The health and safety of our guests and staff remain our highest priority.
August 1, 2021 – Travel & tourism is open in Peru. In April we again started receiving travelers at our lodges and now have guests booked throughout August, September and months beyond. The region of Loreto, Peru and our lodges have officially been granted the “Safe travels” stamp granted by the World Travel and Tourism Council. Travelers will need to comply with existing health protocols (see below), as the Peruvian authorities and the CDC continue to work to ensure the well-being and safety of all travelers.
Current travel requirements for Peru
- Within 72 hours before your trip – fill out this health form @ http://e-notificacion.migraciones.gob.pe/dj-salud/ Make sure to bring a copy with you.
- Passport valid for 6+ months after departure date
- Rapid (Antigen) negative result obtained within 24 hours of arrival flight or COVID PCR test, negative result obtained within 72 hours of arrival flight.
- Double masks are required on flights and in airports of Peru. One must be medical style mask – surgical mask, N95, etc. No cloth/homemade masks.
- USA – Leaving Peru, a Rapid (Antigen) Test is required for all travelers over 2 years of age. Test must be done within 72 hours of arrival back to the USA. Tests are fast (1 hour) and affordable within Peru – ask us about testing options.
If you have any other questions or would like to reserve your trip, please send us an email to [email protected]. Thank you!
- Angels of the Amazon – Now more than ever the people of the Amazon need our support. Please consider donating to our nonprofit organization Angels of the Amazon www.angelsoftheamazon.com.
NEW 2020 COVID-19 Safety Protocols
As part of our commitment to the health and safety of our guests, staff, and the local community, we have implemented new standards for sanitation and cleaning procedures at our lodges, offices, and boats, and limits on certain activities including. Please review:
Reinforcement training for staff members on cleaning procedures
Frequent cleaning and disinfection of targeted areas
Easy access to guests and staff to handwashing facilities and hand sanitizer dispensers
End of day sanitation procedures for shared restrooms, kitchen, and other shared facilities
Frequent cleaning and “wash down” of outdoor locations, including walkways and handrails
Visits to local communities will be cancelled until further notice
Daily temperature checks for guides, other staff members
Reasonable social distancing protocols when possible
We will actively monitor public health situations, making critical and timely decisions based on guidance from local, national and international health agencies.
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Hand Sanitizer and Safety Guidelines