The 5 Best Bloggers To Visit Peru

April 25, 2018

The 5 best bloggers to visit Peru – 2018 update: Peru is a country which has attracted many different characters with various lifestyles and backgrounds. From the nine to fivers taking a break to spend some time traveling to the digital nomads who incorporate traveling as their way of living, Peru has been quite a memorable experience for all of them. Moreover, many of those travelers have put together blogs to share their experiences and inspire others. Thus, today we introduce you to the 5 best bloggers to visit Peru and experienced it first-hand, so that you can see Peru through their eyes and see the answers to a lot the potential questions you might still have before your trip.

Learn more about their life stories and their adventures in Peru by visiting their blogs which we have listed in each section.

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So, without further ado, we introduce you to the 5 best bloggers to visit Peru.

Meet:

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heather from shegoesglobal.net posing sitting down wearing black

https://shegoesglobal.net/

Heather, the woman who had the American dream and woke up from it with the idea of going global in order to see things from a different perspective out of her comfort zone. Nowadays, with the belief that traveling can be healing to a troubled soul, empowering to the lost and rejuvenating for the exhausted, her site that started out with her travel stories has grown into a platform for women all around the world to tell their travel tales of trials and triumph.

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You can find all sorts of things in her blog. From how she managed to travel in Peru without breaking the bank to the funny things she noticed while she was here.

Isadora from http://www.worldbyisa.com posing on a bridge over a river

www.worldbyisa.com

Isadora is a Brazilian born and raised girl who graduated from International Business and went on to establish her own business. Doing this allowed her to break out of her day-to-day routine and her family’s old negative paradigms about traveling the world as well as solo female travellers.

She embarked on a journey to prove to others that you too can have a great time exploring other countries without the need of being an expat, a nomad or leaving your career and studies aside.  


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While she traveled through Peru, she was happy to find that her transportation company was surprisingly reliable unlike what she was used to after many travels across her home country and across South America. Discover how you too can put yourself at ease and travel across Peru and into Bolivia in a fun, safe and flexible way.


Sarah and Nathan from https://exploringkiwis.com posing after scuba diving

www.exploringkiwis.com/

Sarah and Nathan are a couple of New Zealanders or exploring kiwis (as they like to call themselves) who are not afraid to give honest reviews about the good, the bad and the ugly of their traveling experiences together. Their passion for traveling has strengthened their marriage and has led them to create many memorable experiences, which they decided to document in a blog to inspire others to push out of their comfort zones and make amazing memories too.  

Check out their blog to see about what to do, where to eat and where to stay in the extensive list of places they visited while they travel through Peru. Moreover, take a look at their review of the company which made their traveling easy for them all the way into Bolivia.

Phoebe from www.thechanceofchoice.com casually diving in near seashore bottom

www.thechanceofchoice.com

Phoebe is a girl who was diagnosed with illnesses from which doctors told her she would never fully recover. Now, fully recovered, she shares her life story to encourage others to take a leap of faith and do what they really want because the opportunity of that choice could be taken away in a second.

Her adventurous soul led her to explore the whole South of Peru and parts of the Peruvian Amazon jungle. Places such as Huacachina, Arequipa, Cusco, and many more remain etched in her. Plus, she loved the convenience, safety and reliability of the company that helped her stay longer at the places she enjoyed the most during her month traveling through Peru. Check out her blog for inspiration and other useful information before planning your trip.

Gloria from http://theblogabroad.com posing balancing on one foot

www.theblogabroad.com/about-me/

Gloria has been traveling since 2013 which is right after when she finished college. A self-proclaimed adventure junkie whose insights about how we only get one chance to live on this amazing planet, led her to turn into a full-time traveler. Later, she started writing a blog as means of financing her travels.

As many of us, she also came to Peru to knock off one of the New Seven Wonders of the World by visiting Machu Picchu. Nevertheless, on the way, she discovered many other places which she fell in love with. She now features one of those places, Huacachina, as the cover image for her blog about 10 of her favorite places in the world.    

Her blog is full of tips, stories of success and failure, and much more. Check out her tips on how to get the best pictures at Machu Picchu, how she reached Huacachina, and how she sat back and relax as she traveled across Peru.

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