ViajaConAleannaHi! We are a couple❤️Arianna and Alexmar, and we start Travel as a volunteers While we are working with digital marketing and social media💻We love to make videos and creating Content. we love meeting new people and making friends around the world🌎🙋🏻♀️🙋🏻♀️
IsabelHi, I’m Isabel. I live inside Perú, and I can recomend about places to visit in my country. I wanna visit others countries and I need some recommendations from places to visit, and some friends to take a coffe, talk, and visit some places. Is not mandatory visit the places with me.
BrendaHola soy Brenda de Piura-Perú , mi próximas vacaciones en octubre planeo ir a Iquitos, si alguien planea lo mismo, podemos ir juntas
Can host for 5 daysHi! 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!❤️
Can host for 3 daysHello Im Meyli, Im 28 years old in the body of a 52 person probably 😅 I like sports, any kind, love to try different things, very interested in healthy, just discovering a new passion for traveling, I dedicated to work from home for and investments industry, and also love to write, no much partying person, I prefer bars, love to try new restaurants did I mention that I love Peruvian food?
Can host for 3 daysHi, I'm Angela. I am a university student who likes to travel. What inspires me is to learn more and more, I feel that from every experience you have, you always take something with you. Traveling for me means living, you live every moment of your trip, you see things and places that you have never seen before.
MilyHey, I'm Mily and I'm interested in animals, camping, hiking and nature
PrasunDance lover, communication professional, lawyer graduate, handicrafts and jewellery designer, mom, multipotentialite, beautiful, sexy, confident, badass, amateur boxer, no nonsense strong independent woman!!
SilviaSince I started working I’ve been travelling around. I’m open minded, down to earth and always ready for some fun. I like change and I like to keep on moving. The next big step is South America in the late 2023, I’m looking for a travel buddy!
based on 18 experiences
I flew to Lima, Lima to Cusco. Taxi’d to the train station, drank a bunch of the coco tea. Got to the town right below Machu Picchu spent the night there and in the morning took the bus up. After hiking around I caught the bus back down, then the train back to Cusco. Stayed at a hostel there for a night, next day I caught a flight from Cusco back to Lima. Stayed at hostels the whole time. Lots of free walking tours in Lima.Posted: May 31, 2023
I spent time in Lima and Cusco during my first solo trip. I was advised to stay in Miraflores in Lima, as it was the safest area. I was a bit too cautious and didn't go out at night. However, I felt very secure in Cusco and ventured out a few nights. Knowing some Spanish was a great help and the people I met were very friendly. Unfortunately, I never made it to Machu Picchu.Posted: May 30, 2023
I visited Lima, Paracas, Huacachina, Nazca, Arequipa, Colca Canyon, Puno, Cusco, Machu Picchu, and Ollantaytambo. I felt secure in all of these places, except for Lima, where I had to be more vigilant and take the usual precautions of a large city. I felt especially safe in Arequipa, Cusco, and Ollantaytambo, and I was able to wander around at night without any worries. There were always lots of people in the public squares.Posted: May 24, 2023
I had an amazing time exploring Cusco, Machu Picchu Pueblo, and Lima's Barranco neighborhood. I took the train and bus to Machu Picchu by myself and hiked Rainbow Mountain. I also spent a lot of time walking around Cusco and Lima, and I fell in love with each place I visited. I never felt unsafe at any point during my travels.Posted: May 18, 2023
I visited Peru in April two years ago and the weather was great - it only rained one day and it was only a light shower. Machu Picchu was crowded with tourists, but it was an amazing experience. I really enjoyed my time in Peru, and my second favorite place was the floating villages on Lake Titicaca. I also took a cooking class in Lima which was a highlight of the trip.Posted: May 15, 2023
I went to Peru by myself and felt safe everywhere I visited. I spent time in Cusco and walked around extensively at night without incident. I visited Lima and stayed in Miraflores. I visited Trujillo and Machu Picchu.Posted: May 15, 2023
I stayed in Peru for 2 weeks and felt safer there than when I walk around my own city at night. The people were amazing and always ready to help. I traveled light with just a small backpack, and I had no problems at all. I used Uber, rented scooters, and took trains, and everything went smoothly.Posted: May 6, 2023
I spent 16 days there although 5 were spent as part of a group on a trek to Machu Picchu. I absolutely loved the country and everyone I met.Posted: April 23, 2023
I didn't travel solo but felt very safe. I went in March 2022. I spent quite a bit of time wandering around Cusco on my own, and Miraflores and Barranco neighborhoods in Lima on my own, and never felt unsafe. I'd highly recommend hiking Hauyna Picchu—the views are amazing from there.Posted: April 23, 2023
I've been to Peru twice. Loved it all. Puno, Lake Titicaca, the Inca trail, Cuzco, the Amazon. It was all fantastic. I especially loved two tours with Haku Tours - we did the shanty town tour and I did the local markets tour. They were well worth it. I also took a wonderful cooking class.Posted: April 2, 2023
Yes, Peru is generally safe for solo female travelers. However, it is important to take the same precautions as you would in any other country. Be aware of your surroundings, avoid walking alone at night, and keep your valuables secure. Additionally, it is recommended to dress modestly and to avoid displaying expensive jewelry or other items that may attract unwanted attention.
Yes, Peru is a great destination for solo travelers. Peru is generally a safe country for travelers, and there are plenty of activities and attractions to explore. There are also many tour companies that offer tours specifically for solo travelers.
Peru can be expensive for solo travelers, depending on the type of activities and accommodations you choose. Accommodations can range from budget-friendly hostels to luxury hotels, and activities can range from free walking tours to expensive guided tours. It is possible to travel in Peru on a budget, but it is important to plan ahead and research the best deals.
Depending on your nationality, you may need to obtain a visa before traveling to Peru. Check with your local Peruvian embassy or consulate to find out what the requirements are for your country.
Make sure you are up to date on all your routine vaccinations before traveling to Peru. You may also need to get additional vaccinations depending on where you plan to travel in the country.
The official currency of Peru is the Peruvian Sol (PEN). Make sure you have enough cash on hand for your trip, as not all places accept credit cards.
Spanish is the official language of Peru, although many people also speak Quechua and Aymara. It is helpful to learn some basic Spanish phrases before traveling to Peru.
Peru is generally a safe country to visit, but it is important to be aware of your surroundings and take precautions to protect yourself and your belongings. Be sure to research the areas you plan to visit and take necessary safety measures.
The best time to travel to Peru is during the dry season, which runs from May to October. During this time, the weather is generally sunny and dry, making it ideal for outdoor activities such as trekking and exploring the country's many archaeological sites.
Yes, Peru is generally considered safe to travel alone. However, it is important to take the same precautions you would take in any unfamiliar place. Be aware of your surroundings, avoid walking alone at night, and keep your valuables secure.