Adam first went to the Peruvian amazon when he was 20 years old. He instantly fell in love with the large tracks of untouched rain forests and ancient cultures that live off the land. He organized his first trip down to the land with his friends from America in 2002. He has since started the non-profit Ni Bero which focuses on seed saving, permaculture, reforestation and attuning to the consciousness of the jungle.
Adam also teaches permaculture design and herbalist courses at Tierravida Benxote and the Guardian Farm and leads family trips for children and adults. His fluent Spanish makes him a wonderful translator!
Adam is a Jungle Guide and also a registred Maine Guide. The process of obtaining a License as a Maine Guide is the most difficult in the United States. He has also worked on many organic farms and has fun incorporating all his experience into the versatile Amazon jungle basin.
Adam studied at SOLO to earn his certifications as a Wilderness First Responder (WFR) and a Wilderness Emergency Medical Technician (WEMT). SOLO is the oldest continually operating school of wilderness medicine in the world.
He attended Tom Brown’s Apache inspired Nature and Wilderness Survival School.