March 18. In a move that signals the restart of tourism to the South American nation, travelers will no longer have to quarantine upon arrival, according to an update from the U.S. Embassy in Peru.
The 14-day quarantine required upon entry to Peru may be lifted under certain conditions. Travelers arriving in Peru on international flights still must have a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken less than 72 hours before arrival, regardless of vaccination status.
The country is also lifting its ban on most flights longer than eight hours, which will further boost travel to Peru. At this time, nonresident passengers from Brazil, South Africa and the United Kingdom will not be allowed to enter until at least March 28, 2021, and that includes transit passengers.
Lima has been moved from an “Extreme” to “Very High” alert, which lessens movement restrictions, but some provinces are still considered extreme.”
Source: The Points Guy