Meet the dream team
The Worldly Adventurer team is a talented group committed to bringing you the most inspiring – and accurate – articles about adventure and sustainable travel in Latin America. We only bring on writers to the team who have extensive knowledge: think months or years living in a destination.
Steph is a travel journalist. guidebook author and long-time addict of everything Latin America. She first moved to the continent back in 2014 on a “let’s-escape-teaching” whim, when she quit her job as a secondary school teacher in the UK. She got stuck in – and fell deeply in love with – Latin America and the rest, as they say, is history.
Since then, she’s spent years heading into the recesses of this remarkable continent, while living in Chile, Peru, Bolivia, and Colombia. Along the way, she’s written for publications including National Geographic Traveller, Lonely Planet, CNN, and The Independent, as she promotes sustainable and responsible travel experiences.
Ara’s a nomadic traveler who spent nearly three years exploring South America, a world away from her birthplace in Indonesia. She finds it fascinating to live among locals and experience their countries through their daily life. This is why she tends to stay in one place for at least a few months at a time.
Since embarking on her slow-travel journey in 2018, she’s lived in Colombia for almost a year, Peru for six months, and Chile for eleven months, capturing each moment in photographs and articles. Through her writing, she hopes to share the enchanting beauty of this continent.
A dedicated world nomad, Graham has called over a dozen countries home in the past decade. Despite being a native of Wisconsin in the United States, he has spent nearly half his life away from his hometown. He’s had the privilege of living in Colombia, Peru, and Chile in South America, and plans to see more of the continent in the future.
A teacher of English and history, he dedicates his free time to reading, writing, music, and sports. He can be found wandering around ruins and old city centers, seeking out local cuisine, persevering through public transport, or playing in a local football match.
Mikha has been living out of a backpack since she quit her job back in 2014.
She is a teacher, a programmer, a writer, and a travel sketcher that has made a point of collecting friends and memories over souvenirs.
An advocator for the nomadic volunteer lifestyle, she has given her energies to places all over the globe.
She plans to keep on carrying everything she needs on her back as she continues exploring every corner of the globe.
Sarah and her husband Andrew lived in La Paz, Bolivia for two years where they worked at Highlands International School. During their time in Bolivia, they were able to travel throughout South America and experience several incredible trips, including trekking the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu.
Sarah hopes to encourage more travelers to head to South America and enjoy the many sights and experiences that the continent has to offer!
Becky is a teacher, writer, and curious explorer. In 2018, after quitting her job and selling all of her possessions, she moved to Ecuador and worked as a United States Peace Corps Volunteer. This experience helped embed her passion for connecting with people, integrating into their cultures, and saying “yes” to every adventure!
Since that opportunity, she’s continued to volunteer, work, slow-travel and hike her way through Mexico, Colombia, Chile and now Argentina. Through her writing, she hopes to inspire and educate others about the beautiful people and places of South America.