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Luisa is from Guatemala City and now lives in Antigua. She offers a wide range of active tours throughout Guatemala: mountain biking, kayaking mangroves and Lake Atitlan, hiking, climbing, caving, experiencing lava up close and personal on active volcanoes and more. However, Luisa offers adventure with culture. She knows the best restaurants off and on the beaten track, from the hottest venues in Antigua to the tiniest open-air eatery off the Rio Dulce. And she knows the fabulous little trip-of-a-life-time places to stay, as well.

At school Luisa specialized in Environmental Management. Her undergrad was in Ecotourism and Sustainable Development and she is currently taking a masters in Rural Sustainable Development.

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Luisa Uploaded by Kirsten Koza on Feb. 24, 2008.

Soaking in a hidden jungle hot spring with Luisa Uploaded by Kirsten Koza on Aug. 18, 2011.

After kayaking to the Caribbean down the Rio Dulce Uploaded by Kirsten Koza on Aug. 18, 2011.

Photo of Luisa taken by Jordan Manley Uploaded by Robert Norton on Aug. 21, 2011.

Photo of Luisa taken by Jordan Manley Uploaded by Robert Norton on Aug. 21, 2011.

Garifuna cuisine. Luisa knows all the best local eateries. This seafood soup was served at a riverbank restaurant we kayaked to, on the Rio Dulce. (photo by Kirsten Koza) Uploaded by Robert Norton on Aug. 21, 2011.

Kayaking Uploaded by Robert Norton on Aug. 21, 2011.

Louisa in fine fettle Uploaded by Robert Norton on Aug. 21, 2011.

Kayaking the mangroves off the Rio Dulce. Uploaded by Robert Norton on Aug. 21, 2011.

Swimming at a secluded thermal waterfall below bat caves. (photo by www.kirstenkoza.com) Uploaded by Robert Norton on Aug. 21, 2011.

Rio Dulce Uploaded by Eduardo Crespo on Sept. 8, 2011.

Luisa Zea on Volcan Pacaya Uploaded by James Champion on Sept. 26, 2011.

Luisa Zea overlooking the lava on Pacaya Uploaded by James Champion on Sept. 26, 2011.

Luisa Uploaded by James Champion on Sept. 26, 2011.

Luisa Uploaded by James Champion on Sept. 26, 2011.

Luisa Uploaded by James Champion on Sept. 26, 2011.

Meeting with the locals at Atitlan Uploaded by Steve Johnson on Sept. 30, 2011.

Czech Republic_2011 Uploaded by kiste on Oct. 1, 2011.

Local Travel Guide and Service International Competition Winner 2011 Uploaded by Nicola Dee on June 11, 2012.

Customer Reviews

Overall
9.9 / 10
21 reviews

Kirsten Koza (recommender) (10 / 10)

reviewed Feb. 24, 2008, 5:53 p.m.

Kirsten Koza spent 5-10 days with Luisa Zea.

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Luisa's tour took me and five Canadian women kayaking down the Rio Dulce and through mangroves, into bat caves, swimming in thermal waterfalls, mountain biking in the central highlands, kayaking and hiking around Lake Atitlan,toasting marshmallows over lava and all the while staying at fabulous jungle lodges and small unique inns.

Luisa's English is so good, she can even joke in her second language. Travelling with her feels like just hanging out with one of your best friends in their hometown where they know all the best nooks and crannies. You could tell the Guatemalan inn keepers and restaurant owners truly adore Luisa, which also makes the tourist's experience of the people and countryside more enjoyable.

Best bits: Kayaking through mangroves and gorging on coconut seafood soup, a Garafuna specialty -- near Livingston on the Caribbean.
Worst bits: I loved the worst bits. Wading through bat guano in sandals with the bats swooping around your head deep in riverside caves. But this was topped only by tears of fear while stepping over lava fissures on Volcan Pacaya -- terrified that my quick-dry sports fabrics were going to fuse to my skin.

Ratings

Overall experience: 10 / 10
Value for money: 10 / 10
Eco impact: 10 / 10
Does the local understand eco issues? Yes

Michelle Lemieux (10 / 10)

reviewed Aug. 18, 2011, 8:12 a.m.

