Checkpoint for papers and car content. Aduana Control.
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Check for TIP and that it matches passport and number plate. Done in 3 minutes.
Heading north? Check out the best campspot in Peru, marked as Fisherman's Hut which is just up the road. Read all comments carefully before going to the beach and call Robbie beforehand! No cell reception at the Novotel sign, but at the palms down before you enter the beach there is.
Headed south? turn around immediately for Robbies place :)Report Check-In
Meticulously checked every letter of the names, the number plate, the VIN between the TIP, the car title and the car itself.
Very superficial 30 second look at the clothes and stuff at carry
Still here. Only asked for our vehicle documents. Took 30 seconds.Report Check-In
The officer checked the TIP and looked inside the van for a few seconds. That was allReport Check-In
Permanent aduana station where traffic is directed through. We showed TIP, drivers original passport and had a very superficial inspection of our van.Report Check-In
The most thorough inspection I experienced so far. 5 guys going trough the car and all my stuff, even pulled out a little camera to look in my fuel tank and closed compartments. The guys were very relaxed and overall not a bad experience. Took about 45min. Do think my Colombian license plates did not help hereReport Check-In
Super easy, took two secs. Wanted us too put our windows down. Easy easy!Report Check-In
Asked for car documents, insurance, and passports. Make sure they list your camper on the TIP to avoid you having to go back to the border. We had friends that has a trailer and had to go back to have it addedReport Check-In
Fast and friendly. Asked only for the passports and car documents.No questions about papers for our dog, which we did't have.Report Check-In