Female Couch Surfing in Peru

Couch surfing in Peru provides a unique and enriching experience, blending travel and cultural exchange seamlessly. By staying with local hosts, female travelers not only save on accommodation costs, but they also get an opportunity to meet and interact with locals and fellow travelers. This fosters a deeper understanding of Peruvian culture and traditions, a diverse adventure far beyond typical touristic experiences. The shared living space helps to appreciate the authentic Peruvian lifestyle through local eyes, and often leads to lasting friendships.

Hosts in Peru

Mirian

Mirian

Peru

Can host for:

3 days

About me

Hello, my name is Mirian, I am from Peru - Lima, I live in the center of the city and if you wish, we can coordinate so that you can stay at my house or be able to meet somewhere, show you a little about my city, we can exchange languages ​​and culture.

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Marión

Marión

Arequipa

Can host for:

5 days

About me

Hi! My name is Marion and i love to travel, make friends, animals, dancing, reading and swimming. I'm a child psychologist and going on my first solo trip to Europe this August ( for my bday!) YOU can text me for whatever you need and u can stay in my house up to 5 days!❤️

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Mirian

Mirian

About Me

Hello, my name is Mirian, I am from Peru - Lima, I live in the center of the city and if you wish, we can coordinate so that you can stay at my house or be able to meet somewhere, show you a little about my city, we can exchange languages ​​and culture.

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Maria

Maria

About Me

Hey there! I’m Mafer (21yo). I’m from Lima Perú, and Ive traveled to the US (Florida) and will be arriving in Europe soon for a exchange semester! (Spring 2024). I’m really excited to hear from you and share some cool experiences!

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Upcoming visitors to Peru

Kristina

Kristina

About Me

Hi :) would like to explore the area, grab something to eat or join for a yoga class?

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Joycelin

Joycelin

About Me

I am a student at University of Toronto but I will be in Peru this summer for four months doing research for my thesis. Hoping to maybe connect with anyone else travelling alone!

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Experiences from Peru

Overall rating

4.8 /5

based on 36 experiences

Rating summary

Things to do

4.8/5

Safety

4.7/5

Food

4.7/5

Budget-friendly

4.4/5

Solo travel experience

From my experience, I can say that Peru is safe for solo female travelers as long as you stick to tourist areas. I visited Lima, Cusco, Colca Canyon, and Arequipa. Also went through 4 day Inca Trail to Machu Picchu. Met so many nice people and had the time of my life.

Posted: February 12, 2024
Things to do: 5/5Food: 5/5Budget-friendly: 5/5Safety: 5/5
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Solo travel experience

I traveled to Peru in October and I felt very safe. Obviously, I was aware of pickpocketers and avoided walking alone at night but I never once felt unsafe and there were lots of other female travellers.

Posted: February 9, 2024
Things to do: 5/5Food: 5/5Budget-friendly: 3/5Safety: 5/5
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Solo travel experience

I traveled alone to Peru. I visited Lima, Cusco (I took a train to Machu Picchu), made a trip to the Amazon from Puerto Maldonado, and also trekked through the Colca Canyon, Arequipa and Lake Titicaca. I primarily traveled by buses, with the exception of an internal flight to the Amazon. I didn't feel unsafe, but I definitely got a lot of catcalls walking around Lima. I recommend using the same common sense as anywhere else in Latin America, e.g. don't walk alone down dark, secluded alleys (I walked down dark, busy streets in safe areas), keep an eye on your belongings, be careful with your drinks and your cell phone, trust your instincts when dealing with strangers, ask your hotel about anything that raises your questions (e.g. how much a taxi to the airport should cost, etc.).

Posted: December 24, 2023
Things to do: 5/5Food: 5/5Budget-friendly: 4/5Safety: 3/5
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Couch surfing in Peru