What’s the craziest country in the world that you’ve traveled to? One travel vlogger gives the title to Peru—take a look!
It seems just about everything Peru can offer has grabbed international headlines: from the traditional food to ancient sites. What some travelers (and even locals) may be surprised to find out however is that Peru very well may be the craziest country in the world.
According to travel vlogger Nas, that is. And he’s traveled to a whopping 75 countries.
Despite the lockdown, the popular globetrotter is continuing to post daily videos of his memorable journeys around the world on his social media. Quick, lighthearted and always entertaining, the videos (now under the series name “Life Before COVID-19”) are a great way to stay inspired about traveling while exploring new destinations right from your couch.
What makes Peru so crazy? The country’s passionate people (including their food-inspired slang), impressive and diverse natural settings (from the famed citadel to a boiling river in the depths of the Amazon), and impressive (and perhaps crazy) entrepreneurs who are doing their part to make the world a better place.
Having spent just two weeks in Peru, Nas was able to declare it as the craziest country in the world. After watching this 3-minute video, would you agree?
Cover image: screenshot from Nas Daily/FB
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