What is accessibility like for disabled travelers?


Peru's infrastructure for people with disabilities is improving but still subpar. The sidewalks are often uneven and lack ramps, and most hotels do not have accessible rooms (the bathrooms here are notoriously hard to enter in a wheelchair).

A few exceptions do exist, most notably in airports and upscale hotels. Better hotels may have accessible rooms, particularly in Cusco, Lima, Trujillo, Iquitos, and Aguas Calientes.