Somebody once told me that the most important thing when trying to understand the human being is to first understand his natural environment.
That statement became my premise once I started studying archaeology and anthropology in Guatemala. Not long before that, when I was studying ecotourism, I was introduced to the fascination of bird watching as part of my regular classes and a couple of years later, after having graduated from the senior school of ecotourism, I became certified as a general tour guide.
I lived all the exciting experiences of the first tours going on jungle treks through the tropical rain forests of the Guatemalan Lowlands and since the first time I fell in love with all the natural, cultural, historical and archaeological richness of this region.
I like to interact with my clients, I love to answer deep questions about the facts I know, but what I like the most are the questions I have no answer for and along the conversation we keep thinking and contributing facts to find the answer that makes more sense for both.
All this time writing this brief introduction of myself I was thinking about the best way to say how I don't like boring tours, but I hope you deducted by yourself.
I hope to have a great conversational time with you showing my region around and the pintoresc destinations we have and hope to see you soon.
Student of Mayan Archaeology. National University, San Carlos de Guatemala.
General Tourguide. Credential Register #804 Tourism National Board of Guatemala
Ecotourism. Senior School Degree.
As a licensed guide, I have no restrictions.