Aracari, the destination experts in luxury, tailormade travel to Peru and Bolivia, is delighted to announce that CEO & founder Marisol Mosquera has been named 2017 Top Travel Specialist for Peru & Bolivia by Condé Nast Traveler.
Condé Nast Traveler is one of the leading and most trusted voices on all things travel. Providing travel inspiration and vital intel, the global brand has built its reputation based on its extensive network of experts and influencers from all over the world. Each year they compile a list of the créme de la créme travel experts from around the world, who they call ‘experience makers’, which can help make your trip spectacular and unforgettable.
According to Condé Nast Traveler, a Top Travel Specialist: “will intuit your desires before you even know what they are – then they’ll make them happen”. Marisol and her company Aracari do just that, drawing on her extensive knowledge of her home country Peru and neighboring Bolivia, and wide network of friends and experts who include chefs, archaeologists, artists and more as exclusive Aracari specialists, Marisol carefully matches clients with perfect guides, specialists, and experiences across Peru and Bolivia to create a truly tailormade journey.
Marisol is at the forefront of experiential travel in Peru. She left behind an international career in the financial word to fulfill a personal dream of providing first class travel experiences for guests to her home of Peru. Since 1996, she has been designing unique tailormade itineraries to Peru, Bolivia and the Galapagos Islands, offering discerning travelers privileged access to the regions she’s been exploring for over two decades.
As Condé Nast Traveler says “surviving in, say, the Bolivian jungle one day and meeting with the hottest artists in Lima the next requires both grit and access” – and that is what a trip to Peru & Bolivia with a Top Travel Specialist, Marisol, will grant you.
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