I started to work in the travel industry while I was doing my career at University. I learned a lot about our local heritage and culture and the importance of tourism for local communities. I did my first steps in big companies and then I moved to Patagonia for an internship where I realized that I loved helping people from all over the world to discover our country.
After 15 years of experience, I still love sharing my knowledge about our culture, traditions, history, nature and the different ways people can discover my beloved country, that is why I founded Designer Trips almost 10 years ago.
I think the key to anything you do is passion and the engine to make people happy when they are traveling.
What places and activities do you specialize in?
"I can help people with pretty much everything in Argentina but what I love the most are the travel adventures and lifetime experiences. I´m also a big fan of wine and food."
Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.
"I have a lot of experiences, I remember the first time I walked on the Perito Moreno Glacier, I couldn´t believe how small I felt in such an immensity area! Or my first visit to the Iguazu Falls where I felt the strength of nature, I couldn´t believe how much water passed through those falls. The noise was incredible!
The past months I visited the Lake District and after a private navigation in a yacht through the Nahuel Huapi Lake, I arrived to an Island where a chef was cooking a very special meal for us and the table was set with wine in an amazing spot, The best meal ever with the most stunning views in the middle of nowhere.
I have many many memories of all the trips I´ve done in the last years and I´m ready to share those experiences with people that are looking for some advice to visit Argentina."
Featured trips & expertise
With 10 to 14 days in Argentina, you can spend time getting to know two main regions plus Buenos Aires, one of the world's great cities. Hear the mammoth Iguazú Falls roar in the north, or visit the western city of Mendoza—ground zero for wine lovers. Those with more time should consider spending much of it in the wilds of Patagonia, and those with less than a week should stick to the capital and surrounds.
This 10-day trip highlights one of the least explored—yet most rewarding—areas of Argentina. After touring Buenos Aires with a local, you’ll head north to visit hundreds of waterfalls along the Brazilian border, explore a colonial city known for architecture, and take day-trips to gorges, salt flats, and wineries at the foot of the Andes.
Rugged and romantic, Patagonia encompasses the southern cone of South America, including parts of both Argentina and Chile—and each side has unique advantages for travelers. Want to get as far off the beaten path as possible? Head to Chile. Deadset on visiting Tierra del Fuego and have limited vacation days? Argentina is right for you. Read on for highlights and things to consider when deciding where to go in Patagonia—you might just decide to see it all.
This 16-day itinerary combines cultural and historical highlights of Argentina, Chile, and Peru, from city life and wine tastings to the Incan Empire and natural scapes. Walk the bustling streets of Buenos Aires and taste Malbec in the wineries of Mendoza. Tour Santiago de Chile and gaze upon the snow-capped Andes. Immerse yourself in the Cusco region and discover the ancient ruins of Machu Picchu.
Experience the sophistication of Buenos Aires, the mesmerizing force of the Iguazu Falls and the spectacular glaciers of El Calafate in a single trip. This 12-day itinerary travels to Argentina's historic capital and then across Patagonia, seamlessly blending urban bustle, outdoor adventure, and small-town charm.