HOW CAN WE CONTACT YOU?
You can always contact us on our contact information site for more options.
WHAT ARE YOUR PRICES?
You can find all our prices on our trip descriptions page.
HOW CAN I PAY?
Through Paypal or mayor credit cards; Visa, Matercard, Diners, etc. You can also do a bank transfer, please see our payment page for more information
IS YOUR PAYMENT SECURE?
Yes, our payment system is secure and is Verified by Visa, which protects your card against unauthorized transactions.
ARE THERE VISA REQUIREMENTS FOR PERU?
Yes, but tourist visas are provided upon entrance for 30, 60, 90 or 183 days for most countries (including USA, Canada, Australia, and most European countries) depending on the purpose of your travel. If you are having doubts about visa requirements, please contact the authorities in your home country or the local Peruvian embassy or counsel before making a reservation.
HOW MUCH WILL I BE SPENDING IN PERU?
It is very hard to say how much a traveler will be spending in Peru, please see our practical information site for some budget ideas for food and drinks.
WHAT IS THE WEATHER LIKE?
The weather varies greatly depending on seasons and the geographical region, please go to our practical information page and read about: “when to go”
WHERE CAN I GET MORE VISITOR INFORMATION?
To supplement the information that Peru Experience can provide through our site and our electronic travel guide about Peru, we recommend you to visit Peru’s official tourism site: http://www.peru.info/en/, CIA’s world fact about Peru: http://goo.gl/v7Qz, and Wikipedia’s country description on Peru: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peru. Please consult your own country’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs for issues regarding your country’s relations with Peru.
WHAT TRAVEL BOOKS DO YOU RECOMMEND?
IS PERU A COUNTRY FOR BRINGING CHILDREN?
Yes, Peru is child friendly, and traveling with your children can be a wonderful experience for the entire family. Of course, when traveling with children you should take some precautions regarding health issues, weather conditions, food, accommodations and transport but as long as you prepare your trip well, Peru is a wonderful place for traveling families.
SHOULD I TIP WHILE I AM IN PERU?
In general it is your decision whether to tip or not, depending on how satisfactory you found the service. Some restaurant and bar bills include a 10% gratuity, while other places do not. Hotel staff generally appreciates tips for helping with luggage, etc. while taxi drivers do not expect to receive tips. Peruvians are normally not big tippers, but tipping can be a good way to show your appreciation to the people serving you and making sure that the money goes straight into the pockets of the people that need it most.
WHAT DO I DO IN CASE OF EMERGENCY?
In case of emergency, you should contact both the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in your home country, your insurance company and Peru Experience, which can be contacted on the emergency phone: +51 XXXXXX.
WHAT IF I DID NOT FIND AN ANSWER TO MY QUESTION HERE?
If you did not find an answer to your question, we hope, you will write us from our contact information site with your question.