Peru Duty Free Allowances
Here is our updated travel guide to your duty free allowances and exemptions for arriving travellers to Peru.Full allowances maybe claimed by all travellers of 7 years of age, or older, except alcohol and tobacco where the age limit is 18 years and above.All arriving passengers will need to complete a Tarjeta Andina de Migración form (TAM, or Andean Immigration Card), irrespective of their point of entry.
For airport arrivals, see our shopping guide to; Lima Jorge Chavez International Airport
A maximum of 3 litres of alcohol in total per traveller. Exceptions are any that have or carry the name “Pisco” in any form, which is strictly prohibited.
400 cigarettes OR 50 cigars OR 250 gms of rolling tobacco.
Personal computer, digital camera, video recorder, hand held tablet/PDA, mobile phones (maximum of 2) are permitted provided they are for personal use only.
Pharmacy supplied medicines within original packaging for personal use only are permitted in quantities reasonable for the length of your stay.
Personal and private effects including clothing, toiletries, jewellery in addition to other effects generally regarded as normal, contained within a travellers baggage, are also permitted.This is our general guide. For additional details please follow this link to the official Peruvian government site; http://www.sunat.gob.pe/orientacionaduanera/viajeros/
Please remember to check before you travel as allowances do change, sometimes with little or no notice