Michelle Lemieux spent 2-4 weeks with Luisa Zea.

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Hiking, cycling, paddling, eating, overland travel, markets, exposure to more than just the regular touristy spots.

Luisa even went out of her way to help me rescue a puppy and get him vet care before I brought him home. She is very generous and understanding!

Best bits: Luisa is a local and understands how to communicate and educate both her clients and her countrymen
Worst bits: Nothing bad, Luisa is AWESOME!

Ratings

Overall experience: 10 / 10
Value for money: 10 / 10
Eco impact: 10 / 10
Does the local understand eco issues? Yes
Profile Accuracy: 10 / 10

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Luisa has an a great understanding of english and is great at cracking jokes most english speaking people wouldn't think of.

Donna Chaiet (9 / 10)

reviewed Sept. 8, 2011, 6:12 p.m.

Donna Chaiet spent 2-5 days with Luisa Zea.

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Horseback riding trip up Pacaya Volcano
Kayaking in Mangroves on the coast of Guatemala

Best bits: Knowledgeable, safety conscious, flexible
Worst bits: None!

Ratings

Overall experience: 9 / 10
Value for money: 8 / 10
Eco impact: 9 / 10
Does the local understand eco issues? Yes
Profile Accuracy: 10 / 10

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Eduardo Crespo (10 / 10)

reviewed Sept. 8, 2011, 6:57 p.m.

Eduardo Crespo spent 2-5 days with Luisa Zea.

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Luisa took us to walk through a precious river Rio Dulce where we could appreciate the wonder of seeing a group of about 15-20 monkeys in harmony with nature and share your breakfast routine. Contemplate the beauty of rivers and aquatic flora upholstered surrounded by huge trees with experience to see and hear monkeys make this a magical experience.

Best bits: See the monkeys in the nature
Worst bits: The time to leave

Ratings

Overall experience: 10 / 10
Value for money: 9 / 10
Eco impact: 10 / 10
Does the local understand eco issues? Not sure
Profile Accuracy: 8 / 10

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Omrane Fadhel (10 / 10)

reviewed Sept. 14, 2011, 4:53 p.m.

Omrane Fadhel spent a whole day with Luisa Zea.

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We have been doing a whole day kayaking through the forrest. Luisa was a perfect guide there as she was able to guide us through this quite huge forrest. we never got lost (or at least I never had this impression :) ) and she was able to answer almost all my questions about biosystems and all the animals we have encountered. As this forrest was the home of the famous howler monkeys, it was even more fascinating to spend this day there. Luisa made it simply magic, we wouldn't have enjoyed, hadn't she been with us.

Best bits: Howler monkeys, the kayak races !! Luisa's jokes and all day long great mood and great atmosphere!
Worst bits: maybe the huge and hungry mosquitos and the heavy night rain falls

Ratings

Overall experience: 10 / 10
Value for money: 9 / 10
Eco impact: 9 / 10
Does the local understand eco issues? Yes
Profile Accuracy: 10 / 10

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Anne Marie OConnor (10 / 10)

reviewed Sept. 15, 2011, 6:45 p.m.

Anne Marie OConnor spent 5-10 days with Luisa Zea.

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Kayaking, biking, hiking, touring, volunteer experience in village building stoves for local family.

Best bits: local knowledge, great problem solver, perfect English, fun person
Worst bits: none

Ratings

Overall experience: 10 / 10
Value for money: 10 / 10
Eco impact: 10 / 10
Does the local understand eco issues? Yes
Profile Accuracy: 10 / 10

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Luisa led our group of seven on a volunteer project to a local village. She was the perfect liaison; she's super-organized and never flustered. For the second part of our trip, she led us kayaking on Lake Attitlan, and hiking and biking in nearby countryside. She was very safety conscious, and concerned that everyone in the group, no matter what their fitness level, was having a great experience. She also took us to some very cool restaurants and bars in Antigua and was amazing company. Love love love her! I highly recommend her!

Josephine (10 / 10)

reviewed Sept. 18, 2011, 1:01 a.m.

Josephine spent 2-5 days with Luisa Zea.

