Starting as an amateur naturalist from a young age and later on dedicating my school years to the study of life, I decided to become a biologist. The ocean and marine life had always fascinated me, so I decided to pursue my studies in that area and earned a Master's degree in Marine Ecology, specializing in marine mammal behavior.
I have worked in many areas going from being a waitress to becoming a teacher, when as I was studying as was also a junior researcher. Later on, I entered the tourism industry working as a lifeguard and then as a guide and a travel agent. That's when I decided to become an official tourist guide certified by the Mexican Tourism Board.
I hold a "first responder/lifeguard" international certification, speak 3 languages fluently (Spanish, French, and English) but have also taken Italian and German lessons, and I am currently taking Chinese and ASL.
I grab every available opportunity to jump in a car, bus, train, or boat to travel. I have visited most of Mexico and have been to the USA, Canada, Cuba, Costa Rica and several countries in Europe. I enjoy sharing my experiences and teaching, therefore as I entered the world of tourism, I found the perfect opportunity to get in touch with other cultures, to teach and learn while having fun and respecting nature.
Never a dull moment on my tours, always seeking for adventure, and trying to make the most out of every experience. My guests, become my friends. . . as we say in Mexico: Mi casa es tu casa!
So Welcome to my world, I'll do everything possible for you to fall in love with it!
A Recent Review of this guide
Awesome and Thalia is so knowledgeable. Worth every cent! Amazing!
Master in Marine Ecology- CICESE (Centro de Estudios Costeros y Educación Superior de Ensenada)
First Responder (valid 2018)- Red Cross Mexico
CPR and DEA use (valid 2018)- Guerrero's life saving AC
Federal Tourist Guide (credential number 585)- Mexican Board of Tourism (SECTUR)
Federal dirvers tourism license- Mexican Board of Transportation (SCT)
-I cannot accompany as a guide in your vehicle, only licensed tourist vehicles can be used.
-I can only guide in Spanish, English, and French.