I'm from Córdoba, Argentina and I love traveling. I've been to several countries and really enjoyed getting to know new places and especially amazing people. I'm passionate about travel and I enjoy trying new things - typical food, folk music, sports and adventures - and meeting people.
But most of all, I really love South America. I could write for hours about what my country, Argentina, has to offer to lovers of nature, adventure, authentic experiences, and unforgettable memories. All interwoven with the warmth of the Argentineans themselves, who are gracious and warm-hearted hosts. But I won't. I prefer leaving that to you, as you travel with us, write your journal, upload your photos, live your moments.
What places and activities do you specialize in?
"We are destination specialists with insider knowledge of each country. We specialize in Argentina, Chile, Peru, Brazil, and Uruguay. We offer integration of travel services to provide a complete, consistent experience - particularly useful for multi-country itineraries featuring the main highlights of South America's Southern Cone."
How did you get involved in travel?
"As a matter of fact, it just happened, it wasn't planned. I always knew I like traveling, but I didn't know I was so passionate about it until a friend saw my potential and invited me to be part of his travel company. Since then, my eagerness and passion for the travel world has never stopped growing. "
Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.
"I find it very difficult to choose one travel experience among all the memories that come to my mind. But probably a unique travel experience I will never forget is an experience I had in Ireland. I was traveling along the West Coast with a friend and we decided to follow a bit of local advice to visit a castle. When we arrived at the castle we were amazed and we were wondering about the castle's history. As we were trying to find out about it, an Irish man greeted us and he started telling us stories about the castle and his life. He turned out to be one of the heirs of the castle owners. Not only did he tell us incredible stories, but also invited us to have tea with him and he showed us family photos of the castle throughout history. I'll always cherish this memory in my heart. "
Featured trips & expertise
September brings early spring weather to central Chile, with warm, sunny days in Santiago, as well as great surfing waves in the north. Though it's just the start of shoulder season, the country is full of life during this month for locals. Case in point: loads of festivities for Chile's Independence Day.
Experience three distinct regions in Chile with this 12-day itinerary that combines culture and outdoor adventure. After a taste of Santiago and its nearby wine region, fly north to the Atacama desert known for geysers, moonscapes, and starry skies. You'll then fly south to the Chilean Lake District for volcanoes, waterfalls, and a road trip to Chiloé Island—a burgeoning foodie destination with coastal hiking trails.
If you're looking to explore Chilean culture and experience the rugged landscapes of Patagonia, then this itinerary is right for you. Start your adventure in the capital city of Santiago and explore the city's markets, skyscrapers, and parks. Next, head to the coast to experience the vibrant and colorful cities of Valparaíso and Viña del Mar. Then, venture south to Patagonia for a visit to Torres del Paine National Park - one of the most beautiful protected areas in the world. Here, you'll head out on a 4-day version of the famed "W" circuit trek to take in the stunning beauty of Patagonia on foot.
Explore regions on both ends of Chile's latitudinal spectrum with this 10-day itinerary. After getting a taste of Santiago, fly north to the Atacama desert—an oasis in the driest part in the world known for geysers, moonscapes, and starry skies. Then fly all the way south to Patagonia's Punta Arenas where you'll meet a penguin colony before finishing in Torres del Paine National Park for a range of activities and wildlife viewing.
Whether you're a seasoned sommelier, a burgeoning wine enthusiast, or a regular Jane or Joe with a taste for good reds—Argentina and Chile are calling. When taken together, these two nations represent the Mecca of wine production in South America. On this epic 10-day enology tour you will visit the best wine-producing regions in both countries and tour the vineyards that produce their most famous varietals. And of course, each day there will be copious tastings.
Recent trip reviews for María Noelia
Kimberly Chau (Traveler 3) · Brazil - Sep 22 - Oct 3, 2019
I interacted with so many people and I can't all remember their names. Everyone was very nice and helpful from Noriela, to each of the hotel crew and tour guides. We had an excellent time. I've been in many trips and the Buenos Aires, Mendoza, Iguazu falls and Rio is up there.
Thank you very much!