Caroline Zimmermann | Daniel Muñoz | Alejandro Teus | Guido van Es
Roberto Cornejo | Naline Roodbeen | Margot Haest | Steph Dyson
Katherine Courrejoyas | Robin Diekhorst
In her role at RESPONSible Travel Peru, Caroline has written many Travel Style Guides and some articles about sustainability. She has also done work as a guest blogger, writing for the German public.
Daniel has always been active in blog writing for RESPONSible Travel Peru. Next to destination guides and articles about other subjects, he has also written great content for third parties.
Tito is considered the first blog writer for Respons and is responsible for some of the most-read blogs, especially those concerning Manu, one of his favorite destinations. It has been a long time since Tito left us in search of new goals, but we cherish his blog contribution very much.
Alex, one of the founding directors, is the creative soul of RESPONSible Travel Peru. His passion for news and innovation has come in handy when writing valuable content for his company.
Guido is also one of the founding directors of RESPONSible Travel Peru. As he is pretty much involved in every single domain of the company, it is no wonder that he has also supported us with his writing skills.
Katy’s main role at RESPONSible Travel Peru was not blog writing. However, that didn’t stop her from trying herself out a little bit!
Originally from Lima, Katy made Cusco her second home, which is why she could produce the following content…
Steph Dyson @worldyadventurer is a travel writer and journalist specialising in adventure travel in South America. During her dedicated travels along Northern Peru, she found time to give us a couple of blogs about the regions she visited.
Our friend and culinary blogger Margot wrote the all-time most-read article on our blog. Find out why!
Naline is the founder of Stop and Stare. She gets happiest from travelling and writting. Likes to conserve the planet and is fan of sustainable tourism.
Robin had very swift participation in Respons, but his interest in specific topics allowed him to write cultural-historic content