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
This relaxing road trip covers several provinces in South America's smallest country with overnights in friendly estancias (meals included). Pick up your car in Colonia, where you'll sample maté and have access to biking trails and vineyards. From here, head to Montevideo for a slice of urban life and then back to the countryside for several days of gauchos, horses, gorges, and exotic birds. Finish along a quiet stretch of Atlantic coast for some beachside hiking to complete the journey.
Trek through Kawésqar National Park in this 6-day tour of Patagonia, starting in the port city of Puerto Natales with a scenic boat ride across the channel and up the fjord, where you'll view wildlife and ice calving glaciers. Your trek creates a circuit through several fjords, glaciers, and forests, with hikes up to alpine lagoons, preglacial lakes, and atop passes, such as the Indian Pass that was used by a local tribe for nearly 6,000 years. Explore glaciers up close while sleeping soundly under the stars in sturdy tents or on the water in houseboats.
Stay deep in the Amazon rainforest of Peru to experience the sights, sounds, and sensations of the world's most diverse ecosystem, which contains at least 10% of the world's known biodiversity. Walk along the treetops of the rainforest, sail around the mirrored Sandoval Lake, take a nighttime walk to encounter nocturnal animals, and more on this 4-day itinerary.
Explore the beautiful Aysén Region of Chilean Patagonia on this thrilling 4-day adventure. You will be staying in Puyuhuapi, where you will get access to incredible scenery that includes the Puyuhuapi Lake, fjords, glaciers, and forests. You can kayak through glacial channels and hike on mountain roads as you look for unique wildlife like sea lions and cougars. Back at your lodge, you will enjoy spa treatments, locally-grown food, and Chilean wine.
Connect with the incredible nature of Chile on this kayaking and camping adventure through Pumalín Douglas Tompkins National Park, the largest national park in South America. This pristine wilderness, which is home to a diverse array of flora, fauna, and Valdivian forests, extends from the heart of the Andes Mountains to the fjords of the Pacific Coast. Kayak through fjords, visit a sea lion colony, camp under the stars, and more on this six-day itinerary.Be aware that this itinerary includes about five hours of kayaking a day, so good physical condition is required to manage this intermediate level trip. The route can vary slightly due to currents, tide, and weather.
Few have the privilege of witnessing such a spectacle: the mythical south face of the Aconcagua Mountain. An imposing wall standing 9,843 feet (3000 m) high, there are huge glaciers and rocks that will leave even the most experienced climber breathless. This three-day trek of intermediate difficulty will let us get closer than ever before to the highest mountain in the Americas. Spend two nights in the “Confluencia” Base Camp, which is the route of many of the expeditions seeking to conquer the summit.
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!