Hi! My name is Laura, and I am part of the Say Hueque team. I graduated with a degree in Tourism in 2005 and have been working in the Tourism industry since then. I am an avid traveler and enjoy every aspect of it: The planning, the landing, the discovering, going through the pictures at the end. Everything!
I absolutely love my country, Argentina, and I feel like an ambassador when it comes to designing trips that allow you to get to know its wonders: From the warm landscapes and culture of the Northwest to the magnificent Iguazu Falls; from the vineyards in Mendoza to the breathtaking hikes in Patagonia; not to mention the cosmopolitan vibe of Buenos Aires.
What places and activities do you specialize in?
"I have visited many destinations in Argentina, the south of Chile, Brazil, and Uruguay and I personally like cultural and gastronomic activities. There are some excursions considered a "must have" in every destination, but I will always try to mix it up with something a little "off the beaten track" whenever possible. Active travel is one of the specialties as well. "
How did you get involved in travel?
"I got involved in travel really young. When I finished high school, I started studying tourism because I loved geography and languages (and I wanted to travel of course!) Once I finished university, I began working in travel companies in different areas of tourism (incoming travel, groups, and events, corporative). But I have to say incoming is my favorite. "
Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.
"A travel experience I will never forget is sailing the Beagle Channel from Ushuaia to Argentina on Cruceros Australis. Especially the excursions on zodiac boats getting near the glaciers. What an amazing feeling! "
Featured trips & expertise
This 11-day trip combines urban culture, outdoor excursions, and vineyard relaxation for a real Argentinian adventure. After exploring Buenos Aires, fly to Mendoza (world-famous for Malbecs) for wine tastings, before heading to El Calafate—the jumping-off point for Los Glaciares National Park—and trek along a massive glacier that is actually advancing.
August is the last full month of winter and the end of Argentina's ski season with lower prices than July. Those who want to skip the snow-sports should stay north of Patagonia and head to Buenos Aires and the dry north for great alternatives. Read this monthly guide to learn more.
Crossing the border between Argentina and Chile is a memorable journey in itself. There are three main crossing points, each with distinct scenery—and modes of transportation. After sipping wine in Mendoza, bus over the snow-capped Andes to Santiago. Cruise in a catamaran across glacial lakes from Bariloche. Or, cross the dramatic Atacama Desert, passing through a center of Argentine indigenous culture. Learn more about all three options below.
On this itinerary, you'll get to experience the two most beautiful regions of Chile: the northern Atacama Desert and southern Patagonia. Your adventure begins in the capital city of Santiago, where you'll glean insight into the culture on a city tour. Then it's off to the north and the otherworldly desert landscapes of Atacama. You'll visit geysers, lunar valleys, and even do some high-altitude stargazing. Finally, you'll head to Chile's unspoiled Patagonia region, where you'll visit one of the most unique sites on the continent: the marble caves of Lago General Carrera.
Enjoy your first romantic retreat as a newly married couple on this unforgettable trip to Chile. This 10-day itinerary combines city life, nature hikes, and wine tasting — the perfect mix for a fantastic and unique honeymoon. Lose yourselves in the cosmopolitan city of Santiago, explore the stunning landscape of southern Patagonia, and hike in the amazing Torres del Paine National Park. Along the way, you'll drink wine at a charming vineyard and go horseback riding in the Rosario Valley.
A magnet for nature lovers, Chile has a little of everything, from ice-capped volcanoes to lush rain forests. The diversity of its landscapes and vast size offer limitless adventures: trekking past glaciers and soaring Patagonian peaks, watching sunsets over otherworldly desert valleys, and basking in mountain hot springs or on a white-sand beach after long days of exploring. The following is a list of the country’s top 10 regions to visit when traveling one of the world’s longest countries.