Marisol Mosquera: 2011 Conde Nast Travel Specialist for Peru and Bolivia

Aracari is very pleased to reveal that

Marisol Mosquera

Has been included amongst 133 of

The World’s Top Travel Specialists

as published by Conde Nast Traveler magazine in December 2011.

Marisol has been listed as a Travel Specialist for

Peru and Bolivia

the third year in a row that she has featured on the list and the first year as a specialist for Bolivia.

Naturally we all at Aracari are ecstatic about the news, and look forward to providing Marisol’s travel expertise to readers of one of the world’s most prestigious travel magazines.

The list is drawn up by travel expert Wendy Perrin, who, for the last 20 years, has rigorously screened and interviewed travel experts from across the globe for «The Perrin Report». The Conde Nast list of Travel Specialists – now in its 12th edition – is her definitive guide to the finest travel agents from every country and region; in her own words «… the most trusted insiders—people who offer the best combination of specialized knowledge (based on firsthand travel experience), local connections, user-friendliness, and value for your dollar.. »

The above considered, if you would like help on planning an innovative, creative and authentic travel experience in Peru or Bolivia, please do feel free to contact us straight away.

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