Alejandro González’s deep passion for nature, combined with years of participation in scientific expeditions with the Sociedad de Ciencias Naturales La Salle, led him to discover his vocation. For the last 10 years he has focused on adventure tourism in Venezuela, particularly in one of the most unique natural environments on earth—the “lost world of the tepuis.” An accomplished mountain biker and trekker, Alejandro is also a pioneer in rappelling Angel Falls, the longest waterfall in the world, which descends from one of the tepuis. When not guiding, Alejandro’s interests include photography, international cuisine, and supporting a foundation that raises awareness for the fight against poverty through the implementation of programs for indigenous entrepreneurs in the tourism sector.
Alejandro is a good and caring leader who goes the extra mile to make the trip enjoyable for all. I appreciated his hard work and concern.Henry F., Mililani, HI
A fantastic tour guide! One of the top 3 that I have ever seen. So knowledgeable, so environment-friendly, and has a well rounded experience of the surrounding. He's the best.Sandip R., Mobile, AL
Alejandro is a superb guide and leader. He is very professional, very concerned with his guests, and is extremely knowledgeable about everywhere we went on the trip.Mark J., Paradise Valley, AZ