Peru has it all: the coast, the andes, and the jungle. There is something for everyone in Peru: history, delicious gastronomy, amazing architecture.
Peruvians are some of the friendliest and laid-back people you will ever meet. Their country is beautiful, and they know it, and they will go out of their way to make sure you are having a good time.
Knowing what to pack is one of the most difficult parts of travel, especially if Peru is your destination.
With many different cities, all with different climates, Peru is one difficult country to make your bags for.
Here is a guide on Peru’s climates and some packing recommendations.
My first time in the Peruvian Amazon rainforest, but not my last. Here is a list of activities to not miss while in Iquitos, as well as the ones I did end up missing :(.
Trekking is a common activity for me during my travels, especially in high altitudes.
Here is the story of how altitude almost won, still kicked my butt, but I still made it up to Laguna 69.
What is the best way to experience Machu Picchu?
Is it by trekking its treacherous mountains and walk the 4-day Inca Trail? Or is it by taking a no-frills 1-or-2-day tour to the top?
Join me as I discover the pros and cons for both options.
Find the best sights to visit and things to do in Lima, Peru. Our guide also includes very useful information on getting around the city.
A guide to crossing the border from Peru to Ecuador by land. Step-by-step instructions and what to expect in Tumbes, the border, and Huaquillas, as well as getting to your final destination in Ecuador.
Safety is a concern when travelling in South America. Having visited 7 countries and over 30 cities in this amazing continent, here is my list of safety tips to stay safe while still enjoying travelling through South America.