FAQ

How active is IE’s Northern Peru tour?

Guests need to be reasonably fit to enjoy their Peru tour. This includes being able to walk up to four hours unassisted and withstand being in a vehicle for up to 10 hours, with stops. Walks in forests are typically on good paths but can be a bit challenging in bad weather.

Do I need a visa to travel to Peru?

No visas are required for US or Canadian citizens to travel to Peru.

Will I need to a converter?

Electricity in Peru ranges from 110 to 220V AC. Many appliances are dual voltage and can handle 110V to 220V. Guests need to check their appliances to see if a convertor is needed. Guests will need Type G British 3-pin adaptor.

What wildlife will I see on IE’s Northern Peru tour?

While we can never guarantee wildlife sightings, some of the notable species in the areas we visit are:

  • Marvelous spatuletail hummingbird
  • Andean spectacled bear
  • Andean cock-of-the-rock
  • White-winged guan
  • Sechuran fox
  • King vulture
  • Ocelot
  • Marañon crescentchest
  • Marañon slaty antshrike
  • Speckle-chested piculet
  • Emerald toucanet
  • Masked trogon