I’ve loved to travel for as long as I can remember and, luckily, I’ve been born in the most amazing destination to do so. In Peru, we’ve been blessed with a land that’s full of life, color, history, and adventure waiting at every corner. I love my country, and I am very proud of the fact

that, through tourism, we can share it with our travelers and, at the same time, help make Peru’s future a little brighter. If you are looking for amazing but also meaningful experiences, I’d like to invite you all to join us in this magnificent country.


How did you get involved in travel?

Initially, I studied environmental engineering, but it was through travel that I felt much more connected with my country and my dreams. Once I realized I could make a living out what passions me, there was no turning back. Through travel, I’ve seen so many people from completely different cultures connecting, smiling, sharing, and learning from each other. There can’t be too many more gratifying jobs than this one in life.

Most memorable trip

This is very hard as we have so many good memories and new friends from our trips. Once, we managed to find an old forgotten colonial church in the countryside where we helped a couple have a small and private symbolic union ceremony. It was a very spontaneous moment that you could feel, came from their hearts. It was quite emotional.

Cusco-Machu Picchu


Favorite destination

Even though it’s a bit of a classic, I think I have to say Cusco. This is because Cusco is so rich in possibilities. Beyond the traditional must-sees, you have all sorts of opportunities for meaningful experiences and surreal landscapes. Snow-capped mountains, to deep canyons, meandering rivers, lush forests, plenty of archaeology, charming villages, Andean communities, a historic city, outstanding hikes, great food, amazing accommodation. It truly has it all.


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