Marisol Mosquera is 2013 Condé Nast Travel Specialist for Peru and Bolivia

We’re thrilled to reveal that Marisol Mosquera has today been announced on Condé Nast Traveler’s list of the World’s Top  Travel Specialists, she is listed for both Peru and Bolivia. This is the 5th year in a row that Aracari’s founder and director appears on the prestigious publication as a travel specialist for Peru and the third time for Bolivia.

The list is very aptly billed as “Wendy Perrin’s Annual List of the Pros to Turn to When a Trip Has to Be Perfect”. With decades of experience, Perrin screens and selects the finest travel specialists from thousands of aspirants from across the globe, this year whittling the shortlist down to just 146 specialists worldwide. We’re all delighted that Marisol has been recognised for her efforts, which so far this year have included specially designing trips for families, extensive coverage in the media and promoting the best of travel in Peru across the world amongst other endeavours.

Citing her criteria for selecting specialists, Perrin states “The custom trip designers collected here represent the best blend of destination knowledge, insider connections, consumer advocacy, and value for your dollar that I’ve found in more than two decades of scrutinizing the travel industry for this magazine. They have the expertise and clout to get you the rooms with the best views and the savviest English-speaking guides, not to mention VIP perks.”  For a full explanation of criteria used to select specialists, full details of when to use a specialist and to view the full listings for 2013  please visit the following page: The Top Travel Agents and Tour Operators of 2013.

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