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Entry requirements
Entry requirements - Visas
British visitors to Peru do not require a visa to travel if the purpose of the visit is tourism. Upon arrival, you are normally given permission to stay for up to a maximum of 180 days. Those who require a visa to enter Peru (business visitors, press, artists, and others) should apply for their visa before arriving in the country using the appropriate forms. Since January 2009 the Peruvian Consulate-General in London has required all visa applicants to give fingerprints.

Overstaying without the proper authority is a serious matter and fines are imposed. It is therefore recommended that you double check the period of time you have been granted, as you will be refused permission to leave if you have overstayed and can be held in detention until a fine for overstaying is paid. You should also keep the immigration paper given to you on arrival in a safe place, as you will need to show this on departure.

Entry requirements - Passport validity
We recommend that your passport should have a remaining validity of at least six months.

Entry requirements - Dealing with Peruvian Immigration and Customs
Some British nationals have experienced difficulties when dealing with Peruvian immigration and customs. You should familiarise yourself with Peruvian immigration or customs procedures before you enter the country as we cannot intervene if you are refused entry or have problems with importing or exporting personal items. For further details please contact the Peruvian Consulate in London.

Business visitors entering Peru on a business visa are required to complete on departure a form from SUNAT, the Peruvian tax authority. The form can be acquired from the Peruvian Consulate in London before travelling or at Lima airport on arrival.

Entry requirements – Exit Requirements
There is a departure tax of US$30.25 (per person) for international flights from Peru. There is also an airport tax for internal flights. Normally these are included in your ticket. If not departure taxes must be paid in cash on departure at the airport. The fees vary according to the airport but internal departures from Lima cost US$6.05 per person. The equivalent sum in Peruvian soles is accepted.

Entry requirements - Travelling with children
Children under the age of 18 years who have resident status in Peru and who are travelling on a British passport require written permission whenever they travel within Peru or leave the country without one or both parents. The non-accompanying parent(s) must obtain written permission (Permiso Notarial) for the child to travel. This permission is obtained by a notary public in Peru. The letter must mention the proposed destination, the purpose of the trip, the date of departure and the return date. More information about Peruvian emigration requirements can be obtained from the Peruvian Consulate in London.
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