My name is Adi, I was born in Israel and I came young to Brazil. At the age of 18, I returned to Israel and had an incredible experience participating at the Israel Kibbutz exchange program. For 1 year, I stayed in kibbutz program learning several principles on education and working in agricultural farming communities. 

I have always loved dealing with people and having contact with nature. I graduated as a biologist and took in 2007 the tourism guide course to become a tour guide . Since then, I have been working as a tour guide which is the profession that I have fallen in love with. 

  • My favorite places in São Paulo is Batman's Alley, not only for its colorful murals and street art, but also for the amount of small art galleries and art studios that are located there. 
  • One of the nicest tour I love to take tourists is the “coffee farm tour”, which is where we can learn about the whole coffee cycle production from its early stages onwards, and yet, about the importance of the coffee for the Brazilian socio-economic development.
  • I am also expert on delivering historical tours in the the city of São Paulo, other than taking tourists to visit the Indigenous Guarani tribes in the outskirts of the city of São Paulo. 
  • Outside my job I love staying with my children, walking with my puppy and reading in my spare time.
  • So, if you need a well-rounded guide with expertise of having being conducted hundreds of tourists and a profound love of Brazil and São Paulo, count on me anytime.

Professional License

Other Info

  • Age: 45 years old
  • Nationality: Brazilian 

  • City of Residence: São Paulo
  • Native Language: Portuguese

  • Spoken languages:  English / Spanish / Hebrew

  • Tour Guide Experience: 11 years
  • Guiding Locations: São Paulo, Santos, Embu das Arts, Santos, Coffee Farm, Indigenous tour
  • Specialities: History, Culture & Nature