Multiple border crossings between Peru and Bolivia in the same month?

Multiple border crossings between Peru and Bolivia in the same month?

Hi

I plan to travel to SA in November going to Peru/Bolivia/ Colombia or Bolivia/Peru/ Colombia.

I just wondered if I start my trip in Peru first and then head over to Bolivia - Am I able to cross back over into Peru a few weeks later? Are there any restrictions on multiple crossings in the same month?

I would really like to go to Iquitos and then travel by boat to Leticia but I believe flights only depart from Lima in Peru so I may have to travel back into Peru after a short stay in Bolivia.

The other option is to start in Bolivia then cross into Peru but by this point it would be early-mid December and I understand this isn't a good time to do the MP trek, although logistics wise this option seems better so I'm not travelling back on myself.

Any advice/suggestions welcome as I seem to be going round in circles and changing my mind on the route!

Many thanks

Laura

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David @ Inside-Peru says:

2017 - It is much harder, if not impossible, starting this year to stay more than 6 months total out of the year in Peru. However, you should be able to get 180 days on entry if you ask for it.

Mid-December is not the best time for Machu Picchu, as it is the rainy season, so you have the right idea about times to visit there.

Be sure to read the following notes:

Lake Titicaca Peru Border Crossing from Peru to Bolivia
Here is important and complete information about crossing the Peru/Bolivia border and what to expect.


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