Owner and Manager. Sagra García is originally from Mallorca, Spain. She studied both in The Netherlands and in Spain, where she graduated from Complutense University with a Master’s Degree in Labour Law. She then went back to University, in Alicante and Elche (Spain), where she graduated as a school teacher and got another Degree in Anthropology.
After her studies in The Netherlands (Utrecht) in 1992, she started to travel around the world working as a sports teacher in different international summer camps – like Village Camp (Austria and Switzerland) and Summer Camp Montana (Crans Montana/Switzerland) – as a ski/snowboard instructor, multi-activity sports teacher, head counsellor, mountain guide, etc., for 13 years.
When she was not working in the summer/winter camps, she was leading tours around Europe and North Africa for a company called EF Educational Tours with American students. After a few years as a tour guide, she decided to move on to more adventurous tours and in 1999 she started to work for CustomWalks and REI in Italy, leading biking and Vespa tours in Tuscany and trekking tours on Lake Como and in the Cinque Terre region, but also in Spain (hiking in Andalusia and biking in Mallorca). In addition to leading tours for Custom Walks, she has also been a tour leader for The Wayfarers since 2002 (trekking tours in Spain and Portugal).
In the meantime she has been creating her own company (since 2016), together with her daughter Carla for a very good reason: she likes travelling with her daughter and her friends and exploring the world with a child’s innocent and curious eyes. Sagra has a playful sense of humour and is a delight to travel with. Sharing adventures with her daughter Carla and making new friends on each trip makes the world a very special place to be and they both help fellow travellers make all their dreams possible.
Our philosophy about traveling is very simple: we like travelling in small groups that have the same interests, i.e. joy for life, sharing good times and creating great memories for our hearts. Of course good accommodation, great food and surprisingly fun situations are always around us, as we bring with us the most positive talismans: our children and their parents that come alone.