The Positive Aspects of Knowing Peru ALONE:
If you are an independent person with a strong personality, then exploring Peru and having the freedom to move around whenever and wherever you want is going to be a valuable asset. If you tour Peru you will be the sole owner of your destination.
You’ll meet a lot of backpackers in the hostels.
So it is normal that you can find and make new friends, fellow travelers and adventures along the Peruvian Gringo Trail.
It is very likely that you will learn Spanish.
Faster if you travel alone in Peru, traveling to a “strange” land where the predominant language is Spanish will see you in the need to speak and communicate with the local people of the country so it will be a challenge and a challenge to become familiar with the language.
You will meet more people.
From different cultures and nationalities, a solitary traveler is more accessible than a group of close friends. So, starting a conversation with a backpacker or a friendly local is vital.
And above all, traveling alone is rewarding and comforting.
That of “a stranger in a strange land” is denied if you are walking with your best friends. A solitary trip through Peru represents many challenges, knowing that you managed in a gratifying sensation once you return home.