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We took the whole family to the mangroves of Monterrico, Guatemala and spent a lovely time birdwatching, kayaking, observing turtles, sunsets and lovely beaches. With kayak, we went deep into the heart of the mangroves and felt very in touch with nature. Luisa explained all the environmental pressures that the community is facing and how to contribute if we want. She mentioned the shrimp farms are the #1 threat and that this habitat is incredibly important for all the rare and indangered birds in Guatemala. We saw many of them she showed us how to upload information into EBIRD, cornell's bird documentary system, that is world-wide. I think she is a true environmentalist with a huge heart and she show a lot of determination to change the status-quo. She was very well prepared with a Picnic, binoculars, bird bird, maps etc.....our kids (young teenagers) had a blast!!!!!!!!

Best bits: After kayaking all day we enjoyed and incredible meal together and the hotel was top notch....on the beach. She knew all the local and had formed a nice raport with everybody. Amazing what a friendly and DETERMINED tourguide can accomplish.
Worst bits: Guatemala is facing a lot of environmental challenges and sometimes this is difficult to see as a tourist. For instance, there was trash in the mangroves and the area should be taken care of better. But, thanks to people like Luisa, we are seeing some positive changes. Tourism and education play a big part.

Ratings

Overall experience: 10 / 10
Value for money: 10 / 10
Eco impact: 10 / 10
Does the local understand eco issues? Yes
Profile Accuracy: 10 / 10

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She is and incredibly skilled athelete and understands the value of good nutrition and friendship.

James Champion (10 / 10)

reviewed Sept. 26, 2011, 1:50 a.m.

James Champion spent 5-10 days with Luisa Zea.

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I have just been guided from Antigua to Volcan Pacaya, Quetzaltenango, Tilapita, El Paredon and Puerto San Jose by excellent guide Luisa Zea. Activities included birdwatching, hiking, mangrove boat tour, historical sightseeing.

Best bits: Everything, but especially how she took care of me at all times
Worst bits: None

Ratings

Overall experience: 10 / 10
Value for money: 10 / 10
Eco impact: 10 / 10
Does the local understand eco issues? Yes
Profile Accuracy: 10 / 10

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My experience of Luisa's guiding was outstanding. My tour in the footsteps of my great grandfather, who spent 1879 to 1881 studying insects in Guatemala, required unusual planning and visiting places not necessarily on the tourist track. Luisa handled all this extremely well. In addition, she was a careful, patient and fun person to be with. Her knowledge of Guatemala and its wildlife areas is excellent, and she is even able to correctly identify many of its birds! I thoroughly recommend her.

Mike Brcic (10 / 10)

reviewed Sept. 30, 2011, 12:19 p.m.

Mike Brcic spent longer than 3 months with Luisa Zea.

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My company, Sacred Rides Mountain Bike Adventures, has been hiring Luisa as our Guatemala guide for several years. She is extremely professional, very knowledgeable, friendly, and an amazing mountain biker to boot!

Luisa is one of our highest rated guides on post-trip surveys, and we look forward to working with her for many years to come!

Best bits: Kayaking on Lake Atitlan, the Cielo Grande ride above Antigua
Worst bits: Luisa out-tequila-ing me at the tequila bar in Antigua!

Ratings

Overall experience: 10 / 10
Value for money: 10 / 10
Eco impact: 7 / 10
Does the local understand eco issues? Yes
Profile Accuracy: 5 / 10

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Steve Johnson (10 / 10)

reviewed Sept. 30, 2011, 4:36 p.m.

Steve Johnson spent 2-4 weeks with Luisa Zea.

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Luisa guided me and some friends on 2 week mountain bike tour all over Guatemala. She took us to areas that seemingly no one else would have been able to find. Her overall knowledge of the nature, people and places in which she travels was incredible. We rode mountain bikes all over the country and she managed to find some of the sweetest singletrack I've ever ridden. Not only is she an amazzingly patient and knowledgeable guide, but a kick a$* mountain biker!

Best bits: Her big smile as she points out all the wonderful things about her home country, the punishing climbs, the amazing trail, safe secure well guided travel where everything is taken care of. She is a one of a kind guide.
Worst bits: There were no bad bits, not even the punishing climbs, which i secretly loved.

