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Arctic World director in Venezuela

Curriculum and experience

- He has made trips in more than 60 countries around the world, with many summits climbed as some these:

- Fuji Mountain in Japan.

- Kilimanjaro (5,960 metres) in Africa.

- Chimborazo (6,310 metres) in Ecuador.

- Kalapatar (6,000 metres) in Nepal.

- Among others he has made the following explorations:

- Pagan ruins in old Burma.

- Pascua island.

- Orinoco headwaters, an Amazona's tributary river.

- His most important achievement is to have become the first Venezuelan to reach the Geographic North Pole (year 2002). This expedition was made on skis from Siberian side of the Arctic Ocean.

- In 2004 he was member of the Spanish-Venezuelan expedition Thule 2004, a route of 300 kilometres of dogsledding with Inuit hunters to Siorapaluk, the northernmost village in the world located in Greenland.

- He has also been in the north of Siberia with the Nenets, an indigenous reindeer herders in the middle of Siberian tundra.