Professional Guides

The main capital in COLONIA ADVENTURES are our Guides .Their rol  is fundamental  . We suggest always to them  practice professional Ethics  ,safety  and high quality services .All of them are proffesional which belongs to the different guides associatons  ( AGOEMA,AGMP,ARGOT,AGOTUR CUSCO,AGOTUR AREQUIPA, AGMP BOLIVIA  and others).

GILF LAURENTE BARRERA: He is part  of our staff as experienced and professional Bilingual Guide with official certification in : High Mountain Rescues, Mountain Paramedic, Forest man fire and now as Professional Guiding teacher . He speaks fluently English and Quechua languages.

He was President of the Regional Association Tourism Guides in Ancash , Peru. He has 25 years of experience . At the moment he develops sustainable projects of alternative Tourism, like the Experiential (Vivential ) Tourism, being part of a team who caused in Peru initially this modality of Tourism. Actually works as Guiding Teacher in a Public Institute in Huaraz focused in mountaineering topics.
Also he worked how local responsible in a Environmental Project teaching native local people leadership for rural Promoters of Environmental and conservation in villages around Huascaran national Park.

Has a child “little” Maury, that already began to climb his artificial climber indoor wall. Hopefully someday become as equilibrated climber in the world.

Last 13 years, he extended his professional horizons visiting all Peru, Bolivia and part of Brazil such as:Cusco,Arequipa,Machupicchu,Trujillo,Chiclayo,Cajamarca,Piura,Huancayo,La Merced,and did the Inca Trail several times as Tour leader.

HIs top challenge: Climbed Huayna Picchu in 24 minutes !! and Climbed Huascaran in alpine style in  4 days (2015 ,August)

Did it ultra marathon in 04 days around the Huayhuash Mountain range

Partipated in the famous ” The North face Challenge ” ultra trail 21 k. Finishing successfully all the loop

After 15 years he got an experience visiting all of top tourism destinities in Peru.

 

huayhuash picture-Mitucocha and Yerupaja