I have a wide experience in leading tourist groups for known companies in North America and Europe.
Nicaragua is an absolute paradise for lovers of pristine nature and adventurous travel. The country has evolved a great deal from the negative stereotypes you may have heard, and you will find local people eager to share with you their love of their beautiful homeland.
All of my tours are customized precisely to the interests and wishes of my clients, and I look forward to creating the perfect tour for you and your group. I specialize in tours which would bring you close to the Nicaraguan Nature, Culture, History, Adventure, Traditions and Gastronomy.
I also possess a Degree Tourism Management and License as National Guide. I had the previlege to worked as a Location Scout for two well known filming productions (Discovery Channel, Animal Planet and Survivor Nicaragua CBS). I also won a Top Guide Award in 2010 by REI Adventure Travel.
I lived in Houston , TX with my whole family for ten years and learn English while attending High School, so I speak fluent English and Spanish and understand both cultures.
One of my greatest passions is nature and adventure, especially bird watching; but also politics, religion, culture, and most important Nicaraguan Gastronomy. On my free time, the greatest leisure of all is to be with my two lovely daughters and my beautiful wife.
Come to Nicaragua and experience the uniqueness of this country with a living humble heart before it gets commercialized!
A Recent Review of this guide
Gerald was a great tour guide, he was punctual and had a very nice SUV with a mini fridge to keep cold water. His english is excellent as he has lived in the US for a number of years. He added a lot of great stops to the itinerary and his pricing was very reasonable. Without question I would use him again and will suggest to anyone going to Nicaragua
I'm licenses as a National Guide of Nicaragua by the Tourism Board.
Won an award as Top Guide in 2010 By REI
One of the founder of the Tourist Guides association of Nicaragua.
I don't have a license for scuba diving