My name is Daiana, and I am part of the Say Hueque team. I have worked in the tourism industry for the past 7 years. After getting my degree in tourism, I started travelling to different countries all over the world. After two years abroad, I came back to Argentina, my home, with one goal: to help people who come to visit my country to appreciate its beauty and diversity of nature, culture and traditions.
I am looking forward to helping you design your trip.
What places and activities do you specialize in?
"I specialize in providing customized tours to independent travelers throughout Argentina and Chile´s national parks and cities. Popular destinations and experiences include Buenos Aires, Iguazu Falls, Perito Moreno Glacier, hiking in Patagonia, wine tasting in Mendoza, horseback riding at traditional estancias, glacier cruises and much more."
How did you get involved in travel?
"To be honest, at the beginning I had no idea what it was about. I started to study at the university and when I had my first work experience, I realized that working in tourism requires a key attribute: vocation of service. It requires a lot of work to understand and interpret what type of travel a person dreams of in order to make it a reality. Maybe a person has spent days, weeks, or months imagining themselves standing there in front of the Iguazu Falls or the Perito Moreno Glacier, doing rafting in Mendoza, or learning about the culture of the northern Argentine people. Being able to fulfill that desire and having people come back happy from each trip is what inspires me to do this work."
Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.
"I made many trips and each of them had something special, but I think one of the most memorable trips was my trip to New Zealand, where I lived for almost two years. There, I not only travel but work, and it was important because it meant a very important growth both personally and professionally. I work in many places, some related to tourism and others not, I met many beautiful places and people that I will never forget. It was my first trip alone, in which I really understood that you are actually never alone, and there is always a good opportunity to make friends!"
Featured trips & expertise
This exciting 15-day itinerary highlights Argentina's top attractions combining urban culture, outdoor activities, and vineyard relaxation. After exploring Buenos Aires with a local guide, you'll fly to Patagonia for glacier trekking and unique excursions in the southernmost city in the world. Finish in high-altitude Mendoza—world-famous for Malbecs—to partake in wine tastings and kayaking in the surrounding Andes.
Travel from Buenos Aires to Iguazú Falls with this itinerary filled with Argentina's natural wonders. Start in the cosmopolitan capital with dinner and dancing before traveling south to Patagonia. You'll explore glaciers, hike with views of Mt. Fitz Roy, and finish in the far north—at the Brazilian border—to explore hundreds of waterfalls for a real taste of adventure.
This exciting 13-day itinerary highlights some of Argentina's most impressive natural wonders. Kicking off in Buenos Aires, you'll venture to Patagonia where you’ll get close to massive glaciers and partake in a range of outdoor activities in the southernmost city in the world. Finish in the far north—at the Brazilian border—to explore hundreds of waterfalls in both countries for a real taste of adventure.
This 12-day tour of Argentina includes some of the country's most spectacular scenery for an unforgettable adventure. After exploring Buenos Aires, you'll fly to Mendoza for Malbec vineyards and high-altitude Andean peaks. Then, head to Patagonia's Los Glaciares National Park for access to the Perito Moreno Glacier before finishing in Ushuaia—the southernmost city in the world.
This 13-day tour of Argentina's far south covers the classics. Starting in Buenos Aires, you'll fly to Patagonia for a range of outdoor activities and wildlife. On the itinerary are two national parks: Tierra del Fuego (rivers and ancient settlements) and Los Glaciares (glaciers and iconic mountains). There's also whale watching and a visit to South America´s largest Magellanic Penguin colony for the ultimate photo ops.
Argentina, particularly the Patagonia region, offers some of the continent’s best hiking opportunities and this 10-day trip hits the top three spots. Starting in Buenos Aires, you'll head to El Calafate for ice trekking on an advancing glacier. Next is El Chaltén, Argentina's ground zero for iconic peaks like Mt. Fitz Roy. Finish in Bariloche—a Swiss-rooted hub in the Lake District offering a plethora of trails and chocolate shops.
Recent trip reviews for Daiana
Trip to chile, Chile - Mar 20 - Mar 29, 2019
Chile 2019 - thank you to Daiana and all the drivers and tour guides who made this a trip of a lifetime. Hotel Ismael is Santiago is perfect. Matetic Winery is a must see. Atacama desert experience was beyond expectations. Judy
Chile, Chile - Mar 23 - Apr 13, 2019
I liked that kimkim provides suggested itineraries. It helped me to decide what to do on my trip. It resulted in my choosing to start in Buenos Aires, going to Ushuaia and finishing up in Chile. This was my first time using kimkim, so I was unsure of the quality of the service I would be receiving but I was happy with how things turned out.
My reason for giving only four stars is that there was quite often a lag in communication. I would request something or ask a question, and... read more
Trip to chile, Chile - Jan 30 - Feb 2, 2019
Thanks to Kimkim our W trek was amazing. Diana was fantastic in all sense. She responded promptly and made changes to our itinerary as required.
Only one suggestion, which is for fantastic sur, on day we could have stayed in Frances, day 3 Paine Grande which would have made things a bit better in terms of covering more.
We will definitely come back to Kimkim for our next Chilean and Argentina adventure
Pre and Elisabeth
Desert, Chile - Nov 24 - Nov 26, 2018
This was a complete mess.
We were given no details regarding the tours beforehand. Only what time they began.
The paperwork said someone would be in touch to confirm our pickup time, etc. We didn't hear from anyone. I had to make an international call at midnight the night before to find out when we should be ready. When I inquired about a drop-off time, she couldn't tell me.
Then, we hated our guide (about 99% sure she was hungover). She threw up the entire first half of the tour, told... read more