Universidad ESAN
Alonso de Molina 1652 Monterrico, Surco 
Lima, Peru

Visa Requirements

In order to enter Peru each person has to carry a valid passport that does not expire within the next 6 months.

No visa required for:

Citizens from the United States and Canada do not need a visa to enter Peru. The maximum period of stay is 183 days which can not be extended unless the person applies for a business, study or work visa.

  • Citizens from China and India(***) Are exempt from visa under the category of tourist or business up to 180 days if they provide the following conditions:
    • Be holders of visas with a minimum validity of six (6) months of the United States of America, Canada, Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Australia or a State from the Schengen Area.
    • Have permanent residence in The United States of America, Canada, Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Australia or in a State from the Schengen Area.
  • Pacific Alliance (Chile, Colombia, USA, Mexico): Are exempt from visa under the category of tourist up to 180 days
  • Citizens from the Schengen Area: Are exempt from visa under the category of student, business, journalist, tourist up to 90 days.
  • Oceania: Do not require visa as visitors up to 183 days
  • Asia: Citizens from Brunei, Phillipines, Indonesia, Israel, Japan, Malasia, South Korea, Singapur, Thailand can enter under the category of visitor up to 183 days
  • Hongkong and Taiwan do not require a visa as visitor up to 183 days

Visa required for:

  • Central America and the Caribbean: Cuba, El Salvador, Haiti, Nicaragua (The rest of the countries do not require visa as visitors)   
  • Africa: All countries require visa. (Except citizens from South Africa, can enter under the category of visitor up to 183 days)
  • Asia: Afghanistan, Saudi Arabia, Bangladesh, Bahrein, Bhutan, Cambodia, People’s Republic of China (***), United Arab Emirates, India (***), Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Maldives, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, Qatar, Pakistan, Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, Lao People’s Democratic Republic, Sri Lanka, Syria,Tajikistan, Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Vietnam, Yemen 
  • Europe: Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan,Bosnia and Herzegovina, Georgia, Kosovo.

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You can request a visa letter in your registration. Please note, GBSN will not issue a visa letter unless payment is received. 


The dress code for the summit is business casual.

The weather in Lima in March is warm with temperatures between 70-80°F. Lima tends to be rather humid, therefore loose clothing is recommended. A sweater for the night might be appropriate.

About Peru

Peru is a country in western South America, bordered by the countries Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia and Ecuador as well as by the Pacific Ocean in the West. Due to its extreme biodiversity the habitats range from the Andes mountains to the arid plains of the Pacific coastal region to the tropical Amazon rainforest in the east.

The official language is Spanish, although different native languages, such as Quechua are spoken among many Peruvians. Peru was colonized in the 16th century by the Spanish Empire until it claimed and secured independence in 1824.

The currency is the ‘Peruvian sol’ (PEN) which is the Spanish word for ‘sun’. It is subdivided into 100 céntimos (‘cents’). One US dollar equals approximately 3.22 PEN (January 2018).

Known for its ancient cultures and oldest traces of civilizations in the Americas, the citadel of Machu Picchu is one of the most popular tourist destination in Peru. It belongs to the 7 new World Wonders and is best accessible by taking the Inca Rail with spectacular views of the Sacred Valley’s countryside.

Lima, the capital of Peru, also known as the City of Kings offers an insight into the old colonial history of the country and its way to independence. Other famous places in Peru include the city of Cusco, the Amazon jungle and the Rainbow mountains called Vinicuna.