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Sinuhe Xavier

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Sinuhe Xavier is a Contributing Writer at Galavante, who specializes in luxury boutique hotels, off-the-beaten-path. He is our road trip expert, as a professional director for premier automotive clients including Bentley and Range Rover. He road trips extensively throughout Europe, Asia and South America, in luxury cars, of course.

As a former professional skier, he is also our ski expert. He will chase powder all year round. Sinuhe lived in Los Angeles for over a decade, and recently relocated to Vail, Colorado. His best friend is his young son, Cooper, who has a lot of potential on the ski slopes. Check out our interview with Sinuhe here.

Favorite Destination:

The next place. However, if we are being specific, I’m currently in love with the Azores of Portugal.

Most Exotic Destination Traveled:

The Amazon

Travel Philosophy:

The more you know the less you carry on your back.

Favorite Dish I Make:

I’m a big fan of cast iron seared rib eye with chimichurri.

More About Sinuhe Xavier

If you are looking for Sinuhe Xavier, you may as well spin a globe and put your finger on it. Chances are, you’ll come as close as anyone’s guess. Sinuhe (pronounced sin-way) has taken photos and made commercials all over the globe. His long-range escapades are legendary. His perspective on a landscape informs his lensing choices. You know when you are looking at one of his distinct image sets.
Sinuhe’s Rolodex includes automotive clients such as Bentley, Jeep, Land Rover and Toyota. He also works with Google, and he is regularly tapped by the likes of BBDO, TBWA\Chiat\Day, Saatchi & Saatchi, and R/GA.

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