As the Peruvian Foreign Ministry unfortunately doesn't publish which consulate has the jurisdiction over which countries, we recommend getting in contact with the nearest Peruvian Consulate in case there is none in your country of residence.
Check out our section "Peruvian Embassies & Consulates Worldwide" to find a Peruvian Diplomatic Mission close by.
Please note: Lima Easy has no affiliation with the Peruvian Government or any Peruvian Embassy / Consulate abroad.
In the worst case scenario this might lead to your arrest and deportation to your home country.
Therefore we recommend checking the current regulations before your trip to Peru with the nearest Peruvian Consulate or Embassy!
Regardless of the nationality, anyone travelling to Peru for business purposes, especially when business contracts or agreements are signed or business related financial transaction are made, has to apply for a business visa at a Peruvian Consulate before entering the country.
Many students travel while they are here as they can extend their stay by leaving and re-entering the country.
For example, if you go to Ecuador for 5 days and then enter Peru again you will get a new visa with a new amount of days. The second time you enter Peru it might be more difficult to get 183 days - sometimes they will give you 30 or 60 days even if you ask for more.