Guillermo Knell

We are lucky enough to have met each other in the field, either guiding tourists or working on investigation projects at remote and isolated places in our country. There we were able to develop what we are most passionate about and every day we realized that in order to achieve our goals we had to value and respect these places. It was there that we discovered that to be able to live under those conditions we had to bring out the best in each of us and complement each other with the best in others. Like leaf cutter ants, each one has their own job and fulfils it completely, for proper benefit and the benefit of the entire colony.

After many years together, each of us followed their own path to obtain more knowledge and experiences. Today we meet again and find friends like us, who enjoy what they do every day and, most importantly, do it with passion in each and every corner of our country. Our collaborators are the complement that allows ensuring that in the coast, mountains and jungle, ocean, rivers, land and air, Ecologistica Peru is the young, solid and reliable company that you, our friends and clients, have been waiting for. Welcome to Ecologistica Peru!

    Guillermo Knell

Biology graduate at Universidad Ricardo Palma. In the year 2000 he took the master course in Ecotourism at Universidad Nacional Agraria La Molina. He has more than 10 years of experience working on nature tourism, as a naturalist interpreter and on field logistics topics for filming and photography enterprises (BBC, Galatee Films, Von Matthey Films, Cicada Films, etc.)

He has participated in ecotourism and conservation projects with native communities at the Peruvian jungle. He also works eventually as a naturalist guide with international enterprises (Abercrombie & Kent, and GAP Adventures), which have allowed him to travel to remote places like Antarctica and the Arctic, and to navigate along the Amazonas River and the West Coast of South America.


For two years (2003 to 2005) he worked as a field director of the international programs at the Field Museum of Chicago, at the Environment and Conservation Department, participating in the coordination and logistic for six biological inventories in the Peruvian jungle and two in the Sierra Maestra in Cuba.

Currently, he works as a freelance consultant on environmental interpretation topics, rural tourism development and field logistics.





Contact Phones:
Guillermo (51) 979 771 365
Alicia +(51) 997 920 639
Aldo +(51) 999 950 469