Internship ++ Volunteer ++ Peru
Travel Preparations to Peru
Make sure your travel plan to Peru is well-planned! We are here to help reassure your preparation!
Once you have decided to do an internship in Peru and found a suitable job or we have proposed an appropriate, you get an internship contract. Afterwards you should find a direct flight. We will inform you about low fares.
To travel to Peru you need to have a valid passport with at least 6 months' validity after entry. You also need a free page for your visa. If you do not have a passport or lack of validity / no free side, plan at least 4 weeks (an Express application is possible but more costly) to apply for one. You will receive your passport in the City Hall of their registered residence.
For traveling to Peru a visa is required. Upon entry you need is your passport (see above) and you have to show a return air ticket. Your visa is valid for 6 months and you can extend it by leaving the country for at least 24 hours - the easiest and fastest way is a short trip to Bolivia.
You should consult your GP and respond specifically requirements to these vaccination in Peru. The website is also recommended to the Foreign Office for Peru.
On the Internet you will find a variety of packing lists. In Cusco, the temperatures between June and October can fall on 3 ° C or even lower. From December to April heavy rainfall can occur. The annual average temperature is 12 ° C. Temperatures can fluctuate from morning 18 ° C to 6 ° C at night.
When traveling abroad it is always important to have health insurance. So also with a trip to Peru. Particular attention should you put on the individual insurance benefits, as well as on the return journey to Germany in case of illness. We will assist you in finding a provider.
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