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
Thalia was a great guide with really interesting information to share. She was able to answer our questions about the marine life as well as the region. We were a group of four adults, two of whom are uneasy in the water, but we all felt confident with Thalia's ability to keep us safe and sound. For not much more than the cost of a cruise-ship sponsored tour, we had the boat and guide to ourselves - money well spent.
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.