From a very young age I traveled and after knowing many places I decided to specialize in Tourism to be able to show my country to more people, throughout my studies I understood the great treasure is our land of the four worlds and I feel very happy to share it to the world, besides that you can feel the warmth of our people, the culture and our wonderful gastronomy.
What places and activities do you specialize in?
"I specialize in the entire Ecuadorian territory, both continental and the Galapagos Islands, in addition to private activities such as diving, climbing, hiking, trekking.
I also specialize in tailor-made trips for passengers looking for a trip that has everything they have dreamed of seeing in the best combination.
Other of my specialties are Cultural and community trips that take you throughout the territory in an experience of the senses to experience them and that they take the best memory of our beautiful country."
How did you get involved in travel?
"My whole life has been a great trip, my father was a military man and we traveled a lot around Ecuador, that's why my heart was always in the trips. I also discovered many ways of traveling during my adolescence and youth, I love knowing that this beautiful country never Stop surprising me with all the wonders you can find, from the most adventurous, cultural, community experiences to the quietest experiences such as bird watching and simply enjoying the simple things like the sunrise or the flower fields. Traveling allowed me to meet many people, cultures and enjoy each day and be very curious."
Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.
"Throughout my life, I have known several places around the world and it would be very difficult to choose one, in particular, however, I like the Holistic lifestyle and knowing myself, so if I could name a memorable trip I could talk about the Cueva de Los Tayos in Ecuador that involves staying with the Shuar community in a ritual of gratitude first for life and then a 5-hour walk to the place where we rappel down 15 meters to the caves with impressive acoustics and of a unique peace where you can experience all the sounds that you can capture from the earth, in addition to the rich history that they have of being portals between dimensions."
Featured trips & expertise
Experience the best of Ecuador while getting to know its three main ecological regions: the Amazon rainforest, volcano highlands, and Galapagos Islands on this 14-day itinerary. Start the trip in Quito to see the UNESCO designated colonial city center, then head to the rainforest for three days at an ecolodge. Hike near volcanic lagoons and browse mountain markets, then catch a flight to Santa Cruz for three days of exploring uninhabited islands and spotting endemic wildlife.
Explore the best of Ecuador in this 16-day tour through the Amazon, Andes, and Coastal regions. You'll visit beautiful colonial towns, indigenous communities, and experience ways of life both ancient and modern in this diverse country.
See rare wildlife, climb into the clouds, traverse volcanoes, and more on this 10-day Ecuador itinerary. You'll get to experience cultural highlights, like Quito's UNESCO-designated city center and the Otavalo market, but the true gem of this trip is nature. From the lush cloud forests of Mindo to the ecologically diverse Amazon, there's no shortage of wildlife sightings: howler monkeys, pink river dolphins, and iridescent blue butterflies all call this region home.
Explore the best hiking trails Ecuador has to offer on this inclusive hiking itinerary. As you travel across the spine of the Andean nation, you will encounter towering volcanos, tropical jungle treks, wildlife watching opportunities aplenty, and a unique connection with the age-old traditions, cultures and pathways of the Inca and their modern-day descendants.
From glacial climbing on snow-capped Chimborazo to an easy hike up Rucu Pichincha, Ecuador offers a tantalizing range of peaks to conquer. There are mountains and volcanoes to suit all levels for climbers and trekkers alike, and Ecuador's lakes, foothills, and extinct craters offer up endless variety.
Ecuador is one of the world's hotspots for ecological diversity, so it makes sense to spend this 10-day trip exploring nature as much as possible. Start in Quito to see the UNESCO heritage city center, then head to the rainforest for three days at an ecolodge where you'll spot macaws, pink river dolphins, and howler monkeys. Round out your trip with a flight to the Galapagos, where giant tortoises, white-sand beaches, and uninhabited islands await.