaration (or Peru affidavit) and provide your personal and health details to the Peruvian authorities. It’s a mechanism to control the COVID pandemic in Peru.

Luckily, iVisa.com has collected the most relevant information on how to fill out your Peruvian affidavit application, so you can avoid the bothersome paperwork, and you don't even have to visit a Peruvian immigration office or embassy before your upcoming trip. Visit our homepage, using our Visa Checker, to confirm it is all you need for your international trip to Peru. Our team can help you if you have any questions about the Peru Health Declaration.

Remember that the Peru HD is not a visa and does not replace a visa. If you need a Peru visa to enter Peru then you should contact your local embassy or consulate.

What is the Peruvian Health Affidavit?

It’s a new travel authorization, required by the Peruvian government, that must be completed to enter Peru, by nationals and foreign nationals. This form will help government officials manage the risks associated with the coronavirus pandemic. All travelers who wish to visit Peru need to complete this form, as well as Peruvian citizens returning home from travel abroad.

This document was launched as a result of the pandemic that arose from COVID-19. The Peru Affidavit is easy to obtain with iVisa.com because it only requires you to fill out an easy online form in just a few minutes.

Make sure you follow all the health protocols upon arrival. You can check our FAQ section below for the most up to date COVID vaccine and PCR test information.

Who is eligible for the Peruvian Health Affidavit?

It is mandatory to apply from the HD if you're traveling to Peru. You need to complete the form to be allowed to enter the country on domestic flights or international flights.

Most entry requirements are obligatory only for international travelers. However, the Peru Health Declaration is different as it’s mandatory for non-residents and residents. In other words, Peruvians who travel abroad and come back to Peru must carry this health document. Remember that this health protocol is helping Peruvian health authorities with the measures to control the COVID pandemic.

Who is able to travel to Peru?

Many countries worldwide are able to travel to Peru with ease, including member states of the European Union, and non-EU European member countries.

It's easier to contact your local embassy to see your specific nationalities' requirements or use our visa checker tool on the homepage to find out.

Everyone will still need to present a Health Declaration Card to be able to enter the country.

How long is the Peruvian Health Affidavit valid for?

The Peru Travelers Health Affidavit is a Single Entry document and expires 30 days after arrival.

Can I get a Peru Affidavit for free?

Yes, this form is usually available for free. However, applying for it with iVisa.com and having it ready before your flight is a great way to save yourself the extra waiting time caused by immigration queues or if you need to catch a connecting flight. Additionally, at iVisa.com you can fill out the online form in whichever language you need, and our team of experts will review your application to be sure you made no mistakes.

What are the travel requirements and required documents to apply?

Everything is very simple with us. The process is 100% online, so you don’t even need to leave your home, just access to the internet and an electronic device is enough. There are no special required documents to apply for the health affidavit.

You will only need:

  • Valid passport: It must be a biometric passport

  • A valid email address

  • A credit or debit card to pay the processing fee (see fees below)

Do I need a Peruvian health affidavit if I’m transiting through Peru?

It is mandatory for all travelers arriving from a foreign country to fill out the health Form, regardless of whether it's their final destination or not.

How do I apply for the Peruvian online health form with iVisa.com?

To learn more about the Peruvian online health form and apply easily, you can do it with the help of iVisa.com, following these 3 simple steps:

  • Step 1: Provide basic information about yourself and your trip by answering a couple of questions like your passport number and a contact phone number. Make sure you are selecting the correct document you wish to apply for.

  • Step 2: Once you’ve made sure you have all the necessary Peruvian online health form documents and delivered the correct information, you just have to choose the processing time that best suits you, so you can pay the fees using a credit or debit card.

  • Step 3: Finally, add any documents (if applicable), and click ‘Submit.’

You will receive an email with a PDF confirmation with a QR code attached that our team will send you. Once you arrive in Peru, you only need to show it with the other required documents at the airport, and you can relax and enjoy your trip to Peru.

What are the costs and processing time of the Peruvian health affidavit?

This will depend on the processing time you choose. By applying with iVisa.com you can choose any of the three processing times we offer, which are the following:

  • Standard Processing Time: 24 hours - USD $24.99

  • Rush Processing Time: 4 hours - USD $44.99

  • Super Rush Processing Time: 30 minutes - USD $75.99

When should I apply for my Peru HD?

Aside from planning your trip to Peru, you must be aware that you need to apply for the Peru Health Declaration 72 hours before your flight. No worries if you are in a rush, you can get it within 30 minutes using our services.

Traveling with minors

In the case of minors or people with disabilities who can’t complete the health form on their own, it will be the responsibility of the father, mother, or person in charge to fill in the required data on their behalf.

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Once you send your application, we’ll forward the Peru Affidavit to your email inbox before departure, so you can show it to the immigration authorities once you arrive at the airport.

Make sure you have saved it in an easy-to-access place on your mobile device, or alternatively you can print it out.

COVID-19 Requirements or restrictions

Do I need to take a COVID-19 test before traveling to Peru?

  • COVID testing requirements: There are no testing requirements.

Do I need a COVID vaccine or vaccination certificate to enter Peru?

No, you don't. COVID vaccination certificates are not mandatory to visit Peru.

Since information may change quickly, we advise you to follow up on the latest Peru travel updates and/or contact your local embassy. Alternatively, you can check our FAQ section below for the most up-to-date information.

Do I need to quarantine when I get to Peru?

There are no quarantine requirements in Peru.

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The eMed self-test COVID-19 kit includes 6 rapid antigen tests that meet major US airline's entry requirements - perfect for travelers on round-trip journeys from the United States!

Order your test kit before your trip and it will be delivered to your home address for easy testing, anywhere, anytime. The Certified Guide will help you get results in 15 minutes on the NAVICA app. Get the eMed self-test COVID-19 kit for $150- that’s only $25 per test.

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What else should I keep in mind before traveling to Peru?

Important Instructions

  • Remember that the Peru HD is not a visa and does not replace a visa. If you need a visa to travel to Peru you should contact the Peruvian embassy in your home country or your local embassy.
  • The Peru Travelers Health Affidavit is currently aimed at all nationalities, including the same Peruvian citizens who have visited other countries and are returning to Peru.
  • The Peru Travelers Health Affidavit is a Single Entry document and expires 30 days after arrival.
  • Upon arrival in Peru, you need to present your biometric passport along with your Travelers Health Affidavit.
Required Documents to Apply
  • None

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