Ratings

Overall experience: 10 / 10
Value for money: 10 / 10
Eco impact: 10 / 10
Does the local understand eco issues? Yes
Profile Accuracy: 10 / 10

Comments:

I think that she sells herself short! She is an amazing person on and off tour. I believe I heard her speaking German as well. Incredible!

kiste (10 / 10)

reviewed Sept. 30, 2011, 11:57 p.m.

kiste spent longer than 3 months with Luisa Zea.

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I went to a lot of different mountainbike rides with her in Germany while she was doing a half year course environmental management.
In the course of our rides she gained the title "trail queen" for her outstanding technical skills never getting off her bike on difficult terrain.

Best bits: Seeing her riding down on the bike where most people get off.
Worst bits: Riding back home on a borring street and not off the beaten track.

Ratings

Overall experience: 10 / 10
Value for money: 9 / 10
Eco impact: 10 / 10
Does the local understand eco issues? Yes
Profile Accuracy: 9 / 10

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Tiffany (10 / 10)

reviewed Feb. 14, 2013, 1:40 a.m.

Tiffany spent 5-10 days with Luisa Zea.

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I traveled with several students from UW-Madison and USAC in Guatemala City. We were students from plant pathology or agricultural backgrounds (undergraduate to graduate level). We visited a diversity of agricultural locations--everything from large multinational export farms to small organic operations focused on local production and local community development. We also visited conservation areas like BioTopo a preserved cloud forest. Luisa organized a very efficient trip--It's hard to describe how much we experienced and learned during our 10 day trip.

Best bits: The local seed cooperative and education center in Rabinal was a great location to visit. I think these workers will continue to have a great impact on the farmers in their community. I also loved visiting San Pedro at Lake Atitlan. We met a group of women who use natural dyes from local plants to dye thread and weave the thread into beautiful bags, hats, and other textiles.
Worst bits: I don't have any complaints!

Ratings

Overall experience: 10 / 10
Value for money: 10 / 10
Eco impact: 10 / 10
Does the local understand eco issues? Yes
Profile Accuracy: 10 / 10

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Megan Meyers (10 / 10)

reviewed Feb. 14, 2013, 2:20 a.m.

Megan Meyers spent 5-10 days with Luisa Zea.

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We toured many agricultural fields, co-ops, plantations, and a few rainforests and waterfalls in Ram Tzul. We went from Guatemala City to Antigua to Salama to Huehuetenago to Lake Atitlan and back to Antigua. We went all over and had many different ecosystems and some of the sites were new to here but she was very informative non the less!

Best bits: I was in Guatemala for a class trip (I'm from Wisconsin, USA). Luisa was very helpful with translating for me, very knowledgeable on cultural and ecological concepts. Luisa was open to trying to new things and learning about my culture and background. I would definitely recommend her to anybody that visits Guatemala! Luisa is friendly, kind, and generous. She is the best tour-guide I have ever had. Keep up the great work Luisa!
Worst bits: The worst part was leaving and having to say goodbye to Luisa. She made me want to come back to Guatemala!

Ratings

Overall experience: 10 / 10
Value for money: 10 / 10
Eco impact: 10 / 10
Does the local understand eco issues? Yes
Profile Accuracy: 9 / 10

Comments:

Lots of information about her. It shows her wide range of activities and her openness to try new things. I would emphasize her being bilingual. Thanks for being the best tour guide Luisa! Love from Wisconsin!

jorge (10 / 10)

reviewed Feb. 14, 2013, 3:13 a.m.

jorge spent 5-10 days with Luisa Zea.

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went on a trip y several places in Guatemala in company of students of the university of wisconsin to saw several agricultural sistems

Best bits: the combination of study trip and traveling, the guides were so much efficient to make our trip the best
Worst bits: the traffic in some places

Ratings

Overall experience: 10 / 10
Value for money: 9 / 10
Eco impact: 10 / 10
Does the local understand eco issues? Yes
Profile Accuracy: 10 / 10

Comments:

excellent trip the best i have ever had

Renee (10 / 10)

reviewed Feb. 16, 2013, 7:56 p.m.

Renee spent 5-10 days with Luisa Zea.

