Aracari Conversations in June

conversations june

We have wonderful things happening in June.

We would like to welcome you to our series of Conversations during the month of June. We have included subjects and people who have interesting stories to tell from our country, Peru.

A TASTE OF THE AMAZON

Thursday, June 25 2020

Pedro Miguel Schiaffino, award winning chef.

In conversation with Maria Julia Raffo, Aracari’s gastronomic Advisor.

Pedro Miguel finds the inspiration for his cuisine in the vast pantry of the Amazon, whose secrets he will reveal during this talk. Award winning chef and number 48 in Latin America for his restaurant Malabar, Pedro Miguel will tell us about his life and work and the secrets he is constantly unveiling during his Amazon exploration.

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A LIFE IN THE SACRED VALLEY

Thursday, June 18 2020

Joaquin Randall, sustainable tourism entrepreneur.

Joaquin Randallis a sustainable tourism entrepreneur based in Ollantaytambo, near Machu Picchu,  Peru. Peruvian born of American parents,  Joaquin owns and runs the most legendary establishment in the Cusco Area, the “Albergue de Wendy Weeks” founded by his parents when they moved to this area in the seventies. Joaquin will share his fascinating family history and tell us about his sustainable initiatives to protect the environment, the local communities and diversify the tourism offerings in the area.

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MAKING A MARK IN THE AMAZON

Thursday, June 11 2020

Eduardo Nycander, founder Rainforest Expeditions.

Eduardo Nycander founded Rainforest Expeditions over 25 years ago, a collection of lodges in Tambopata, a rainforest protected area in southeastern Peru. He and his team implemented a winning formula that combines conservation, hospitality and science, making it a benchmark in ecotourism practices in the region. He will tell us his story and will focus on his many wildlife conservation initiatives.

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ana palzaBolivian Haute Couture

Thursday, June 4 2020

Ana Palza, jewelry and clothing designer.

Ana was born in La Paz and raised by an American mother who taught her to cherish and celebrate all that is unique about Bolivia. Ana is a renowned Bolivian jewelry and clothing designer who empowers indigenous women by designing beautiful jewelry and traditional outfits for the cholitas, Andean women who have maintained their ancestry through culture and tradition. Her pieces are a must-wear at Bolivia’s most traditional Festivals and one of Ana’s recent collections of haute couture was presented by eight cholitas at the Cartier Foundation for Contemporary Art in Paris, France.

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Marisol GalapagosThe Galapagos Islands curated by ARACARI

Tuesday, June 2 2020

Our CEO & Founder Marisol Mosquera will share with us her curated view of this stunning natural destination

When is the best time to visit the islands? Should I go cruising or should I stay in a lodge? After years of traveling continuously to this remarkable, unique, and remote Nature destination our CEO & Founder Marisol Mosquera will answer this questions and more sharing with you truly insider tips to help you make the most out of your visit to the Galapagos Islands, the ARACARI way.

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