I have been traveling to many places until I discovered Colombia and fell in love with this country and its variety of landscape. Each one is more beautiful one after the other. Since then, I decided to live here, sharing my passion for travel with others and helping them enjoy and discover this fabulous country and all the treasures it has to offer.
What places and activities do you specialize in?
"I love nature, whether it is for a peaceful walk, observing fauna and flora, or feeling the adrenaline of an extreme adventure, there are so many possibilities to enjoy the beauty of nature.
I am also a fan of the history of civilization because you always have an opportunity to discover the history and understand better the culture of the country you are visiting. "
How did you get involved in travel?
"I did not travel that much when I was a kid. I spent my summers in my home village near the beach. My first trip abroad was with school when I was fourteen, we were writing letters to English penfriends, and we did a cultural exchange spending one week in each other's family. It gave me a lot of interest in foreign languages and discovering new countries. Then I started to study international tourism. It gave me the chance to travel and work in different countries, in a multicultural environment, and live my passion. "
Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.
"I will always remember how great I felt walking the streets of Cartagena for the first time, this city really has something in its air that gives you a smile 24/7.
The food and drinks are delicious, people very generous and always give their best so you feel great. I spent some days in Isla Rosario, lazing at the beach, never felt so relaxed, this place is amazing. I could admire one of the most beautiful sunsets I have ever seen in my life. "
Featured trips & expertise
Perfect for first-timers, this classic Colombia itinerary starts in cosmopolitan Bogotá, ending in charming Cartagena. Visit the salt mines and colonial towns of Barichara and Villa de Leyva, hike the Iguaque Sanctuary, and bike in the Suarez Canal. Once you reach the coast, spend a few days exploring Parque Nacional Natural Tayrona, where you'll encounter white sand beaches, rainforests, and one of the few coral reefs in Colombia.
Take advantage of the ample time off work in late December and travel to a place that knows how to do the holidays. This fun and festive 7-day Latin American adventure starts in the up-and-coming city of Medellín. With hip restaurants, art galleries, and eternal spring-like temperatures, this city goes bonkers with Christmas lights. From here, you'll head to lakeside Guatapé for hiking, visit a coffee farm, and then fly to Cartagena -- a fairy-tale city that draws a vibrant international crowd. Reserve early and get a seat at one of the city's best rooftop bars overlooking stunning colonial architecture and the Caribbean Sea -- what a way to start the new year!
Colombia's coffee region set amidst the rugged hills between Medellin, Cali and Ibague produces some of the finest coffee in the world. Besides learning how the coffee is made, you can experience stunning national parks, vibrant cities, and quiet pueblos. We're spilling the beans with some expert tips on getting around the region and the best places to visit.