Marisol Mosquera Conde Nast Top Travel Specialist for Peru and Bolivia

The Conde Nast Top Travel Specialist List

Every year, leading travel magazine Conde Nast Traveler compile a list of the créme de la créme of travel experts from around the world, who they call ‘experience makers’. These are the experts that they’ve handpicked that 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 Mosquera chosen as Conde Nast Top Travel Specialist

Marisol has frequently been selected as Conde Nast’s Top Travel Specialist to Peru and Bolivia. Marisol is at the forefront of experiential travel in Peru. She left behind an international career in the financial word to fulfil 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.

Here’s what Conde Nast have to say about the accolade:

“Lima-based Mosquera’s carefully chosen guides bring Peruvian culture to life for her clients, whether by participating in an excavation of Chiclayo’s ruins with an archaeologist, scouring Lima’s boutiques with a local designer, or examining Cusco Baroque art with a curator. Peru native Mosquera not only knows the best restaurants but connects her clients with chefs for cooking trips across the country. She also has exclusive access to private haciendas and mansions, including the Sacred Valley’s Ticllabamba Maison d’Hôtes, a sixteenth-century property believed to have first belonged to the daughter of the Incan emperor Huayna-Capac.”

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