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Travel Helpers South_America (43 Travel Helpers) Peru

There are currently 41 Travel Helpers for Peru. Please remember that these Travel Helpers provide information on a volunteer basis and when they take the time to help you that a thank you is highly appreciated! They are listed below in order of their last activity on Travellerspoint.

Sander

I explored a decent part of Peru during a month-long visit. Did the classic gringo trail (Lima, Arequipa (+ Colca Canyon), Puno, Cuzco (+ Inca Trail to Machu Picchu), and then went up north to Caraz to do some hiking in the Cordillera Blanca.

TylerJames

i stayed in lima cusco arequipa naza and puno let me know if you need any help on where to stay what to see or where to party

luisjesus

Hello friends!!

All about Places, ruins, food, discos, guides, buses, prices, hotels, flights, restaurants, tickets, museums, beaches, Spanish classes, city tours. All the information you NEED to know about Peru.

I am Luis from Peru, and I can help you. I have been travelling around my country, and I would like to share my experiences, and advices to make your trip safe and unforgettable.

Enjoy your trip
Traveller!!

csfreixo

I've done the route La Paz (BO) - Titicaca Lake - Cuzco(PE) by land some time ago. Any tips? Get in touch, so.

ehuaman

It is my country. I know almost everything about perú. I am a traveler too

cbr600

I spent a couple of months travelling around Peru in 2008 and I returned here in 2011 and am still here, working voluntarily with an organisation dealing with marine conservation. I am currently based in Lima, spending a lot of time working out of the port of Pucusana.

munaykicha

I was born in Cusco and grow up in Lima. This amazing cities are ready for you to visit them as well others that i have traveled like Arequipa, Puno, Ayacucho, Ica, Chiclayo and Trujillo.
It will be a pleasure to assist you if you are planning to come to Peru.

Carlaperu

I am from peru ,I love my country and I can help to everybody who need free information about Peru, I have a networking , blogs, where people can get free inforamtion about Peru and it will be a pleasure to help everybody !!

yurechavez

According to your main interests I will always recommend & send you an outline of a Peru Itinerary with the type of Hotels, Tours, Transportation, Restaurants, etc, you would like.
I am from Cusco, where i went to University to be licensed in tourism, I speak Quechua (local language), French and English. I have been guiding and organizing customized and tailor made itineraries: adventure, ecotourism, bird watching, conventional and off the "beaten track tours for more than 11 years all over Peru. You can always ask your questions directly to me: The guide, trip Organizer and Operator

areinstein

I was born in Lima, Peru and I moved the United States in 1990. I travel to Peru often since my brother and sister still live there. I can give you advice and some helpful hints about where to stay and where to go, the good, bad and ugly. But all and all, it is a great place to visit and if you can go to Macchu Piccu, it is worth the additional few days. I did the Inka Trail in 2002, great experience!!

CanadaKid

Information about Lima,Huancayo,Ica,Huacachina,Nazca,Arequipa,Cuzco and the Inca Trail/Machu Picchu. Also know about Iquitos, getting to/From Brasil and Colombia on the Amazon.

mirapat

Giving advise about where to go and what to visit.
Developing non traditional tours in Lima for you

gallegos

I can give advice, tips and information on different destinations in Peru, including where to go, how to get there, what to do there, where to stay, eat and party. I'm a tour leader, so I travel frequently around Peru, so I'm very updated, more than Lonely Planet. You can check my website as well: www.indiana-expedition.com

eliott

After you arrived in Peru I can introduce you to the city, giving you all kinds of practical information. Where you find the banks, where can you buy your boleto turistico, what the exchange rates are, where you can change money and more.

I teach you salsa, cumbia, marinera, and other popular rhythms. A dancing class is always accompanied with a how-to-make Pisco Sour lesson, the national drink. Just to make you dance a little bit easier

if u are intested contact me

neofutur

ideas, advices and more

carlosss

I am form Peru,
i speak english and french, i can to help you with goods adress for accomodation, restaurants, and visits.
I hope to heard very soom from all of them who are coming to my country.

martins_m

I live in Lima Peru and have travelled a lot around my country. I have a bachelor degree in Hotel Management and Marketing. I have also travelled to Argentina and Brazil and will be travelling soon to Chile so I can help with these destinations also. I am fluent in English, Spanish, Portuguese and French so feel free to contact me for help!

dancerperu

by showing around ma town and help as a interpreter!
and of course huving fun!
u know imma 24 year-old peruvian dancer!
so u can c ma show while ur tasting our typical delicious dishes!!
and more things!
I live 2 blocks from da beach!
maybe u can stay in ma house for some days!
it all depends on da person who asks me!
maybe it could be u!!
lol!
so talk to u later!
or write me in ma msn
yourfriend117@hotmail.com

Eliu

I can send you up to date info about Peru trains, buses and flights.
If you want me to help you just let me know.

