Your family deserves the best of the best, and this also means a wonderful trip. The COVID pandemic stopped travel worldwide, but fortunately, now it is possible to have a safe family trip in Peru, the land of the Incas. Next, View Peru shares the best tips to ensure your safety during your dream holidays!
01 Choose the best travel agent
Every travel agent is striving for the complete implementation of sanitary protocols in tours, vehicles and offices. View Peru has worked hard to create new protocols to make sure the integrity of travelers and workers by providing sanitary items and disinfection routines to prevent COVID, all of this with the same quality of luxury traveling we have been providing since 2012.
02 Check for COVID updates
Check for news on the internet while staying in Peru. Hotels and offices can provide you free wifi or ask for more options to use local internet services. If any in your travel group is able to understand Spanish, getting updated on local news is advisable as well. Otherwise, our staff will be glad to provide the latest news on this topic in English.
03 Follow sanitary protocols
Peruvian protection main guidelines include handwashing, face mask and face protector and social distancing. Depending on the venue, other rules might be stricter, such as visit time, number of visitors, food and drink consumption and temperature measure. Following these guidelines will protect everyone’s health.
04 Create a disinfection routine in Peru
Each country has set different ways to deal with COVID depending on its population and other factors. Once you have fully understood what are the protocols in Peru, you can make it easy for yourself and your travel companion by creating a disinfection routine that guarantees everyone can get protected by themselves and be ready to enjoy the trip.
05 Carry sanitary items with you
Three items are vital meanwhile travelling in Peru: gel alcohol, face mask and face shield. As of November 2020, wearing a face mask is mandatory. Face masks are a must in public transportation including planes. If anyone in your group needs extra items such as handkerchiefs, gloves or glasses, make sure they carry them before leaving the hotel. In any case, our staff will be glad to help you out. Remember, this is your dream holiday!
06 Ask for advice for children or elders
Some children and elders might still be doubtful on how to keep themselves safe. Ask for help from any of our staff members to be sure on what to do to solve any trouble related to sanitary safety or other kinds of inconvenience. We are glad to assist you anytime!
07 Get the most of the trip
Even if you must wear a face mask or be separated from other people, you can still spend a wonderful time in Peru. You can buy folk-themed or modern face masks that suit your outfit.
Face shields can be part of an imaginary game for kids and talk about the future. Social distancing is great for those with strong voices or introverts. Use your hands to communicate and have fun!
08 Manage culture shock
Besides sanitary protocols, your family integrity must face culture shock. New flavors, a new environment and diversity might have an impact on the group. Our staff will ensure to show you Peru as a surprising new country with plenty of treasures to discover. You can also contribute to fulfil your dream trip and everyone else’s.
09 Keep all in the family calm
Remember you are not traveling alone. View Peru is ready to assist you in any hassle you might have during your days in the land of the Incas. We have strict protocols to avoid COVID infections and keep everyone in a good mood and great health condition. You and your family can be calm or as joyful as you can with us!
10 Enjoy your trip
Sometimes, the best reaction to a tense moment is just letting yourself be happy. Grab that fishing rod, keep climbing the stairs, buy that expensive souvenir, treat yourself with a massage, play with your children, hug your parents. Peru is your dreamland now.