How to get to Peru?
Discover how to get to Peru including routes of entry into the country by land, sea and air. No matter your personal preferences, Peru is sure to be unforgettable.
Access by air:
Peru enjoys a privileged location in the heart of South America, turning International Airport Jorge Chavez (in Lima) into an international hub for tourism and several airlines that reach many destinations in South America.
There are direct and stop-over flights to Lima from the main capitals of the world.
The entry points by land are:
From Ecuador: Aguas Verdes (Tumbes) via the Panamericana Highway and La Tina (Piura) from the city of Loja (Ecuador).
From Bolivia: There are two crossings, Desaguadero and Kasani, for travelers coming from La Paz and Copacabana respectively.
From Chile: Paso the Santa Rosa (Santa Rosa Pass) (Tacna) via the Panamericana Highway
Peru can be accessed by river. The Peruvian city of Iquitos can be accessed via the Amazon river from Leticia (Colombia) and Tabatinga (Brazil).
You can travel from Guaqui (Bolivia) to Puno via lake Titicaca.
Cruises put in mainly at the port of Callao (30 minutes from Lima).