PeruPlanet

Updated information about all the Peru wonderful places you must know www.peruplanet.com

yoau

Hello friends,
I can be a travelhelper beacuse ...I'm peruvian, I know many places of Perú and other south american countries, so I can recommend and give many advices for travellers.

jazmin80

i can give you full information about Peru best places to stay, to visit since the touristic ones until the no touristic places, about tours, the most important things to consider in your trip and more....

perutour

I love my country, that s why I ve been traveling inside Peru for a long time, in case you need some help on visiting some touristical places in Peru such as: Lake Titicaca, Macchu Picchu, Cusco, Inca trail trek, Salkantay trek, Cordillera Blanca, Manu,just contact me and I will be happy to assit you

haku espi

Everything!!! even if it's something i don't know... i'll try to learn to help!!!

about things that I already know... i can help you giving you information, and prices about archeological sites in Cusco... i know from the most popular to the most unknowed places... also lots of trails for hiking or biking.

And i hope in a few months more i hope i could help you about the unknowed Lima, capital of Peru... i've heard there's a lot of archeological sites, houses and churches from the time Spanish conqueros lived here... and incredible trails also.

katyinperu

Well, i traveled almost all Peru and Bolivia and i can share with you all the great experiences i had in this last years travelling in both countries. Also i work as a tour operator, so i have a extensive knowledge about trips in Peru and Bolivia and hotels.
Any advice you would like to receive i will be happy to help you.

Nofre

I just came back from peru-spent some weeks there in the south (lima-ica-paracas-arequipa-chivay-puno-cusco) did the macchu picchu trek/colca canyon and know a great and funny company for organising some trekks in arequipa.

alambike

Well, I have good information about my country, You can check my profile:
www.couchsurfing.com/alambikeperu
www.manuelaristondo.blogspot.com

I can offer good information abut Peru
I can offer my home to sleep and full meals, My price is US$ 10
I can offer guides free.

favemo

Hello, I am Favio and I work at a Travel Agency, I know mostly all the cities of Peru and I can help you making your itinerary, to look for some hotels or just to give you and advise, I speak french also.
If you have any question please let me know it.
Favio

artlaime

I can help people giving information about ecotourism, destination around Peru, and specially jungle destinations

Geoffrey R

For those who have trouble finding a good Tour Operator in Cusco, a jungle of T.O's, I want to recommend United Mice(unitedmi@terra.com.pe).
I adore Peru and just came back from my 3rd trip and the best one yet. There are a multitude of treks to hike around Cusco but the problem is finding a good Tour Operator. Cusco has over 1000 Tour Operators and most of them are a rip-off (no professional guides, arrive late, no English, abandon the group, food-poisoning during treks, tents leak, ...) Going on such an adventure you have to go with knowledgeable people and well prepared. Unfortunately that wasn't always the case in my past trips to Peru. I recently hiked the Salkantay trek with United Mice and I must say that it was spectacular! The guides were very professional, knowledgeable and spoke excellent English. The food was amazing 8better than most restaurants), well paid porters...
I highly recommend all that want to hike these beautifull landscapes to experience it with United Mice.

hernan

ask about anything
;)

Peruanita

Dear Travellers
These are Silvia & Diana from Lima Peru Two Universities Strudents at the momernt we are making our tesis at the International Airport for the tourist information bureau, many touris upon arrivla in Lima Airport go to our office looking for free plans of Lima, Maps of Peru,List of accommodations with free pick up, buses, train planes schedules, Pisco ( Ballestas Island ) Nazca ( Nazca Lineas ) Arequipa ( Colca Canyon )Puno ( Titicaca Lake ) Cuzco ( Machupicchu ) Inka trail 04 days / 03 Nights, any help feel free to mail us
engreidos@latinmail.com
Greetings
Silvia

miriamxime

I am from Lima Peru I can help you with any questions you might have
Also I recommend the following place to stay
http://www.geocities.com/stayinlima/index.html

bmgroen

Especially in and around the greater Cusco area. General travelling, cheap but good Inca Trail company etc.

beppe

I spend there one month travelling around peru in 2003

ursula

I could help people who wants to come to perú first :giving information about lima on internet and advises for saving money (accommodation and food)and don¨t lose the oportunity to know the more beautiful places of lima!
second:showing lima around places like lima¨s city,barranco , pachacamac cieneguilla ,etc
i know what a backpacker wants so i could bring a good help
i also have my own web page about backpackers in peru the first and unique :
www.geocities.com/perubackpackers
thanks
Ursula Arroyo.

Constanz11

If people are interested in Peru or travel, exploration, and volunteering in South America.

dblair

When having 30 to more years, following the guidebook is not usually the best way to enjoy your trip. Crowded cheap hostels are usually the best way to get sick or be robed. Let me give you some advise when travelling by the south of Peru, Bolivia or North of Chile. Six years working in travelling. By the way, I teach Spanish too.

gjbv_peru

This is a peruvina student. I live in lima. I can host people in hotels. I have been travel throught Peru so I can help in order to guide people coming from overseas.

georged1

Complete, updated knowlege

guillermo

Providing information about touristic places, festivities, interesting cities, hotel information, tour operators, museums, and any other usefull information to any person that wants to visit Peru.

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