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Sebastian believes in a world with no borders, no boundaries and definitely no limits.
He does not see travel as mere entertainment or a routine vacation. Travel for him is a complete learning experience and a way of life, a philosophy he is keen to share with his clients.
Sebastian’s background in International Affairs sparked his curiosity about how other people live and see and experience the world. After successfully relaunching the acclaimed Hotel Esencia in Tulum he decided that he wanted to turn his love for travel into a career assisting other like minded travelers. You will find him meandering the markets of Mexico City, attending a spiritual retreat in the middle of Baikal lake in Siberia or dancing the night away at the Raya club in Panarea.
Raised in Colombia and educated in Bogota, Paris and Bordeaux, he now calls Tulum, NYC, and Watch Hill home.
I did this trip to Russia a couple of years with two friends that was planned after one of them posted on Facebook she was going to Siberia. I packed my bags and two days later was flying to St. Petersburg. We visited this incredible city during the White Nights and caught some Olympic fever in Moscow. When we finally got to Siberia I realized I had signed for a whole week of yoga and spiritual healing on the shores on Baikal lake without knowing. Most of the times the most nurturing experiences in life are a concoction of spontaneity and curiosity.
Even though I learned to ski pretty late it has become a wintertime tradition and Courchevel my favorite destination. Of course the ski si amazing since it’s part of the biggest ski domain in the world but what really makes this place so special is the people who visit and work there, specially Les Airelles. This charming palace is the essence of luxury and five star service. The rooms are cozy and comfortable, the restaurants serve the best terroir cuisine and the spa is the unique in Europe. However, the best feature are the ski butlers who would basically ski for you if they could.
Make sure you let your bank know you will be traveling abroad. Drink tons of water on the plane and don’t forget to tip the Concierge.