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Reyna Ulloa

My name is Reyna, a young professional from Masaya, Nicaragua. I am a university graduate of Tourism Management and Development, and I declare myself completely in love with Central America. I enjoy the opportunity to work with customers from all over the world, accommodating clients´ preferences, special interests and -needs into a tailored proposal. In my free time I enjoy the outdoors, hiking different parts of the countryside, watching movies, and reading.

What places and activities do you specialize in?

"Hiking in Nicaragua volcanoes
Visit to the forest in Boquete
Coffee experience in Matagalpa or Boquete
Historic experience in León or Panama city
Leisure travel to Corn Island or Bocas del Toro"

How did you get involved in travel?

"Since I was a kid, I always enjoyed visiting some interesting places with my family.

For my birthday, my mom always let me choose between a small celebration with music and cake or a nice familiar day trip with a couple of friends. My preference was always a day visiting a new site in Nicaragua.

A year we visit El Chocoyero Nature reserve, and another we travel to Matagalpa to enjoy a coffee-guided tour. I had also have the opportunity to visit an Islet in Lake Nicaragua and the beautiful San Juan del Sur.

These experiences inspired me to study and work to share with visitors the beauty of Nicaragua and Central America, which plenty culture, history, and nature enriches the spirit and provides wonderful life experiences."

Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.

"In 2019 I had the opportunity to travel to Panama with friends for two weeks approximately. We met some interesting people and visit some beautiful places. I also had the opportunity to visit a market to taste local food.

We were staying in a homestay at that time, so we had the chance to experience the authenticity of Panama and meet a family with a Panamanian mother and a Nicaraguan father. It was definitely wonderful to realize that two different cultures can meet during a trip, but also live together for a lifetime."

Reyna is part of the following groups: Panama Travel Agents, Nicaragua Travel Agents
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