Peru VISA REQUIREMENTS FOR Philippine CITIZENS IN 2022
Key Things to Know
- Citizens of Philippines do not need a visa to visit Peru as tourist.
- The allowed stay is 183 days.
- Your Philippine passport must be valid for at least six months beyond the date of entry.
On 31 January 2020 the United Kingdom withdrew from the European Union (EU) and ceased to be a member of the European Economic Area (EEA). A transition period of 11 months was agreed; therefore, entry regulations remain unchanged until 31 December 2020, i.e., regulations related to the EU and the EEA, also apply to the United Kingdom.
Extension of stay possible for max 30 days, for holders of an APEC Business Travel Card (ABTC).
Passengers with an APEC Business Travel Card must travel with a passport. The passport number and nationality must match those stated on the card.
Minors (aged 17 years or younger), who are nationals or residents of Peru, departing Peru unaccompanied or accompanied by only one of their parents, require a notarized permit signed by the absent parent, or evidence that the accompanying parent has sole custody.
Nationals of Philippines with a normal passport traveling as tourists for a maximum stay of 183 days.
Passengers with an APEC Business Travel Card valid for travel to "PER" for a maximum stay of 3 months. The card is valid for the countries listed on the back of the card.
Entry and Transit Restrictions
Passports must be machine readable to enter.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Do Philippine passport holders need a visa to visit Peru?
Citizens of Philippines do not need a visa to visit Peru as tourist.