List of participating countries:Australia, Chile, Colombia, France, Mexico, New Zealand, and Portugal
Cost of the visa: free (it may depend on nationality)
Turnaround time: NOT YET AVAILABLE
To apply for a visa for Peru, you must:
Be between 18 and 30 years old (inclusive) at the time of application
Hold a valid passport from any country having signed an agreement with Peru
Have sufficient funds to meet your needs at the beginning of your stay
Not be accompanied by dependents during your stay
Not previously have entered Peru on a Working Holiday Visa (first application)
Have international health insurance for the duration of your stay
Apply for a WHV as long as the year's quotas have not been reached
Please note that Working Holiday Visa conditions may vary depending on the country
How to get your Visa
The WHP agreement between Peru and France was signed on February 1, 2021
Client story: I woke up to MSH
Rachel lives in Togo and has been with MSH since 2002. After routine surgery, she fell into a coma that lasted 2 months. Her hospitalization cost more than 200,000 euros - but it was all covered by MSH, without her having to get involved. Thanks to the reactivity of the team and their smooth handling of the situation, Rachel's family were able to avoid any extra stress - as was Rachel when she woke up.
Laure and Robert moved to Singapore in 2014 for work - but they ended up starting a family there too! She told MSH that she was pregnant and was amazed by all the support she got. First she received a practical guide on pregnancy (what to do at each stage, medical exams etc.) and then a member of the team called her to explain all her guarantees personally and advise her on the best place to give birth. The day her daughter was born, a gift pack arrived with a growth chart and a baby toy, with all good wishes from MSH. And now there's another one on the way...
Matthieu was hiking in a canyon in Peru when he accidently fell down several meters and fractured his kneecap and elbow: "After 12 days in a local hospital, I was sent back to France where I spent 2 more weeks in hospital and months in physiotherapy" he remembers. Matthieu's hospitalization, repatriation and rehabilitation expenses were all covered by MSH: "Without my private health insurance, it would have been a nightmare: €16,000 for the hospital and €50,000 for my repatriation with two air ambulances - can you imagine?"