Fernando studied communication sciences at the Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru and later qualified as official tour guide at the Tourism Training Center. He worked as an independent guide for a few years and for the Ministries of Foreign Trade and Tourism. Afterwards he worked in the Peruvian Sports Museum and the Huaca Pucllana Site Museum, becoming specialized in archaeological tourism and becoming night shift supervisor in this museum.
Their goals are to work again in the Ministry of foreign trade and tourism training new tourist guides to better serve national and foreign visitors; and get to know your city and your country for the cultural attractions that it can offer.
Fernando’s Lima Tip!
Try the Chinese-Peruvian fusion food known as chifa. Favorite places are the Chifa Union in the district of Barranco or the San Joy Lao which is located in the same Chinatown.
Nik is 25 years old, lives in the city of Lima, and he graduated as a tour guide 2 years ago. Being a born explorer, he has made tours to the interior of the country and within the city, which have given him a broader view of his homeland and the great implications of tourism. Nik is passionate about his career and the opportunities it gives him to meet people from all over the world and share historical, relevant and truthful information about his beloved city of Lima.
Nik’s Lima Tip!
If you visit the city of Lima do not forget to enjoy a delicious and refreshing ‘pisco sour’, which is a flag drink of Peru, you can take it at the Hotel Bolivar, or at the Mauri Hotel, both are luxury hotels and serve a good portion of pisco at an affordable price, & both are located in the historic center of Lima!