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I was a member of a student group led by Luisa and fellow guide Juliana Skaggs Nanne. This group was comprised of two classes--one from USAC in Guatemala and one from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Our trip involved travel from Antigua to Salama, Huehuetenango, Lake Atitlan, and other places in between. Because both groups of students were interested in agriculture and conservation, our travels were primarily agro/ecotourism centered. Luisa did a superb job of setting us up with a variety of sites that allowed us to see the diversity of Guatemalan culture and agriculture. She paid close attention to safety and quality of our food and lodging. Though things did not always run smoothly (road construction often interfered with our planned routes) Luisa quickly and effectively solved any potential problem and kept our trip running smoothly. Additionally, her superb Spanish/English skills helped students from the two universities communicate effectively. Her since of humor and zeal for active outdoor activities didn't hurt either! I would love to go back for a Guatemalan hiking adventure with her in the future!

Best bits: The Biotopo del quetzal and lodging at Ram Tzul Huehuetenango Natural dyeing process and homestay at Lake Atitlan
Worst bits: Hotel Unicornio Azul in Huehuetenango did not allow us to fill water bottles--which was somewhat understandable given the scarcity of water in the area--but I would not recommend this hotel to other travelers. Otherwise, and this was a very minor detail, the trip was perfect!

Ratings

Overall experience: 10 / 10
Value for money: 10 / 10
Eco impact: 9 / 10
Does the local understand eco issues? Yes

bre (10 / 10)

reviewed Feb. 17, 2013, 11:10 p.m.

bre spent 2-4 weeks with Luisa Zea.

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I feel very lucky to have had Louisa as a guide during my travels in Guatemala. I visited the country with 12 other US students as well as 12 students from Guatemala, and Louisa was loved by everyone of us. We toured many farms and natural areas of which Louisa provided a wealth of knowledge. I appreciated Louisa's (always) positive and welcoming attitude and her zest for life which made our trip truly unforgettable

Best bits: The entire trip was terrific; of particular note was our homestay in San Juan which was an incredible experience. We first visited the coffee plantation and the weaving shop in town, followed by a night with the families of local residents (http://www.facebook.com/vivaatitlan). The families welcomed us into their homes where we enjoyed a variety of activities such as tours around town, making tortillas, and enjoying the company of our host family. I also enjoyed our trip to the Valhalla Macademia farm (http://www.exvalhalla.net/) and our stay at 'Posada los Bucaros' in Antigua and the magical 'Ram Tzul' in Alta Verapaz.
Worst bits: I loved every bit of our trip, I cannot express enough how wonderful Louisa is.

Ratings

Overall experience: 10 / 10
Value for money: 10 / 10
Eco impact: 10 / 10
Does the local understand eco issues? Yes

Caitilyn Allen (10 / 10)

reviewed Feb. 18, 2013, 4:14 a.m.

Caitilyn Allen spent 2-4 weeks with Luisa Zea.

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A 2-week field course on tropical agriculture and conservation for a mixed group of ~28 American and Guatemalan university students. We (2 professors from Wisconsin & 1 from USAC) planned the academic content and Luisa did all the logistical planning from setting up cultural and scientific destinations to arranging the meals & lodging. She accompanied our group for the whole trip, adding much value to our class by generously sharing her personal perspectives and her infectious gift for fun.

Best bits: Luisa did a splendid job. I recommend her enthusiastically and without any reservations for anyone planning a trip in Guatemala. She listened carefully to our goals, communicated clearly, and made adjustments cheerfully. In many cases she found better options or an inside contact that made our trip richer and deeper. She anticipated and planned for the unexpected, and she negotiated some amazingly good prices for our group as well. Our students especially loved hiking in the cloud forest and a homestay with Mayan families in San Juan La Laguna. Overall, this trip was better than I had dared to hope for, and much of the credit goes to Luisa Zea.
Worst bits: Really, this trip had no bad bits. I've taught field courses several times before, and while it's always rewarding, it's also always nerve-wracking to be responsible for a group of students abroad. This time, I felt so confident in Luisa's expertise that I actually relaxed and enjoyed myself.

