I was born and raised in Costa Rica and I am very passionate about my country! The culture, nature, and adventure that you can experience are the things that keep me here. I love the outdoors, when I am not on my bicycle you can find me hiking in a national park. As an avid traveler myself, I always want to encourage and help people to travel and discover the world.
What places and activities do you specialize in?
"The whole country of Costa Rica and I specialize in culture, nature, adventure activities and luxury travel for honeymooners and couples."
How did you get involved in travel?
"When I was a little kid, I was always traveling with my family, but when I was 18 years old, I got to spend a year in Germany where I fell in love with learning all about a new culture and discovering new places. Once I was back in Costa Rica, I knew that I had to get involved with tourism so I made the decision to go to Uni and study Sustainable tourism."
Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.
"One travel experience that I will never forget was when I was hiking in the Talamanca Mountain Range, I was sleeping in my tent and the local guide woke me up in the morning because he had found a Quetzal nest and there were many birds flying around. The Quetzal is one of my favorite birds and that was the first time I got to see it in person. It was very exciting!"
Featured trips & expertise
This jam-packed tour of Costa Rica’s highlights takes you from the Caribbean to the Pacific. Begin with a boat tour of Tortuguero before two days o f relaxation on Puerto Viejo Beach. Conquer the rapids on the Pacuare River en route to adventure-filled Arenal. Then, head to Monteverde, where you'll zipline through the rare cloud forest, followed by a cultural tour of local plantations. The trip winds down in Manuel Antonio, with its gorgeous beaches and adundant wildlife.
Experience the best of birding in Costa Rica on this 13-day journey through tropical paradise. In Tortuguero, learn about turtle conservation and spot dozens of birds and other species. Then, venture to Turrialba Volcano to discover the native birdlife. Next, stroll the cloud forest of San Gerardo de Dota, where hummingbirds and quetzals thrive, followed by Corcovado National Park and Ballena National Marine Park. The finale includes scarlet macaws flying overhead at Carara National Park, before returning to San José for some sightseeing.
Enjoy the best of the Guanacaste region of Costa Rica in just one week. Upon arrival, head to Rincón de la Vieja to explore the national park—which hosts a plethora of volcanic activity—embark on a ziplining adventure over White River Canyon, and enjoy some relaxing downtime in your hotel’s spa and natural hot springs. Next, venture to stunning Tamarindo Beach for some fun in the sun. Go surfing and beach hopping, before boarding an unforgettable sunset catamaran—complete with reef snorkeling.
On this nine-day getaway, explore three of Costa Rica’s most prized beaches, parks, and nature reserves—along with plenty of downtime. First, venture to Dominical, home of a biodiverse national park and a great base for watersports, like sea kayaking and tubing. Then, head to Jacó Beach to take a jungle river cruise and zipline over the rainforest. Next is Santa Teresa Beach to see a nature reserve and a massive waterfall. The trip winds down with some sightseeing in the capital city of San José.
In a little over a week, you can experience the main highlights of the tropical paradise that is Costa Rica. This includes visiting Arenal Volcano National Park, going on a boat safari down the Tárcoles River, and venturing into the remote jungles of Corcovado National Park. Best of all, throughout the experience you'll enjoy luxury accommodations and be accompanied by your own bilingual guide.
On this 16-day itinerary, you'll explore the biodiversity of Costa Rica while visiting three distinct regions of the country. First is a visit to Arenal Volcano National Park for some adventure sports, then it's off to remote Bajos del Toro and its three incredible waterfalls. As a grand finale, you'll embark on a guided hike into Corcovado National Park, the most biodiverse region in Costa Rica.