I'm Leila Dancuart Travel Advisor

I was born in Lima, Peru, but my mom is from Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) and my dad is from Lima. I can speak fluent English, Spanish, and Portuguese! Travelling has always been my passion, and learning about different cultures and trying new experiences is my favorite thing to do. Because of this, I studied Hotel & Restaurant Management at the University of Houston. After graduating, I found an opportunity to learn more about the tourism industry while customizing & crafting trips to South America! When I'm not working, I love to visit new restaurants, coffee shops, nearby bars, spend time with family and friends, take dance lessons, and discover new music and movies. My favorite food is Nikkei, which is a fusion between Peruvian and Japanese or Peruvian-Italian cuisine. One of my favorite drinks is coffee & Pisco Sour too!

Traveling is an experience that will not only teach you about different cultures and ways of living but also allows you to appreciate your own life in a different way after traveling.

Random things that I love



  • Bad Bunny,
  • Taylor Swift,
  • and Nicki Nicole


  • “Shrek”,
  • “Pulp Fiction”,
  • and “School of Rock”

4 favorite destinations in Peru

Cusco, Peru
Iquitos, Amazon Rainforest, Peru
Colca Canyon, Peru
Mancora, Peru

Some tips and recommedations when traveling to Peru:

Bring a reusable bottle that you can take everywhere during your trip - you can get filtered water at most hotel restaurants for free.

Make time to visit Lima, it has a lot to offer especially in the culinary scene and you will generally have to go through it as a stopover.

Keep local currency with you to tip guides, drivers, and for any small purchases.

Wake up early to take advantage of your time while traveling. You can rest when you are home!


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