Zahel Quezada Lima
  • 2005

    Degree in  Atacama Cultural Patrimony, Andean School of the Archeological Museum of  G. Le Paige, San Pedro, Atacama

  • 2000

    International Course in First Aid and Rescue in extreme areas

  • 1994

    Founding  member of CATA Chile, Association of Agencies of Adventure Tourism

  • 1992 / 93

    Seminars given at The International Tourism Fair ITB Berlin, Germany

    • Management and planning of  New Tourist products.
    • Strengths and weaknesses of Eco- tourism.
  • 1992 / 93 / 94

    Participates and exhibits in The International Tourism Fair I.T.B. Berlin, Germany

  • 1989

    Creates Nativa one of the first  travel agencies in San Pedro de Atacama.

  • 1984 / 88

    Resides in Sau Paulo , Brazil

  • 1980 / 84

    Resides in Paris , France

  • 1976

    Graduated as Public Accountant / INSUCO 1 Santiago

  • 1974/ 77

    Courses in Hiking in the mountains,  mountain ,rock climbing given by the National Mountain School- Chile

Atacama Crossings

Since Nativa was created  it has been managing activities directing and Coordinating Trips looking to innovate in tourism service .

More than one thousand expeditions in the high planes in the last 20 years.

Pioneers in tourist routes in San Pedro de Atacama. 

Pioneers in Tourist routes between San Pedro de Atacama (Chile) and Uyni (Bolivia)

  • 2008

    European television channel, ARTE ” New Paradise “

  • 2004

    First Expedition with Spanish Team crossing La ruta de la Turquesa on mountain bike from San Pedro de Atacama to Laguna Verde , Copiapo.

  • 2001

    National Geografic, ” Expedition with Kayaks in Atacama” Andean Lakes, Argentina, Chile, Bolivia

  • 1990

    First handicap expedition from France and Switzerland. Covering the Chilean an Bolivian high plains.

Location, logistics and guide to more  than 20 national and international audiovisual productions. Some that stand out:

  • 1997

    National Geographic, Climas Extremos / “ El lugar mas árido del Planeta”.

  • 1994

    BBC “Vida, Flora y Fauna en Los Andes” (Atacama Area)