I really love spending time in the outdoors of this magnificent "Miniature Continent".
I like diving and snorkeling in the ocean, riding a motorbike slowly on this astonishing roads, walking through the volcanic landscapes, hiking, visiting ancient archaeological sites, travelling back in time with the mysterious history of the first civilization that settled in this land, observing the smallest details and the biggest treasures that Nature offers us.
Being a tour guide is my life. I really enjoy my work!
I have been working as a tour guide since 2004.
In my first part-time job I was wilderness tour leader in the surroundings of Doñana National Park, in Huelva and Sevilla, where I was finishing my degree in environmental sciences.
I arrived in Gran Canaria to work as a health and safety inspector, and I just fell in love with this land: nature, the landscapes, all that heritage including an absolutely remarkable archaeology.
The Island really got me, and I decided that I had to spend my time and energy doing what I do best: showing all this beauty, sharing all this natural and cultural heritage as a personal guide.
I began as a specialised birdwatching guide; but today I can tell that the experiences that I try to provide are the perfect mixture of nature, culture, landscapes, legends and gastronomy; delivering that in a professional way but also as if I were showing the island to my friends or relatives when they come to visit me.
The results are always the same: priceless faces and reactions; the feeling that you have really squeezed the best out of your time in Gran Canaria, and a sentence that is repeated again and again: "I didn't expect Gran Canaria to be like this!"
Do you want to join me? Do you want to feel the energy? This place is full of it!
A Recent Review of this guide
We had a superb day out with Guillermo, who was knowledgable in many ways about many things in Gran Canaria. There were 4 of us and he tried to suit the tour to all of us, though it was originally meant to be just bird-watching. We learnt much about geology, the history of the island, the plants, the food, and even some bird-watching. It was an amazing day from 7am till roughly 6 pm and we saw places on the island that we would never have discovered ourselves. Thank you Guillermo!!
- Certified Official Canary Islands Tour Guide (GTCAN nº3886)
- Working as a wilderness trip leader since 2004
- Environmental Science Degree (University of Huelva 2000-2005)
- Masters Degree in Health and Safety
• My activities are authorized by the Canarias Government with the registration numbers: NR-35-1-0002760 and 35-1-000276. I-0003863.1