Ratings

Overall experience: 10 / 10
Value for money: 9 / 10
Eco impact: 9 / 10
Does the local understand eco issues? Yes
Profile Accuracy: 10 / 10

Comments:

Luisa is completely bilingual in English-Spanish. She does not however note in her profile that she's a pretty good singer too!

Toby Lunt (10 / 10)

reviewed March 4, 2013, 8:25 p.m.

Toby Lunt spent 5-10 days with Luisa Zea.

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I visited Guatemala with a class I was taking - Luisa (and her sidekick Julie) took us all around the country from a home base in Antigua. We saw a wide array of beautiful ecological marvels, visited many farms (which was of interest to my class) and talked to lots of local people.

Best bits: Luisa knows so much about Guatemala and so happy to share everything! Not only does she work hard to make sure that all of our engagements were fascinating and running on time, but she cared about everyone and made sure we were all having fun.
Worst bits: Saying goodbye! Luisa, come visit in the US!

Ratings

Overall experience: 10 / 10
Value for money: 10 / 10
Eco impact: 10 / 10
Does the local understand eco issues? Yes
Profile Accuracy: 10 / 10

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Laugier (10 / 10)

reviewed Dec. 4, 2013, 9:48 a.m.

Laugier spent 5-10 days with Luisa Zea.

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Biking trip for 10 days around Antigua. Riding volcanos, Hiking Acatenango, Camp in El Fuego, rifling Tumulos by bus.

Best bits: Sleeping at the 3500 m camp front to the Volcano FUEGO in eruption was a fantastic moment. When you know we spent time with the compagneros singing around the fire, you understand it was a unique moment.
Worst bits: Nothing to say, except maybe there is a "tumulos" every ten meters in antigua, and its not very comfortable in the bus !!!

Ratings

Overall experience: 10 / 10
Value for money: 9 / 10
Eco impact: 10 / 10
Does the local understand eco issues? Yes
Profile Accuracy: 10 / 10

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Luisa is simply PERFECT, she knows the country, the birds, the history, she can answer all your questions. She's very well organized, taking care of everything, she began like a mother for us during those 10 days. Our trip would have definitely not be the same without her, she became part of the crew instantly. And we appreciated a lot the little surprises she added to the program during the week ! Thanks.

dino (9 / 10)

reviewed Dec. 6, 2013, 10:34 p.m.

dino spent 5-10 days with Luisa Zea.

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we came in Guatemala to make a moutain biking movie. Luisa took the jobs from A to Z with an incredible touch of professionalism and the right vision of what we needed. With a daily smile and a super efficient team (Ricardo !) we spent a super nice trip in the best areas and we are actually able to finalize such a nice MTB and lifestyle movie.
Luisa loves his job, and the job loves Luisa !
sincerely,
Dino Raffault- Film maker.

Best bits: everythings.
Worst bits: ???

Ratings

Overall experience: 9 / 10
Value for money: 8 / 10
Eco impact: 7 / 10
Does the local understand eco issues? Yes
Profile Accuracy: 9 / 10

Comments:

Luisa took the jobs from A to Z with an incredible touch of professionalism and the right vision of what we needed. With a daily smile and a super efficient team (Ricardo !) we spent a super nice trip in the best areas and we are actually able to finalize such a nice MTB and lifestyle movie.
Luisa loves his job, and the job loves Luisa !
sincerely,
Dino Raffault- Film maker.

Jeremy Bernard (9 / 10)

reviewed Dec. 8, 2013, 12:46 p.m.

Jeremy Bernard spent 5-10 days with Luisa Zea.

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100 days bike trip in Guatemala.
Producing bike imagery, stills and video.

Best bits: Camp facing Fuego volcano. 3000 m high, volcanic eruption, great meal, great people
Worst bits: Tumulos in Antigua city !

Ratings

Overall experience: 9 / 10
Value for money: 9 / 10
Eco impact: 9 / 10
Does the local understand eco issues? Yes
Profile Accuracy: 9 / 10

Comments:

Excellent trip.
Luisa and Ricardo hosted us in perfect conditions. They showed us all around and perfectly understand what we were looking for.
Luisa knows the place well, as well as her country, it's history and all the actual situation.
If you're looking for adventure, make sure to contact her !!!!!