Miguel Gutiérrez Garitano is a historian, writer and explorer. For the last fifteen years he has been part of and led many expeditions to tropical and dessert areas while carrying out journalistic work in remote areas and conflict zones. His travels have resulted in books – five so far -, and dozens of articles and contributions to radio, press and television. He has been awarded the Premio de Literatura de Viajes Camino del Cid – Europe’s most prestigious travel literature award – in 2011, and a Mikel Essery award in 2012, among others. In 2015 and 2016 he led the Mars Gaming expeditions in Peru, in which the several Incan ruins, like those of a sanctuary in a, like those of Vilcabamba mountain, were discovered.
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Rafael Gutiérrez Garitano is a photojournalist, explorer and war correspondent currently working for El Correo journal. A passionate traveler and renowned photographer, his work has been featured in press and media, as well in book covers. He has earned recognition through photo contests, being awarded the Camino de Hierro and the Spanish National Award in the Sony World Photography Awards, one of the most prestigious and participative competitions worldwide. He co-directed the Mars Gaming expeditions to Peru which resulted in the discovery of an Inca sanctuary in Vilcabamba.