US. gá le lucht siúil a Peiriú a US reatha. Passport. No travel visa is required.
Travelers should be current on immunizations. CDC recommends a tetanus booster ever 5-7 bliana mar sin más rud é nach féidir leat cuimhneamh nuair a bhí agat go deireanach ar cheann, Ba cheart duit a fháil dócha gur ceann.
It’s also recommended that adults receive the Hepatitis B vaccine. Most college age students received this as children but older adults have not.
Más ag taisteal chuig Cusco agus Machu Picchu, cuimhnigh go bhfuil an airde 11,000+ feet. Be sure you are conditioned for the elevation. Drinking coca tea once you’ve arrived is a must. You may also want to take a pill to avoid altitude sickness. You can get the Rx from your doctor here in the states by asking for Acetazolamide (Diamox). Tá siad seo ar fáil freisin i Lima; most people take one before the board the flight from Lima to Cusco. Ina theannta, sand gnats in Machu Picchu are biters that bother some but not all travelers. Bug repellent is helpful when at Machu Picchu.
Más ag taisteal chuig Amazonia, tá dhá réamhchúram a ghlacadh. An chéad: malaria tablets should be kept on hand to take at the first sign of illness. Details about purchasing these can be found at your local doctor. Additional, you’ll need typhoid and yellow fever shots.
Drinking the water isn’t recommended unless you’ve spent a considerable amount of time in country. This is true of many travel spots and is not meant to speak poorly of Peru. So bottled water is what you’ll prefer. Uisce “Gás” Tá uisce carbónáitithe; Uisce “gan gás” Is gnáth-, uisce uncarbonated.
Potty time is another cultural difference. The sewer systems in Peru take only human waste and no paper products. Each toilet has a waste basket into which all your wrapped used paper is placed.