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Miguel Walker



  • Mexico,
  • Portugal,
  • Digital Nomad Travel,
  • Group Travel
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Advisor - Miguel Walker


Ice cream and travel-obsessed, adventure and wellness junkie. Always on a whirlwind tour, hunting down the best places to eat, dance and work in style.

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Home airports

Muhammad Ali – Louisville international Airport.

My travel style

My travel story began as a kid on a luxury Disney cruise with my family through the Caribbean. Then, later as a student, I upgraded to studying abroad in the beautiful wilds of South America. Fast forward to luxury packages in Europe as a young professional, I began to enjoy sightseeing opera houses, ballet, museums and wineries. Riding waves in the Yucatan and ice skating through the Christmas markets in Berlin taught me a lot about never settling for less. I've learned the value of both traveling for work, adventure and independence as a digital nomad, while also helping others enjoy the luxury and beauty of traveling domestically or abroad. I'm your one-stop shop when it comes to living the golden life overseas or trekking off-the-beaten-path to discover the elusive and unseen.

Favorite hotels

Recently returned from:

  • Ice skating and museum gala crashing in Berlin. 

  • Gastronomy touring through the Romanian countryside. 

  • Hopping around ice cream parlors in Lisbon. 

  • Street protesting and thrift shopping in France.

Dreaming of:

  • Chasing spicy meals and street food vendors from China to Cambodia. 

  • Zen out and daydream in the Ryoan-ji Temple in Kyoto, Japan. 

  • Relax and spa out in the Maldives. 

  • Surf the water of the Golden Coast in Australia.

One thing I can't travel without...

A sense of adventure. Anything can happen. You've got to be level-headed and learn to roll with the punches. That and my cell phone.

Two truths, one lie:

  1. I was given a free city tour around downtown Berlin at night by a government official who thought I was an English dignitary. 

  2. I slipped, hit my head and fell during a cenote tour and was hanging upside down from the suspension cord head underwater for over a minute in a Mayan cave ruin in Mexico. 

  3. I studied Guarani, a native Paraguayan language, with the other kindergarteners when I was studying abroad.

Advisor - Miguel Walker

Travel Advisor

Miguel Walker

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