Cities where he/she works: Cusco, LIMA
I am a responsible and passionate about the work I do. My work becomes the engine of my accomplishments when I perform the work I am charged. I consider myself an easy person to get along with, a proof of that are the many reports of thanks I got when I finish my work, not only the professional but also in human terms.
I have a great social sensitivity especially when I contact with my fellows and I have to struggle to keep alive not only the culture but also the eternal love towards our land and our importance as human beings.
In the same way I seek to understand the real dimension of intercultural conviviality and to provide insight to clients that I have to attend. I've done self-taught studies of human behavior, as the vast cultural differences that keep us apart in order to provide a service tailored to the needs of every nationality.
My training is ongoing to achieve excellence in my work. I've gone through all the areas of tourism as guiding, escorting groups nationally and internationally, hotel, travel agency management, business administration, tourism, language and training guides. I try to dump this whole experience in every work I do.
In conclusion what I can offer different from others, is my permanent work to find a real cultural interaction with customers. That is not only conveying archaeological, historical, cultural and traditional, but also I transmit it in such way so that the visitor has a real dimension of their search according to their culture.
FOTOGRAFIA, CINE, LECTURA, MUSICA
My son and I decided to visit Machu Picchu and the Sacred Valley. When we travel to a location, in addition to experiencing the major sites, we like to understand and connect with the local culture. Ronny planned an incredible day for us. Ronny was exactly on time when he picked us up from our Cusco hotel. He's got a great welcoming personality and we connected immediately. It was raining that morning, so Ronny changed the order of our tour and we started with the Pisac market and community. As we walked through the market, Ronny explained the various items and how they were made. He also pointed out the huge number of vegetables and fruits. He told us how people lived in the surrounding communities and tied that back to Inka and pre-Inka times. Being a local himself, he is very knowledgeable and a fascinating person. The rain subsided after our market visit and lunch at a restaurant where we tried some local dishes. We continued to hike the Pisac ruins and Saksaywaman - both amazing well-preserved Inka sites. In between, Ronny took us to a llama farm to help us better understand the local animals and how they are an integral part of daily life in the Andes. Our day with Ronny was truly amazing. The time flew by. Ronny is a very caring and passionate guide who is very proud to share the history and culture of the Sacred Valley. I highly recommend him!
Experience: 29 years
Minimum duration of the contract : 3 hours
Can provide transport
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