Latest info about flooding in Peru (with map)
The City of Cusco, the archaeological site of Machu Picchu and the tourist areas surrounding Lake Titicaca have not experienced flooding at this time.
You are encouraged to carefully review the safety situation of your destination before travel. Visit the link above for the latest information.
Heavy rains have resulted in extensive damage to homes, water supply facilities, schools, hospitals, roads, and bridges in rural Lima and northern coastal areas. Additionally, there is extremely high demand for flights and potable water in the affected areas.
Delays and dangerous conditions
Travel to impacted areas is likely to be delayed and may be dangerous due to bad road conditions and the possibility of severe flooding or other natural disasters. Commercial air service to and from some flooded areas can be suspended with little to no warning. If you experience delays in travel, contact local authorities at IPeru (01-574-8000; firstname.lastname@example.org), which maintains offices in cities around the country and regularly updates information on local developments affecting travelers, including alternative methods of transit.
Listen to travel alerts and safety instructions from local authorities and avoid flooded areas. Establish a plan for maintaining contact with family and friends and keep them informed of your itinerary.