Peru - Duck - Dove - Perdiz - Quail - Goose Hunting
Frequently Asked Questions about Hunting in Peru
Hunting in Peru can mean a lot of waterfowl or wingshooting options for the game bird hunter. Los Gauchos Outfitters offers a wide variety of bird hunting options and answers to the most asked questions about Peru and the hunting in Peru.
If you have other questions - please contact Los Gauchos Outfitters. We will have an answer and the right one for you!
FAQ's about Peru Hunting
- Where do I fly into for a Peru Bird Hunting Trip?
Lima, Peru (LIM is the airport code). Served by several of the U.S. airlines.
- How much is the deposit for a Peru Hunting trip with Los Gauchos Outfitters?
$500 is the deposit for any hunting trip with Los Gauchos Outfitters. (*note - the deposit is non-refundable)
- Can I bring my own shotgun with me to Peru?
No. Not at this time. The rules and regulation for Peru do not allow U.S. citizens to enter the country with shotguns.
- Do I need a visa to travel to Peru? What do I need to enter Peru?
A current passport is the only requirement for U.S. citizens. If you are coming from Europe or another country, please check with your local Peru embassy for the entry requirements.
- How do I get a Hunting License for Peru?
Los Gauchos will process the paperwork for a hunting license in Peru. You will need to send Los Gauchos (by fax or mail to our U.S. office) the following items:
- THREE (3) color passport sized photos
- Color copy of your passport page showing picture, number, birthday, etc.
It takes about a week to obtain the hunting licenses in Peru, so Los Gauchos asks for these required items 60 days prior to your departure for Peru.
- What is there to do while in Peru either before or after the hunting?
Peru is a wonderful South American country for the bird hunter and others who enjoy good shopping, great outdoor activities and scenery that will amaze you.
The capital city of tourism is Cusco. This is an unforgettable experience as tourists from around the world travel to Peru and visit Cusco.
Paracas National Reserve is a city just south of Pisco. Here you will find penguins, dolphins, seals, and a variety of fish and shellfish.
Miraflores is a modern area of Lima with pubs and discos. Miraflores contains beautiful parks and areas to view the sea.
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