Originally from Venezuela and after visiting many countries on different continents, I settled down in Buenos Aires and feel happy to be able to call Argentina my second home. Right after finishing my degree, I had my first travel overseas and since then, I put my linguistics career aside and started in the travel industry.
I feel truly blessed to work on something I really enjoy like planning trips to explore new places and cultures as I did for myself some years ago. If you are ever coming to Argentina, I'll be happy to help you explore this beautiful country that I'm in love with!
What places and activities do you specialize in?
"Anything to do in Argentina, particularly Patagonia. Also, in multi-day trips in Argentina and neighboring countries where I can recommend activities and places to visit according to your travel profile. "
How did you get involved in travel?
"I've always loved traveling and get to know new places and immerse myself in the locals' culture and lifestyle. I started going all over Venezuela, my home country, traveled around South America and North America, lived in Italy and now in Argentina."
Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.
"I will never forget my first family trip to the Venezuelan Andes. As I am from a city on the coast, being in the mountains was such a difference not only for the beautiful mountains and rivers that you do not have on the coast but the beautiful people you find on the way. This trip was an awakening of my curiosity for exploring new places and got the travel bug forever!"
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This 10-day itinerary combines the best outdoor excursions in Argentina. First, you'll explore the concrete jungle of Buenos Aires and venture to the countryside for a traditional BBQ at a working ranch. Then you'll travel south for nature excursions in Patagonia before flying north where you'll straddle the border between Argentina and Brazil as you explore the largest waterfall in the Americas, Iguazú Falls.
This eight-day itinerary covers three highlight regions of Argentina. Kicking off in Buenos Aires, you'll venture south to Bariloche for kayaking and hiking around Lake Nahuel Huapi. Next, you'll visit the wine capital of the country—the eastern region of Mendoza—for tastings and tours. The adventure culminates with a trip to the far north and a visit to Iguazú Falls, the second largest falls in the world.
In eight days you can criss-cross Argentina, visiting its metropolitan capital, the wine region of Mendoza, and the northern border with Paraguaya and Brazil. In Buenos Aires, you'll enjoy city tours and a live tango show before jetting to Mendoza to sample the region's famous Malbec wine. Finally, you'll end up in the far north, where a tour of one of the world's great natural wonders—Iguazú Falls—awaits.
Leave the tour bus crowds behind and enjoy an adventure through Patagonia. On this journey, you'll do it all, from swimming with sea lions in Puerto Madryn to following in the footsteps of Charles Darwin as you travel down the Beagle Channel. After exploring Tierra del Fuego, you'll return to the north and El Calafate, where you'll get up close with Perito Moreno, a glacier with a surface area of nearly 100 square miles.
With ten days to spend in Argentina, you have enough time to visit several destinations. Combine Buenos Aires with the wine region of Mendoza, the wildlife paradise of Patagonia, the colorful landscapes of the northwest, or the famous Iguazú waterfalls, or focus your time on a single region or activity, like trekking around Salta or hiking in Patagonia. Find out how with these six unique itineraries.
If you have a week to spend in Argentina, it makes sense to visit more than one destination. On these seven unique itineraries, you'll start in cosmopolitan Buenos Aires, then venture to the trekking and skiing hub around Bariloche, the wildlife paradise of Puerto Madryn, and the colorful landscapes of Argentina's northwest—between the city and the great outdoors, you'll get the best of both worlds.