I always felt attracted to explore my country and see the world. Each trip is a new experience, sometimes a life lesson. Traveling is a never-ending learning story, a new chapter to live.
What places and activities do you specialize in?
"Travel planning, responsible travel and hotel industry."
How did you get involved in travel?
"Since very young, I wanted to work in the tourism industry and started with travel planning. Later, I specialized in hospitality, did my internship in Colorado and worked on cruises in the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean. When returned to my country I was part of a sustainable and rural tourism project."
Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.
"I will never forget when I had to prepare lessons, teach about hotel activities to teenagers of a community, in the near future they had to take care and be in charge of the hotel of their community.
I loved being part of this project, it was a mutual learning, cultural enrichment and above all, felt that this would be like a little seed that could germinate in the next generation."
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Explore Peru's cities, Machu Picchu, and the largest lake in South America on this 8-day exploration of local Peruvian culture. Start in metropolitan Lima and explore the vibrant food scene and history. Continue to Cusco, the capital of the Inca empire, and visit ancient ruins and colorful textile markets. Next, spend a day visiting the iconic Machu Picchu ruins. Finally, venture to Lake Titicaca to see its floating islands and intricate hand-made crafts.
December marks the official start of Peru's beach season, with warmer Pacific temperatures and great waves. As for the mountains, rains start falling on the trails, though you can still opt for Christmas treks that end in Machu Picchu for holiday cheer at the world's most famous Incan ruin.
Visiting Peru at the height of its spring shoulder season means less-crowded Sacred Valley trails. October is also one of the best months for rainforest treks in the Amazon, where wildlife-watching is at its best. Meanwhile, Peru's coast starts to attract surfers picking up the early summer swells. Find out what to do and where to go with this monthly guide.
Despite being one of the rainiest months in the Sacred Valley, January is a great time of year to visit Peru, with day hikes to a variety of ruins, fewer trekkers on the Inca Trail, unique urban festivals, and dry, sunny weather along the country's endless Pacific coast where surfing is a growing sport. Find out what to do and where to go in this monthly guide.
Explore the essential highlights of Peru's Sacred Valley, including visits to Cusco and Machu Picchu. Then, journey through a land of wild desert landscapes, snow-capped peaks, and herds of alpacas to arrive at your ultimate destination: the rainbow-painted slopes of Mount Vinicunca hidden deep in the Andes.
For a quick trip that includes all of the highlights of the Sacred Valley, look no further than this 5-day Peruvian jaunt. Tour the beautiful Sacred Valley and see less-visited Incan ruins, get to know the culinary and cultural elements of Cusco, and—of course—spend a full day exploring the bucket-list-worthy wonder of Machu Picchu.
Recent trip reviews for Mily
Trip to Peru · Peru - Jul 11 - Jul 22, 2019
Mily went above and beyond. The trip was fantastic. No problems and we had the best guides. Guido was the best we have ever had.