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Ana loves how nature and society can work together. This passion turned her into studying Geography, mixing both the study of our environment and how they both affect society. By being a guide, not only she can keep learning about this, but also, allows her to teach, young and adults, how we can make a use of it without destroying or damaging our biodiversity. After her mastership in management of protected areas and regional development, this mantra became more and more strong. Ana firmly believes that if people understand how their actions can affect others, by visiting some of these places on the first hand and getting to know the people who could get directly affected, they can change their minds and then make a difference in our world.
Working for CE allows her not only to show the great biodiversity in her country, but also gives her the opportunity to involve the community around it.
She also speaks French since she was a little girl, and in her free time, she likes to swim, read as many books as she can and, especially, spend time with her family.
Taos Sample Itinerary
ANCIENT WONDERS & NATIVE AMERICAN CULTURES This Expedition Includes: Native groups and History of the United States UNESCO Heritage Sites Hiking Rafting Hot Springs Horseback Riding Sustainability in Action Geologic Processes Ecosystem Studies Community...
Sample Itinerary: Spain
CULTURAL IMMERSION & NATURAL WONDERS This Expedition Includes: Hiking Spanish Classes Flamenco Dancing Biology Workshop Beach Time Nature Walks Homestays Intercultural Exchange with Families Historic Sites & Cities * The following is a sample...
Sample Itinerary: Sonoran Desert
ECOLOGY AND CULTURE OF THE SOUTHWEST DESERT The Expedition includes: Nature Walks Astronomy Observatory Visit Bird Watching International Biosphere Reserve Visit Museum Visits Politics in context Hiking Camping Canoe Tour Community Service &...
WHY CHILL EXPEDITIONS?
Learn about what sets us apart from other expedition companies.