Let us entertain you!

This is the story of Woyago – from 2014 to today.

It all started in Paris

The Adventure Begins

It all started in Paris.
Of course!

We spent every day showing people around our incredible city—from bike rides to market visits, nights out and full day tours—we gave them authentic Parisian experiences they couldn’t get by themselves.

It was all about living it up and having a fantastic time.

But we were (rudely) interrupted

And then the world changed.

The pandemic stopped world travel, but we were surprised to find our guests did not give up so quickly!

They were waiting for us, ready for fun and adventure—from behind their screens.

We adapted our tours to include interactive activities, more fun, and more humor, to help them relax and bond with each other while still being as close as possible to Paris.

The demand for fun virual events grew

Word quickly spread.

Our private guests enjoyed themselves so much, they started booking Woyago for their corporate and remote teams.

Whether to show appreciation for their hard work, to help new hires bond with each other, or to just give them an hour of pure relaxation, the demand for Woyagos skyrocketed!

Word quickly spread
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Fun and laughter for everyone.
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And they loved it so much they wanted more

Fun and laughter for everyone.

Paris was and still is our most popular virtual destination. But people wanted more!

So we teamed up with professional hosts in popular destinations around the world: Italy, Spain, and India. (With more coming soon!)

And our team – now 4x the size! – began hosting virtual experiences live from their cities scattered around the world.

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The results were more than we ever expected.

What is our mission?

To strengthen remote teams through fun, virtual travel experiences.

Authenticity is everything

We are passionate about being real and expressive in sharing our cities and sharing ourselves, and our openness spills over, getting everyone involved and sharing parts of themselves too.

People over payout

Woyago was never only about making money – it was about having fun while making money. And that continues to be our number one goal.

Don’t force it

We don’t try to do "team building"– it happens. When everyone is relaxed and having a great time, they start to unwind, to engage with the experience, to smile more, to laugh at each other, and laugh with each other.

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Our Team

Friendly faces from different places

Meet the founders – and the team behind Woyago.

Plan your Trip in Paris Antonio

Anto Montani

Co-founder of Woyago

Who am I?
Hi, my name’s Anto. Born in Venezuela. Was a teacher, telecom engineer, university professor, sales engineer, but not necessarily in that order. Moved to Paris to learn French for my masters and fell in love with the city.

What am I?
I’m the guy who quit his job as a Project Manager at Orange because it was boring(!) and instead started to bike and drink and eat for a living in Paris. You can recognize me by my mismatched socks.

What am I doing here?
Running Woyago and making people laugh, every day. Otherwise I’m reading about AI, futurology, crypto, post-scarcity, and effective altruism.

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Peter Topercer

Co-founder of Woyago

Who am I?
Hello, I’m Peter! Born in Slovakia, wife’s from Taiwan, we met each other in Sydney. Now we live in France. Did I mention that I love traveling?

What am I?
I’m that guy shouting from the stage at your high school reunion. The person who man-powered events for Volkswagen, Samsung, and other big boys, but found it too stressful, and went on to make people laugh.

What am I doing here?
Settling down with my wife. Combining my love for travel and events into a company called Woyago, where I get to hang out every day with awesome teams.

Hosts

Meet your hosts

We call them “Woyagers” but you can call them by their first names 🙂

Tais

Host in Paris

Diego

Host of French cooking class

Herbert

Host in Paris

Aditi

Host in India

Marco

Host in Barcelona

Lulu

Host in Paris

Jean

Host in Paris

Mathieu

Host in Paris

Sal

Host in Paris

Keshav

Host in India

We can’t wait to connect with your team – and help your team connect with each other

To book your Woyago, fill out your details in the form and we’ll send you a link to book a call with one of our staff (you can ask them anything – they’re the friendly type).

Tais

Host in Paris

Before becoming a Woyager I was…
studying Architecture and Museology.

My favorite thing to do is…
music, dancing, and roller-dancing. Also cooking for my family and friends.

My favorite food is…
Argentinian asado and coke (not always together).

One thing most people don’t know about me is…
I dream of being a DJ and am starting classes to mix my own music.

Diego

Host of French cooking class

Before becoming a Woyager I was…
a Rottweiler breeder and Barca fan (OK I am still those things).

My favorite thing to do is…
watch soccer ’cause I’m too old to play it anymore 😜

My favorite food is…
meat and potatoes in any shape or form.

One thing most people don’t know about me is…
my favorite movie is Point Break (the old version).

Herbert

Host in Paris

Before becoming a Woyager
I was…
a station traffic controller.

My favorite thing to do is… Travel! Of course.

My favorite food is…
limonada de coco.

One thing most people don’t know about me is…
I come from a family of British fishermen but I throw up every time I get on a boat

Aditi

Host in India

Before becoming a Woyager
I was…
a news producer and radio DJ.

My favorite thing to do is…
read books and listen to music with my dogs.

My favorite food is…
pizza and paranthas (Indian stuffed bread).

One thing most people don’t know about me is…
Harry Styles once called me and I missed the call!

Marco

Host in Barcelona

Before becoming a Woyager
I was…
a tour guide in Barcelona and Tokyo. It’s what I love to do!

My favorite thing to do is…
entertain people and play guitar.

My favorite food is…
too hard to choose!

One thing most people don’t know about me is…
I know how to say “You are beautiful” in many different languages.

Lulu

Host in Paris

Before becoming a Woyager I was…
a certified travel guide. It must be in my blood!

My favorite thing to do is…
traveling with my backpack and discovering new things about the world.

My favorite food is…
wine and cheese. I need them close to me at all times.

One thing most people don’t know about me is…
I love buying books (even though I hate reading) 🤔

Jean

Host in Paris

Before becoming a Woyager I was…
a lobbyist in Brussels.

My favorite thing to do is…
showing our guests insights into true Parisian art de vivre (the art of living).

My favorite food is…
French espresso. It’s a delicacy, no?

One thing most people don’t know about me is…
drinking espresso by the Canal Saint-Martin (I told you I love it), or grocery shopping at the local market.

Mathieu

Host in Paris

Before becoming a Woyager I was…
a History and Geography teacher, as well as a city guide.

My favorite thing to do is…
to give and receive massages (who doesn’t like massages?)

My favorite food is…
olives in all forms and Kir Royal to drink.

One thing most people don’t know about me is…
the subway is my favorite place to study.

Sal

Host in Paris

Before becoming a Woyager I was…
an underwater photographer.

My favorite thing to do is…
learn History, go diving, and photography (you didn’t say I had to choose just one).

My favorite food is… southwest French food and Burgundies wines (I only like 1 though, Chateau Cheval Blanc).

One thing most people don’t know about me is…
I love cheese (even though I’m lactose intolerant 😬)

Keshav

Content strategy partner

Before becoming a Woyager I was…
an accountant and consultant to travel companies.

My favorite thing to do is…
discovering street art around the world. Or doing yoga & meditation.

My favorite food is…
anything from my mother’s kitchen!

One thing most people don’t know about me is…
I quit my accounting job over a skydive in Dubai.

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