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Esteban Tittaferrante

I am passionate about travel and I like that every traveler gets the best possible experience that they will never forget in their lives, so I try my best every time, because I do it with love with passion and a lot of inspiration.

What places and activities do you specialize in?

"Central america (Guatemala, el Salvador, México,Honduras,Costa Rica,Nicaragua,Panama
Arquitecture,History,Adventure,Nature,Multisport activities,Spiritual Mayan Cosmovision"

How did you get involved in travel?

"As a child I used to accompany my father's foreigner friends and I loved explaining them my favorite places and things about my enviroment, I remember how I used to recommend things to do, I always saw them as part of my family and that's how I started, my interest in the tourism industry goes beyong a job description, it is my passion, to resume I love what I do and I do what I love, of course I studied to be professional and solid. "

Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.

"The best experience to me is when people share their anecdotes and the destinations they have put on their travel itinerary, to listen that I was able to be part of a life experience, to know they will never forget makes me feel complete and I work hard to make their experience truly extraordinary so if in some point is possible, I love to be part of what has changed their life's point of view."

Esteban is part of the following groups: Guatemala Travel Agents
Lake Atitlán
Guatemalan Highlands: Antigua, Panajachel, Lake Atitlán, & Tikal National Park - 7 Days

On this weeklong journey through Guatemala, explore the sites and landmarks of the Highlands. The trip begins in Antigua for a sightseeing tour that includes a roster of hands-on workshops. Then, experience the 4,000-year-old Chichicastenango Market in Panajachel. Next, tour the iconic Lake Atitlán and visit native museums, before discovering the ancient Iximché ruins and Tikal National Park, which are steeped in Mayan culture.

Tikal National Park
Guatemala Mayan Journey: Tikal, Río Dulce, & Quirigua Ruins - 5 Days

Embark on this five-day Mayan journey through Guatemala, which features a mix of cultural and outdoor landmarks. Begin in Tikal, where a nature lodge awaits, along with a tour of Tikal National Park and its active monkeys and birds. Then, travel to Río Dulce and enjoy the river tour, as well as some birding. Next, explore the Quirigua Ruins and Mayan sculptures before traveling back to Guatemala City.

Hoyo el Cimarrón in Guatemala's Western Highlands
Incredible Guatemala: Antigua, Tikal, Cobán, & Huehuetenango - 10 Days

Discover Guatemala, the last stronghold of the Mayan civilization, on this culture-forward trip starting and ending in colonial Antigua. Explore Tikal National Park, splash into nature on a tubing adventure through Alta Verapaz's cave system at B'omb'il Pek, and swim in the natural pools of Semuc Champey. Take in striking mountain scenery in Guatemala's Western Highlands, and visit Mayan villages along the shores of Lake Atitlán.

Discover Huehuetenago in Guatemala's Western Highlands
Best of Guatemala & Roatán - 14 Days

Enjoy the best of Guatemala and Honduras' Roatán Island in two weeks on this culture- and nature-focused adventure. You'll explore ancient Maya ruins in Tikal, inner tube through winding caves at B'omb'il Pek, and visit rural Ixil communities in the Western Highlands. Discover Guatemala's natural rugged beauty as you swim, drive, and fly your way across the country.

Semuc Champey
Guatemalan Culture & Outdoor Tour: Cobán, Tikal National Park, Lake Atitlán, Antigua & More - 10 Days

On this 10-day tour, experience the rich culture and scenic outdoor landmarks of Guatemala. Arrive in Guatemala City, before heading to Ram Tzul to explore the nature reserve, along with Semuc Champey and its iconic turquoise pools. Next, explore Tika National Park and become immersed in Mayan culture. A boat tour through Rió Dulce offers birding and a hot springs soak, while a trip to Lake Atitlán provides an inside look into Guatemalan cooperatives and museums. The trip concludes with a visit to the 4,000-year-old Chichicastenango Market, along with some sightseeing in Antigua.