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Friday, 12 October 2018

Top 5 must see Youtube documentaries about Peru:

Hello, all you travel and expat friends of mine here on the world wide web, the calendar tells me that it is Friday today and for the most of us it means the weekend is just around the corner. As usual, I am spending parts of my Friday working on a new post for Beyond the Horizon and today I want to revisit a topic that I have done a few times before. What I am thinking about here is my top 5 travel list, but this time I want to do things a bit differently. Because instead of focusing on things to do or to eat here in Peru I want to focus on vloggers or YouTubers who have made videos about this amazing country.

The truth is that I am a huge consumer of Youtube videos and what I watch spans from content like vlogs to more travel-oriented videos. I will pretty much watch or listen to anything as long as the content creator catches my attention. Yes, I have Youtube running in the background when I am working, both at work and while working on my blog, mostly because it keeps me focused and kinda inspired. In this list, you will find that I am focusing on topics like travel, food, and adventure. Things that Peru is famous for and who has not heard about Chevice right? Well, I hope you guys and girls enjoy my top 5 list.

1. Mike Chen and strictly Dumpling: This guy is just simply amazing and hands down one of my favorite content creators on the platform. He seems like a genuine and extremely enthusiastic, this is something that is important for me when I choose to subscribe to a Youtuber. One thing that I really love about his creator style is that he includes his “fans” in his videos. From what I know her is from New York with background from China and as I am writing this post he has no less than five extremely popular channels. This is channels with content that spans from travel, food, and science. Recommend that you check him out!

2. The Vagabrothers: To be honest, this is a channel I do not know that much about. I bumped into this channel while I was researching today's post and kind of fell in love with their vlog take on Peru. As I see it, they show the very best of this amazing country. The channel is run by two brothers (Marko and Alex) and they are traveling the world while vlogging about their experience. This is content that I love, mainly because I love to travel and exploring new countries my self. Yes I have subscribed to their channel and both of them has individual channels, but these I have not had time to check out yet.

3. Wolters World: This is what I would say is one of the funny content creators out there. This is a type of Youtuber I have a tendency to fall in love with when it comes to content. Because he is focusing on facts and has a specific story to tell and when you start watching him, you will have problems with turning off his videos or click on another one. What can I say, I love factual videos and this is the theme for many of the other videos on this list. They do not just aimless film a trip or anything like it. My recommendation is, check this guy out and you will love his content, promise!

4. Lost Leblanc: Okay here is a more typical travel vlogger and I have to say that he is pretty honest in his way of showcasing my current hometown. This is also what I like about his channel. He travels the world and it seems like he is trying his best to be honest about his way to portrait the city that he is visiting. This is something that is very important in my eyes because you might be in a position to inspire people to go to one of the destinations you have vlogged from if you know what I mean? All in all, I would recommend that you check him out and if you like his content, subscribe. I did at least.

5. Justin Poor: The last one on this list is also a typical travel vlogger and as most of the one that I have seen while researching for this post they do a pretty good job showcasing Lima and Peru. Justin Poor is actually the absolute smallest one on the list with his 5800 subscribers. As I see it, he deserves a much higher number then he has at the moment. I would say that he is a clean cut and has high-quality content on his channel, it is absolutely worth checking him out and maybe subscribe to his channel.

Well, my friends, I think it is time for me to wrap this post up and get it published on my blog. I do hope that you enjoyed this new top 5 travel post with a twist and that you will check out the content creators I have mentioned. Just to have it said, I worked hard to find smaller channels to showcase, but these had either given up their career or the quality was way under par. That is also why you won't find any small or new creators on this list, sadly enough. Anyway, this is my top five YouTubers who have made videos on Peru, what is your thought on my picks? Would love to hear your opinion on it.